In their chapter in Central Banking in a Post-Pandemic World our Post-doctoral Fellow David Karas and Pinar E. Donmez explain “the consolidation of inflationary and disinflationary monetary policies with differences in debt profiles, social blocs, and external financing conditions.”
Here you’ll find the book chapters written by DI researchers.
The lead researcher of our Democracy in History Workgroup, Balazs Trencsenyi focuses on the transformation of political languages in his chapter in The Routledge History Handbook of Central and Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century Volume 3: Intellectual Horizons.
The chapter in the Handbook of Feminist Governance by Andrea Krizsan, lead researcher of our Inequalities and Democracy Workgroup, and Conny Roggeband discusses the governance of violence against women in three parts.
“In times of high anxiety, uncertainty, and existential fears, people tend to embrace any – even false – promises of social and epistemic security,” our Research Affiliate Peter Kreko writes in his chapter in The Psychology of Insecurity.
“The erection of statues of Horthy demonstrates that a paradigm shift is taking place without recourse to original ideas and yet is nonetheless successfully reshaping memory discourse,” our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto writes in her chapter in Patriotic History and the (Re)Nationalization of Memory.
“How does a survivor of a genocide become a perpetrator of another genocide?” our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto asks in her chapter in Critical Approaches to Genocide - History, Politics and Aesthetics of 1915 (Routledge, 2023).
Despite a revival of interest in the study of African political parties, we still know too little about their organization and behavior, our Research Affiliate Matthijs Bogaards writes in his chapter in The Routledge Handbook of Political Parties.
Viktor Orban of Hungary and Jaroslaw Kaczynski of Poland are symbols of successful, long-standing populist leaders in power, our Research Affiliate Andras Szalai, Akos Kopper (ELTE) and Magdalena Gora (Jagiellonian University) write in their chapter in Populist Foreign Policy: Regional Perspectives of Populism in the International Scene.
In their chapter in The Routledge Handbook of Political Parties, our Senior Research Fellow Zsolt Enyedi and Fernando Casal Bertoa (University of Nottingham) introduce the central concepts of party system analysis.
The book, edited by Dimitry Kochenov, lead researcher of our Rule of Law Workgroup, and Kristin Surak (LSE), and published by Cambridge University Press, takes an interdisciplinary approach to unpacking investment migration.