Faculty Spotlight

New Article Co-Authored by Carsten Q. Schneider

September 7, 2023

New article titled Introducing the comparative study of electoral systems in Tunisia: populist attitudes, political preferences, and voting behavior , authored by Ameni Mehrez and co-authored by Carsten Q. Schneider, Levente Littvay, Youssef Meddeb & Bojan Todosijevic, was just published in the Mediterranea Politics Journal.

Zsolt Enyedi recipient of CEU Research Excellence Award 2023

June 21, 2023

Congratulations to Zsolt Enyedi for being awarded this year's CEU Research Excellence Award!

New Article by Matthijs Bogaards

June 12, 2023

What role does the state play in post-conflict societies? How do local communities see the state? What are the do's and don'ts in state-building? What should be the priorities, is there a sequence that is best? These are the questions at the heart of the new article by Matthijs Bogaards, who seeks answers with the help of the most influential theory of politics in divided societies.

Full article: Consociationalism and the State (tandfonline.com)


New Article by Daniel Bochsler

May 31, 2023

Which social groups are represented by their own parties, which ones not? In this new article, Daniel Bochsler (with Bernard Grofman & Miriam Hänni) investigates the institutional opportunities for group representation.

"Fit for parliament: a new index of electability, assessing the electoral success of group-based parties".

New Article by Robert Sata

May 30, 2023

A new research article by Robert Sata on Performing crisis to create your enemy: Europe vs. the EU in Hungarian populist discourse has just been published in Frontiers.

The article can be accessed HERE.