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DI researchers publish academic articles, books, book chapters, reports, working papers, etc. Here you'll find all of them. 

Dimitry Kochenov, Graham Butler: Independence of the Court of Justice of the European Union: Unchecked Member States Power after the Sharpston Affair

Questions have rarely arisen about the judicial independence of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), Dimitry Kochenov, lead researcher of our Rule of Law Workgroup and Graham Butler (Aarhus University) write in their article in European Law Journal.

Petra Bard, Dimitry Kochenov: War as a Pretext To Wave the Rule of Law Goodbye? The Case for an EU Constitutional Awakening

“The Russian aggression against Ukraine has also served as a pretext for putting aside internal discussions about the rule of law,” our researchers Petra Bard and Dimitry Kochenov write in their article in European Law Journal.

Petra Bard: In Courts We Trust, or Should We? Judicial Independence as the Precondition for the Effectiveness of EU Law

The “EU possesses an arsenal of tools to address dissuasively rule of law problems in the Member States,” our Research Affiliate Petra Bard argues in her article in European Law Journal.

Barbara Grabowska-Moroz, Dimitry Kochenov: The Loss of Face for Everyone Concerned

“Rule of law is not secured sufficiently, either in the EU or by the EU, causing all concerned to lose face,” Barbara Grabowska-Moroz and Dimitry Kochenov write in their book chapter published by Cambridge University Press.

Andrea Peto: Academic Freedom, Science, and Right-Wing Politics

In this book chapter, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto explores the relationship between academic freedom, science, and right-wing politics.

Beata Bako: Governing without Being in Power?: Controversial Promises for a New Transition to the Rule of Law in Hungary

In Hungary, “Fidesz cemented all significant rules, institutions and positions into the constitution and cardinal laws,” our Research Affiliate Beata Bako writes in her article in Heidelberg Journal of International Law.

Angela Kocze, Violetta Zentai, Jelena Jovanovic, Eniko Vincze (eds.): El movimiento de mujeres romaníes

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.

Zsuzsanna Árendás, Judit Durst, Noémi Katona, Vera Messing: The Limits of Trading Cultural Capital: Returning Migrant Children and Their Educational Trajectory in Hungary

“There is little qualitative research on the effects of emigration from Hungary in recent decades,” our Research Fellows Zsuzsanna Arendas and Vera Messing, and co-authors Judit Durst and Noemi Katona write in their article in Children and Youths' Migration in a Global Landscape.

Petra Bard, Nora Chronowski, Zoltan Fleck: Inventing Constitutional Identity in Hungary

“Hungary's public law history has few elements that are compatible with modern constitutional values,” our Research Affiliate Petra Bard and co-authors Nora Chronowski and Zoltan Fleck write in their paper, published in MTA Law Working Papers.

Zoltan Fleck, Nora Chronowski, Petra Bard: The Crisis of the Rule of Law, Democracy and Fundamental Rights in Hungary

“The EU is harboring a Member State which, through a method of abusive constitutionalism, is not a constitutional democracy anymore,” our Research Affiliate Petra Bard and co-authors Zoltan Fleck and Nora Chronowski write in their paper, published in MTA Law Working Papers.