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SPP professor Kahanec joins the editorial board of Economic Systems

February 23, 2021
SPP professor and Acting Dean Martin Kahanec joins the Editorial Board of the academic journal Economic Systems as of January 2021. 
Economic Systems is a refereed journal (IF=1.578) for the "analysis of causes and consequences of the significant institutional variety prevailing among all developed, developing, emerging, and transition economies, as well as attempts at and proposals for their reform." The journal is published by t

Evelyne Hübscher publishes co-authored paper in the British Journal of Political Science

January 19, 2021

SPP Associate Professor Evelyne Hübscher has co-authored  an article with Thomas Sattler and Markus Wagner on `Voter Responses to Fiscal Austerity'. The paper is currently open access on the web site of the British Journal of Political Science due to high altmetrics attention scores.

Fresh study by SPPs’ professor Fazekas: “Career bureaucrats are key safeguards of democracy”

January 19, 2021

New research on partisan procurement in the US Federal Government by CEU SPP’s Mihály Fazekas with Carl Dahlström (University of Gothenburg) and David Lewis (Vanderbilt University) has been published by one of the most prestigious Political Science journals.

CEU's Academic Support Committee awards three research grants to SPP faculty

January 15, 2021

The School of Public Policy is pleased to announce that CEU's Academic Support Committee has awarded three research grants to SPP faculty through its Research Support Scheme: 

Michael T. Dorsch: ‘History, Trust and Behavior during Covid-19: Case of Italy and Austria’ 

Assistant Professor Cameran Ashraf appointed as the head of human rights at the Wikimedia Foundation

January 15, 2021

The School of Public Policy is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Cameran Ashraf will start as the head of human rights at the Wikimedia Foundation (parent organization of Wikipedia) on January 18.