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Andrea Peto: The Illiberal Academic Authority. An Oxymoron?

“The emergence of illiberal science policy also raises serious questions about the European scientific authorization process,” our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto writes in her article published in History of Science and Humanities.

The article applies the theoretical framework of the polypore state to tackle the difficulty lies in understanding the rise of illiberal science policy in Hungary, as it is a twofold case study in both polypore government control/state capture, and neoliberal marketization of higher education.

Read the full article here.