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Messing and Ságvári Win Polányi Prize for Research on Democracy in Hungary

Democracy Institute researcher Vera Messing, together with former Center for Policy Studies researcher Bence Ságvári and Dávid Simon from ELTE received the prestigious Polányi Prize this year for their publication entitled “Methodological Challenges in Cross-comparative Surveys: The Case of Understanding Attitudes towards Democracy in Hungary.”

The Polányi Prize is awarded to the best scholarly publication of the year by the Hungarian Sociological Association, an independent scientific organization which involves all trends and schools of Hungarian sociology alongside with the students of sociology and those professors and social scientists who apply the science of sociology, its principles and methods, during their work.

You may read the award-winning article here.

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