Evelyne Hübscher publishes paper on voter responses to fiscal austerity in the British Journal of Political Science

September 16, 2020

A new publication by SPP faculty Evelyne Hübscher (together with Thomas Sattler and Markus Wagner) assessing voter responses to fiscal austerity has just come out in the "British Journal of Political Science" . Using data from survey experiments the paper shows that a government's re-election chances greatly decrease if it proposes austerity measures.

Florian Weiler joins SPP as Assistant Professor

September 7, 2020

Florian Weiler joined CEU’s School of Public Policy as Assistant Professor as of September 1, he is responsible for applied learning including the Appled Policy Project.  Before coming to CEU he was Assistant Professor for Political Economy at the University of Groningen, Campus Fryslan. Florian holds a PhD from ETH Zurich, where he worked on the global political economy of climate change to earn his dissertation, which he defended in 2013.

Marie-Pierre Granger co-edits the Research Handbook on the Politics of EU law

September 7, 2020

SPP faculty Marie-Pierre Granger co-edited with Paul James Cardwell (Strathclyde University) the Research Handbook on the Politics of EU law (Edward Elgar, July 2020). The book's contributions analyse the interplay between the law and politics of the EU and examine the role of law and legal actors in European integration.

Professor Martin Kahanec appointed as SPP Acting Dean

September 1, 2020

SPP welcomes Professor Martin Kahanec as the Acting Dean of SPP for a one-year term as of August 1st, 2020. He takes over the role from Professor Diane Stone

Diane Stone co-authors an article in 'Policy and Society'

August 17, 2020

Diane Stone, former SPP Dean co-authors an article with Osmany Porto de Oliveira and Lesley A. Pal "Transnational policy transfer: the circulation of ideas, power and development models" in Policy and Society39(1), 2020, pps. 1-18.