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

Marek Hojsik, Georgeta Munteanu and Violetta Zentai (eds.): From the Shadow to the Limelight: The Value of Civil Society Policy Monitoring Knowledge in Roma Equality Struggles

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.

Daniel Kovarek, Levente Littvay: Greater Than the Sum of Its Part(ie)s: Opposition Comeback in the 2019 Hungarian Local Elections

“In October 2019, Hungary has seen its most competitive election for a decade”, Levente Littvay, Research Affiliate of our De-/Re-Democratization Workgroup and Daniel Kovarek (CEU Doctoral School of Political Science) write in their article in East European Politics.

Zsolt Enyedi, Fernando Casal Bertoa: The Future Is Not What It Used to Be: The Failure of Bipolarisation

“Arguably, the most fundamental question one can ask about a party system is whether it is bipolar or not,” Zsolt Enyedi, Lead Researcher of our De-/Re-Democratization Workgroup and Fernando Casal Bertoa (University of Nottingham) write in their article in Irish Political Studies.

Renata Uitz: Hungary’s 2022 Elections: Prospects for Political and Constitutional Change

“An upcoming referendum in Hungary, coinciding with national elections, will test the popular support of Prime Minister Viktor Orban,” our Co-Director Renata Uitz writes in her article on ConstitutionNet.

Andrea Peto: The Illiberal Polypore State and its Science Policy

By analyzing illiberal science policy, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto presents “a new theoretical framework which can be applied to other policy fields” in her chapter in The Many Faces of the Far Right in the Post-Communist Space – A Comparative Study of Far-Right Movements and Identity in the Region.

Marius Dragomir: Why Is Iran Shaking up Its Media?

A major reform of Iran’s media is underway, but the strategy is a mess, Marius Dragomir, Director of our Center for Media, Data and Society writes in his article on MediaPowerMonitor.

Zsolt Enyedi: Orban’s Great Power Politics

“The specific statements he made on Ukraine, Brussels, Berlin and on the Balkans should be interpreted not as campaign slogans but as indications of how Orban actually sees the world,” Zsolt Enyedi, lead researcher of our De-/Re-Democratization Workgroup writes in his post on LSE’s EUROPP blog.

Laurent Pech, Petra Bard: The Commission's Rule of Law Report and the EU Monitoring and Enforcement of Article 2 TEU Values

The European Commission “should be mindful of deliberate attempts to deceive” its Annual Rule of Law Report by those “engaged in the systemic dismantlement of checks and balances and their proxies,” our researchers Laurent Pech and Petra Bard write in their study requested by the European Parliament's LIBE and AFCO Committees.

Andrea Peto: “Bitter Experiences” Reconsidered: Paradigm Change in Holocaust Memorialization

A major paradigm change is happening in Holocaust memorialization that will have a major impact on European identity, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto writes in her chapter in Practices of Memory and Knowledge Production.

Robert Nemeth (ed.): Hungarian Capital in Foreign Media: Three Strategic Models of Influencing the Neighborhood

In collaboration with our Center for Media, Data and Society, the International Press Institute (IPI) published a new report on the investment of Hungarian capital in foreign media and the implications for the spread of Viktor Orban’s “illiberal” model of media control.