Leading the way in domestic political science: the Institute for Political Science has achieved outstanding publication performance in international journals between 2019 and 2022
About our Institute
The primary objective of the Institute for Political Science of the Centre for Social Sciences (CSS) is to conduct basic research in political science. Researchers at the Institute conduct both theoretical and empirical research, and the results are disseminated to both the academic and general public at scientific and professional forums.
New paper by Gergő Medve-Bálint and Andrea Éltető 'Economic nationalists, regional investment aid, and the stability of FDI-led growth in East Central Europe' has been published in the Journal of European Public Policy.
The plaque was given by the President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for our colleague's outstanding scientific performance.
Our research professor has been appointed as Chair of the Board of European Association for Public Administration Accreditation (EAPAA).
New paper by Ana Stojilovska 'Fostering a democratic and socially just energy transition: How do Ombudspersons in Europe frame energy poverty?' has been published in the journal Energy Research & Social Science.
New journal article by András Bíró-Nagy and Áron Szászi ’Perceptions of the European Union’s Policy Impact: Europeanisation of Public Attitudes in Hungary’ has been published in East European Politics and Societies.
Rudolf Metz's article with Veronika Kövesdi on political sectarianism is published in Politics, Religion & Ideology.
New paper by Zsolt Boda “Shrinking space: the changing political opportunities of advocacy groups in illiberal governance” has been published in the journal European Politics and Society.
New paper by Áron Buzogány “EU Renewable Energy Governance and the Ukraine War: Moving Ahead Through Strategic Flexibility?” has been published in the journal Politics and Governance.
The prize is given by HUN-REN (Hungarian Research Network) to young researchers with outstanding scientific performance.
New paper by Tibor Valuch ’The changing world of labour in Hungary and Central and Eastern Europe before and after the 1989/90 transition’ has been published in the Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe.