The online roundtable organized by CEU Democracy Institute sought answers to questions like how democracy can serve voters rather than elites when corruption is systemic, or how democratic institutions can be maintained in the face of opposition from corrupt elites.
It is the different levels of plurality that characterizes California and Hungary, Lieutenant Governor of California Eleni Kounalakis, former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary said in a conversation with Michael Ignatieff, President and Rector of CEU.
Matthijs Rooduijn introduces and discusses his co-authored project, which classifies (amongst others) radical and populist parties on the left and the right. He shows us around the website and explain how we can use the data.
Co-organized with re:constitution and RECONNECT, the first public event of CEU Democracy Institute’s Rule of Law Working Group allowed key DI experts engaged with the case-law to outline the bigger picture, while focusing on crucial details.
Steven Van Hauwaert talks to Maurits Meijers about his collaborative project with Andrej Zaslove, where they map and measure parties' populism.
The online roundtable organized by the CEU Democracy Institute aimed to seek a possible outcome of the current political upheaval in Myanmar.
Levente Littvay has a conversation with Alex Wuttke about his 2020 APSR article "When the whole is greater than the sum of its parts: On the conceptualization and measurement of populist attitudes and other multidimensional constructs" (w/ Christian Schimpf and Harold Schoen).
Levente Littvay has a conversation with Bruno Castanho Silva about the development of their Populism Scale and PRQ article "An Empirical Comparison of Seven Populist Attitudes Scales" (2020).
Our Senior Research Fellow Balint Magyar and Junior Research Fellow Balint Madlovics presented their book at Stanford University.