Covid 19-related CEU Senate Decisions, Policies and Communications
Dear All, please look to these documents related to COVID 19 communications and decisions by CEU if need be.
SPP is here to support our faculty, staff, students and alumni. OneCEU site has a collection of Rector updates for the community, along with separate communications from the Provost, Dean of Students, on issues such as working from home, guidance to supervisors re work obligations of parents. CEU document repository is where you can find COVID 19 academic decisions, such as grading and extensions, the PhD measures, and cost reimbursement for academics.


On Wednesday, October 7, the project team led by Assistant Professor Mihály Fazekas of the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations with Johannes Wachs, PhD graduate of CEU's Department of Network and Data Science took first place in the IMF's Anti-Corruption Challen

Since February 2019, the Borderless Knowledge Lecture Series has featured CEU faculty, leading Hungarian experts and well-known public figures discussing recent scientific findings and their direct impact on contemporary life. The last installment, broadcast in English earlier this summer, focused on social research conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

SPP assistant professor Mihály Fazekas presented at the Geneva Trade Week at the panel on Revitalizing the WTO Monitoring Function: Lessons from other Policy Domains. Together with WTO deputy director general Alan Wolff and IMF ex-deputy managing director Anne Krueger, he put forward proposals on how the global transparency movement has transformed our understanding of trade policy monitoring.

On Monday, September 21, SPP Dean Martin Kahanec opened the 2020/21 Academic Year at the Vienna campus of CEU.

SPP welcomes its incoming and returning students in four MA programs as well as the Public Policy track of its doctoral program within the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations.

SPP Professors Cristina Corduneanu-Huci and Michael Dorsch have publised a paper from their ongoing research project on the political economy of policy evaluation in the Journal of Comparative Economics.  In their article, "The politics of experimentation: Political competition and randomized controlled trials," Corduneanu-Huci and Dorsch critically examine the incidence of Randomized Controlled Trials from a political economy perspective. Their theoretical hypotheses and empirical results suggest that when and where RCTs happen depends on local politics.

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