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Whither Poland? After the 2019 parliamentary elections

A blog post authored by CPS researcher Michael Zeller has been published recently on openDemocracy about the parliamentary elections in Poland.

"The 2020 Presidential election will be the first indicator of how the Polish electorate is responding to the work of the second PiS government."

Did the Hungarian local elections break polarisation and extremism?

A blog post authored by CPS researcher Zsuzsanna Vidra was published on openDemocracy last week with the subtitle 'Hungary’s recent elections mark a breakthrough: the paralysing myth of Fidesz’s invincibility has been shattered.'

444.hu reports about the Bridge to Business project results and experiences

The article 'My name is not Orsós and it's not visible that I am Roma, still I was afraid of having a panic attack when on a job interview' (Nem vagyok Orsós, és nem látszik, hogy cigány vagyok, de féltem, bepánikolok egy állásinterjún) published by 444.hu summarizes the Bridge to Business project's research results and the job seeking experiences and difficulties that young Roma have to face in Hungary.

Hungarian Free Press reviews our recent paper on participatory governance by populist governments

June 25, 2019
CEU Center for Policy Studies researchers Sara Svensson's and Agnes Batory's recent paper “The use and abuse of participatory governance by populist governments" is reviewed by Hungarian Free Press: "The authors inject a dose of healthy skepticism into the debate about consultations to show that there are circumstances in which public consultations will achieve anything but greater legitimacy and

Cartwright commented on new family policy in Hungary

February 20, 2019

What are our experts' opinions on the new Hungarian policy to pay for cars, mortgages and wave income tax for big families? CEU Center for Policy Studies researcher Andrew Cartwright commented on the planned policy interventions for Euronews. 

Read the article 'Hungary offers to pay for cars, mortages and tax bills for big families' on the Euronews site.