Publications

Messing, Vera; Ságvári, Bence

Looking behind the culture of fear

Cross-national analysis of attitudes towards migration
Budapest, 2018

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Bíró-Nagy, András; Györi, Gábor; Sebök, Miklos

Hungarian politics in 2017

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Policy Solutions ; editor: András Bíró-Nagy ; main author: Gábor Györi ; contributing authors: András Bíró-Nagy, Miklós Sebök. - Budapest : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Policy Solutions, 2018<
Budapest, 2018

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Falter, Matthias; Stern, Verena

Fall elections in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic and their impact on European migration policies

Matthias Falter, Verena Stern. - Budapest : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Regional Project "Flight, Migration, Integration in Europe", [2018]<
Budapest, 2018

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Krekó, Péter

Rethinking the Far Right in Hungary

Defeating Orbán is impossible without Jobbik's votes
Budapest, 2018

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Lendvai, Ildikó

Why should the left-wing opposition in Hungary not work together with the far-right jobbik party?

Ildikó Lendvai. - Budapest : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Budapest Office, December 2017<
Budapest, 2018

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The future of the European Union

Feminist perspectives from East-Central Europe
Budapest, 2018

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Hill, Steven

A kaliforniai kihívás

Hogyan (ne) szabályozzuk a diszruptív vállalati modelleket
Budapest, 2018

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Marsovszky, Magdalena

Entliberalisierung des Demos und die Neuordnung Europas

Warum eine Kooperation der Oppositionsparteien in Ungarn mit Jobbik demokratiefeindliche Tendenzen legitimieren würde
Budapest, 2017

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Guga, Simina

Insights from Romania

Is the Black Sea a relevant migration route?
Budapest, 2017

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Guga, Simina

Einblicke aus Rumänien

Ist das Schwarze Meer eine relevante Migrationsroute?
Budapest, 2017

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