Tibor Valuch's new book entitled "Everyday Life under Communism and After Lifestyle and Consumption in Hungary, 1945–2000" has been published by CEU Press.
Rudolf Metz’s new article entitled 'The missing link: Studying political leadership from the followers’ perspective' has been published in Politics.
Hungarian Comparative Agendas Project's new book entitled Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary (eds. Miklós Sebők and Zsolt Boda) has been published by Palgrave Macmillan.
New publication: how Orbán won? Neoliberal disenchantment and the grand strategy of financial nationalism to reconstruct capitalism and regain autonomy (eds. Miklós Sebők, Jasper Simons)
Miklós Sebők and Jasper Simons’ new article entitled ’How Orbán won? Neoliberal disenchantment and the grand strategy of financial nationalism to reconstruct capitalism and regain autonomy’ has been published in Oxford University Press.
New publication: Does partisan polarisation predict economic growth? Evidence from 27 European countries
New publication by Veronika Patkós. Several scholars have suggested that political dividedness has harmful effects on economic performance. Interestingly, empirical tests tackling this argument are almost entirely absent.
David Wineroither and Rudolf Metz's article entitled “A Tale of Odds and Ratios: Political Preference Formation in Postindustrial Democracies" has been published in Politische Vierteljahresschrift
Eszter Farkas's article entitled “Discussing immigration in an illiberal media environment: Hungarian political scientists about the migration crisis in online public discourses" has been published in European Political Science.
Márton Bene article entitled “Who reaps the benefits? A cross-country investigation of the absolute and relative normalization and equalization theses in the 2019 European Parliament elections" has been published in New Media & Society.
Márton Bene and Gabriella Szabó’s article entitled “Discovered and Undiscovered Fields of Digital Politics: Mapping Online Political Communication and Online News Media Literature in Hungary’ has been published in Intersections.
We are happy to present the winners of the Publication Scholarship Prize 2021: Ágnes Virág (Eszterházy Károly University) with the manuscript ‘Emotional Parliamentary Lions: Evaluative Metonymy Complexes in Editorial Cartoons” (supervisor: Márton Bene) and Szabolcs Hadászi (Corvinus University) on the topic ‘The relationship between voting and trust in Hungary’ (supervisor: Zsolt Boda).