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

David Karas, Pinar E. Donmez: Crises of Authoritarian Financialization: Monetary Policy in Hungary and Türkiye in the Polycrisis

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.”

Gabor Simonovits, Alexander Bor: Stability and Change in the Opinion–Policy Relationship: Evidence From Minimum Wage Laws

In their article in Research & Politics, Gabor Simonovits and our Post-Doctoral Fellow Alexander Bor replicate and extend a recent study to assess how policy bias evolves in time.

Balazs Vedres, Orsolya Vasarhelyi: Inclusion Unlocks the Creative Potential of Gender Diversity in Teams

“Gender diversity requires inclusion as well to see increased collective creativity,” our Senior Research Fellow Balazs Vedres and Post-doctoral Fellow Orsolya Vasarhelyi argue in Nature Scientific Reports.

Balazs Trencsenyi: Thinking Dangerously: Political Thought in Twentieth-Century East Central Europe

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.

Laura Rahm: Policy Transfer in Global Programs: A Comparative Analysis of Select Countries in Asia and the Caucasus

“Global programs are crucial actors in transnational policy transfer but understudied in literature,” our Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow Laura Rahm writes in her article in the Special Issue of Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice.

Andrea Krizsan, Conny Roggeband: Feminist Governance in the Field of Violence Against Women: The Case of the Istanbul Convention

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.

Andreas Schedler: Rethinking Political Polarization

When played among ‘democratic enemies,’ democracy stops being ‘the only game in town,’” Andreas Schedler, lead researcher of our De- and Re-Democratization Workgroup writes in his article in Political Science Quarterly.

Barbara Grabowska-Moroz: What Can Non-Governmental Organizations Do Within EU Procedures for Safeguarding the Rule of Law?

“The process of erosion of democracy and the rule of law […] has led to the involvement of the EU institutions in the process of protecting the values on which the EU […] is built,” our Post-doctoral Fellow Barbara Grabowska-Moroz writes in the Wiktor Osiatynski Archive’s special report Unleashing the Power of EU Law.

Edit Zgut-Przybylska: Orbán’s Informal Power: The EU’s Growing Assertiveness and Overlooking of Media Capture

“One of the absolute conditions of any type of democracy is that political power is not possessed and monopolized by one individual or a group,” our re:constitution Fellow Edit Zgut-Przybylska writes in the Wiktor Osiatynski Archive’s special report Unleashing the Power of EU Law.

Peter Kreko: Escape From Uncertainty

“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.