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PERG student co-chair Akos Mate published a book review.

PERG student co-chair Akos Mate published a book review

"Inequalities During and After Transition in Central and Eastern Europe"

in Europe-Asia Studies.

Access it here.

 

 

 

New research by Profs Kemmerling and Bodenstein, congratulations!

Thilo Bodenstein and Achim Kemmerling published new research in the Development Policy Review. Access it here.

 

The European Union as a Collective Actor: Aid and Trade in African Public Opinion

Congratulations to Imre Gergely Szabo for successfully defending his dissertation

We congratulate our colleague Imre Gergely Szabo for successfully defending his dissertation

 

"Serving the Public, Fighting against the State - Labor Unrest in the Public Sector across the EU"

 

DISSERTATION COMMITTEE:

Bela Greskovits (supervisor, CEU)

Achim Kemmerling (CEU)

Niamh Hardiman (UCD SPIRe and UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy)

Carsten Schneider (chair, CEU)

 

Date and time: 21 Ocober, 2016, 10:30 am

 

“The Invisible Hand of the Indicator: How Economic Numbers Shape Our Politics and Lives – and What to Do about it?”

Political Economy Research Group Opening Guest Lecture on October 10th 2016

presented by Prof. Daniel MÜGGE

 

Event summary

PERG seminar 8/6: The global diffusion of inequality: US multinationals as exporters of the ‘winner-take-all-economy’

The global diffusion of inequality: US multinationals as exporters of the ‘winner-take-all-economy’

By Renira Angeles (CEU), Jonathan Hopkin (LSE) and Lukas Linsi (LSE)

PERG seminar today: Entrepreneurship and migration outside the West: Mapping Post-Soviet Immigrants’ Entrepreneurship in Hungary, by Sanja Tepavcevic

Entrepreneurship and migration outside the West: Mapping Post-Soviet Immigrants’ Entrepreneurship in Hungary


by Sanja Tepavcevic (CEU/SPP)

Zbigniew Truchlewski of PERG successfully defended his dissertation!

We congratulate our colleague Zbigniew Truchlewski for successfully defending his dissertation

"The Social Sources of Austerity - The Politics of Fiscal Consolidations in the UK and France, 1978-2014"

 


New texts by Sanja Tepavcevic out now

New publications by PERG member Sanja Tepavcevic:

Tepavcevic, Sanja. 2015. Loren Graham: Lonely Ideas - Can Russia Compete?, Cambridge, Massahusetts: The MIT Press 2013. Book Review. JEEMS vol 20. no. 2, pp. 255-258.

some highlights from 2014-2015 academic year

pictures from public lectures and the political economy doctoral workshop (thanks to Dorothee Bohle and Stefan Roch for the pictures, some of them are phone pictures taken from various ppl)

https://picasaweb.google.com/116467245852971794979/PERG20142015AcademicYear