Zoltan Miklosi, assistant professor in CEU's Political Science Department, says Hungary's anti-migrant policy does not make political sense in the long run, in a piece by National Public Radio (NPR).
Hungarian weekly Elet es Irodalom interviewed Professor Laszlo Bruszt from CEU’s Department of Political Science and former CEU Pro-Rector about the European Single Market’s past, present and possible future.
Due to copyright regulations the article is available in the weekly Elet es Irodalom (August 7, 2015. pp.7-8. Gazdasagi nacionalizmus versus kozos piac)
http://www.penzugyiszemle.hu/tanulmanyok-eloadasok/egyre-tobbet-dolgoznak-a-fejlett-gazdasagokban - Hungarian news portal penzugyiszemle.hu reports: Anna Burger PhD student at CEU’s Department of Political Science analyzes in her research the trends and root causes of extreme working hours in developed countries. The research points out that between 1970 and 2010 working overtime increased greatly, especially among males and well-educated employees.
http://mandiner.hu/cikk/20150803_burai_erna_hatartalan_lehetosegek - Hungarian news portal mandiner.hu draws attention to an interview with Erna Burai, PhD student at CEU’s Department of Political Science published at http://tehetseg.hu/interjuk/hatartalan-lehetosegek?utm_source=mandiner&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=mandiner_201508.
Exceptional master's and doctoral students were recognized in June for their academic achievements with awards presented on June 18. Scroll down for the slide show of photos of the ceremony.
http://index.hu/kulfold/2015/06/26/az_egesz_egyesult_allamok_felbojdult_a_konfoderacios_zaszlo_miatt/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: Levente Littvay, associate professor at CEU’s Department of Political Science provided social and historical background to the recent debate in the United States over the display of the confederate flag.
CEU alumnus Ivan Lesay (POLS ’06) was recently appointed State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic. He replaces Vazila Hudak, who became the country’s economic minister.
In his new position Jeff Le (POLS ’07) will help with the daily running of California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.’s Cabinet. Le, who earned an MA in political science at CEU in 2007, was appointed on June 5.