The new volume of our Research Affiliate, Filip Milacic, entitled Stateness and Democratic Consolidation – Lessons from Former Yugoslavia, comprehensively analyzes nation-building and democratization of the former Yugoslav republics.
Here you’ll find all the books written or edited by DI researchers.
The book, co-edited by Violetta Zentai, Lead Researcher of our Inequalities and Democracy Workgroup, is a unique attempt to narrate political struggles and movements through Romani women’s lens. Now its first translation is also available, in Spanish.
The new book of our Research Affiliate Peter Rado offers an overview of the public education system reform launched in 2010 and the education policy of the period that followed.
The volume, edited by our Senior Research Fellow Martin Krygier, Adam Czarnota (University of New South Wales) and Wojciech Sadurski (University of Sydney), and published by Cambridge University Press, brings together scholars from law, political science, and philosophy.
The volume provides critical reflections on contemporary practices of civil society monitoring of policy formation and implementation in the field of Roma equality across Europe.
The open access book, a first attempt at describing key elements of the gender regime of illiberal rule, explores the social — not merely the political — consequences of illiberalism.
We are happy to announce that the Routledge Handbook of Illiberalism, edited by our Senior Research Fellow Andras Sajo, Research Affiliate Renata Uitz and Stephen Holmes (New York University) has been published.
We are happy the announce that the volume edited by Maria Tsouroufli (Brunel University, London) and our Research Fellow Dorottya Redai has been published by Palgrave.
Our senior research fellows, Dimitry Kochenov and Laurent Pech unveil a profound change of the EU as a constitutional system in their case-book published by the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS).
This volume edited by our Research Fellow, Peter Rado, includes three summary studies about the first findings of our “Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context” project and has been published by the CEU Democracy Institute.