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

Balint Madlovics, Balint Magyar: Ukrainian Regime Cycles and the Russian Invasion

“The Russian aggression in Ukraine in February 2022 highlighted the urgency of updating general assumptions about the post-communist region,” our Junior Research Fellow Balint Madlovics and Senior Research Fellow Balint Magyar write in their CEU DI Working Paper.

Barbara Grabowska-Moroz: Judicial Dialogue About Judicial Independence in Terms of Rule of Law Backsliding

The latest CEU DI Working Paper by our Post-doctoral Fellow Barbara Grabowska-Moroz discusses the recent ruling of the Court of Justice of the EU in the Getin Noble Bank case.

Dimitry Kochenov, Kristin Surak (eds.): Citizenship and Residence Sales

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.

Tomasz Inglot, Dorottya Szikra, Cristina Rat: Mothers, Families, or Children?

Mothers, Families, or Children? by our Research Fellow Dorottya Szikra, Tomasz Inglot and Cristina Rat is the first comparative-historical study of family policies in Poland, Hungary, and Romania from 1945 until the eve of the global pandemic in 2020.

Laurent Pech: The European Court of Justice’s Jurisdiction Over National Judiciary Related Measures

The study of our Senior Research Fellow Laurent Pech, requested by the EP’s AFCO Committee, focuses on the scope of the Court of Justice of the EU’s jurisdiction over national measures relating to the organization of national judiciaries.

Dimitry Kochenov: Dialogical Rule of Law in the Hands of the Court of Justice: Analysis and Critique

In his new CEU DI Working Paper Dimitry Kochenov, lead researcher of our Rule of Law Workgroup argues that “the Court of Justice deploys the Rule of Law to pre-empt necessary dialogue and to disqualify substantive arguments of principle originating in other legal orders.”

Zsuzsanna Arendas, Agnieszka Trabka, Vera Messing, Marta Jadviga Pietrusinska, Dominika Winogrodzka: Agency of Migrant Youth in Hostile Sociopolitical Environments: Case Studies from Central Eastern Europe

“The structural constraints imposed by hostile states’ anti-immigration and anti-integration attitudes significantly limit migrants’ options for coping with everyday life,” our researchers, Zsuzsanna Arendas and Vera Messing, and their co-authors write in their article in Social Sciences.

Jonathan Becker: What Civic Engagement Is… And Is Not

This new CEU DI Working Paper by Jonathan Becker, Professor of Political Studies and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Bard College, and the founder and Director of Bard’s Center for Civic Engagement, interrogates the meaning of civic engagement, “an oft-used but rarely defined term.”

Balint Madlovics, Balint Magyar: Towards a Set of Indices for Relational Economy on the Example of Hungary

“While informal relations between economic and political actors are prevalent in post-communist economies, proper tools for their quantitative measurement are lacking,” our researchers, Balint Madlovics and Balint Magyar write in their article in Acta Oeconomica.

Martin Krygier: The Ideal of the Rule of Law and Private Power

In his new CEU DI Working Paper our Senior Research Fellow Martin Krygier argues for the inclusion of private power as integral to the ideal of the rule of law.