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Brexit and the V4

Mapping the interests of the V4 countries towards Brexit and post-Brexit Europe, and identify similarities in the views of the four countries where they can work together.

SCRIBE21

The SCRIBE21 cluster aims at creating new partnerships between European (French, Hungarian, Italian) and Australian universities.  

H2020 FATIGUE

WHAT IS H2020 FATIGUE? FATIGUE is the project of six universities, aiming to explain and interpret the transition fatigue of post-Communist societies.

HERMES

HERMES is a strategic alliance of 26 leading education institutions in 15 countries. Its ambition is to offer dual degree programs in Management on all academic levels.

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Research Paper Guide: About

Dear Readers,   We would like to start the operation of our Writing Centre by providing you brief but meaningful and practical guides on preparing a research paper. Preparing a research paper does not have to necessarily mean that you are a researcher or want to be! But it can definitely mean that you would […]
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Book presentation with Albert-László Barabási (in Hungarian)

MEGHÍVÓ a Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem Társadalmi Jövőképesség Kutatóközpontja és Világgazdasági Intézete szeretettel meghívja Önt Barabási Albert-László – „A képlet” c. könyvének bemutatójára és az azt követő pódiumbeszélgetésre Moderátor: Csák János – címzetes egyetemi tanár A pódiumbeszélgetés résztvevői: Barabási Albert-László – világhírű hálózatkutató Dr. Kemény Dénes – a világ legsikeresebb vízilabdaedzője Részegh Botond – képzőművész, galériavezető […]
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POPREBEL- new consortium awarded Horizon 2020 grant

Institute of World Economy is the part of the UCL-led consortium which has won a large Horizon 2020 three-year research project entitled ‘Populist rebellion against modernity in 21st-century Eastern Europe: neo-traditionalism and neo-feudalism’ (POPREBEL). This is the second largest project on the rise of populism in Central and Eastern Europe that the consortium led by UCL […]
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