A new article was written by Ádám Kun (ELTE, Parmenides Foundation, former iASK Researcher). was published on the website of the MDPI.
László Kulcsár iASK research fellow and László Bodrogai’s new study was released in Prosperitas.
A new article by László Kulcsár was released.
A new article by Dragana Kovačević Bielicki was released.
A new article with the contribution of Zsolt Kosztyán and Ildikó Neumanné Virág was released.
Post-Soviet Russian-speaking Migration, Investment, Entrepreneurship in Eastern and Central Europe (on the Example of Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic)
A new article with the contribution of Sanja Tepavcevic was released.
The aim of the study, authored by iASK research fellow Dr. Mariann Szabó and Pannonia University researcher Dr. Zsuzsa Banász was to highlight the factors influencing the attachment of inhabitants to the towns in the test area ‘Murafölde’, a Hungarian micro‐region.
A new article was released in Civil Szemle written by prof. Ferenc Miszlivetz.
A brand new article was released in Journal of Global Policies and Governance written by the iASK director, prof. Ferenc Miszlivetz.
The published article on www.ligetmuhely.com – written by László Z. Karvalics – is available only in Hungarian!
This content is available only in Hungarian!
Negotiating Identity: Micro Politics of Mixing Apples and Pears in the High School of Jajce, Written by Igor Stipic (iASK)
This article, combining insights from political anthropology, identity studies and sociology, attempts to reinterpret symbolism of the student struggle by contextualizing its development inside of Jajce and BiH itself.
The emergence of genetics from Festetics’ sheep through Mendel’s peas to Bateson’s chickens by Péter Poczai at Journal of Genetics
In its evolution towards genetics as a well-established scientific field in its own right, the history of ‘heredity’ has many plots and characters.
Europe’s strengths, weaknesses, structures and spats seem trivial in the face of global climate change. Why this isn’t the primary focus of every research programme throughout Europe, and globally, is baffling to us.
His writing’s key question is very simple: What will happen, if the anger of the people is stronger than fear?