Agnes Batory

Professor of Public Policy
Mundus MAPP Director
Oktober 6 u. 7
+ 36 1 327-3098

Agnes Batory is a Professor at CEU’s School of Public Policy and a Research Fellow of the Center for Policy Studies. She is Director of the Erasmus Mundus Masters Program in Public Policy (Mundus MAPP), a joint program delivered by four European universities and funded by the European Commission. She holds a PhD from Cambridge University. Her research interests include corruption and corruption control, party politics, and a number of sectoral policies and institutional aspects of EU governance. She is author of The politics of EU accession and her articles appeared, among others, in Governance; the Journal of Common Market Studies; the Journal of European Public Policy; Public Administration;  Democratization  and the European Journal of Political Research. She currently contributes to two Horizon2020 projects; one dealing with the EU's Transboundary Crisis Management Capacities (TransCrisis) and another with the Impact of Cohesion Policy on EU Identification (Cohesify).

You can read Agnes' recent academic publications on the rule of law in the EU (open access) and on populism here; see also recent comment on current affairs.

Academic Degrees

Ph.D., Cambridge University, UK
M.Phil (International Relations), Cambridge University, UK
MA in International Relations and European Studies, CEU
LLB/LLM, ELTE, Budapest