It is a great honour to publish a volume of academic essays to celebrate György Schöpflin’s contribution to our intellectual wellbeing (using the date of his birthday is simply a pretext).
A new article with the contribution of Zsolt Kosztyán was released in Magyar Tudomány.
Anikó Magasházi: Singapore globally entangled. Institute of Advanced Studies, 2019. 267 p.
The Visegrad Europe journal has several articles from our researchers in issue 3-4./2019.
A new article by György Csepeli was released in Visegrad Europe.
Pál Kerekes: On the threshold of rehumanization of knowledge repositories (Tudományos és Műszaki tájékoztatás, 2020.)
György Csepeli: Human 2.0. Kossuth Publishing – Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg, 2020. 272 p.
Should Central Europe abandon essential components of its identity in order to conform to Western Europe, so that the fate of Europe could be turned in a “good direction,” or is it possible that a deeper integration of the two macro-regions will emerge, where the two, Western and Central parts of equal rank unite to create a genuinely and deeply integrated Europe?
This volume is a compilation of some of the keynote speeches and lectures that were delivered at the Fourth European Blue Sky Conference.
The new iASK volume can be downloaded for free!
The book is available in Hungarian.
The recently published book is available in Hungarian.
A new article with a contribution of Attila Pók was released.
The summer issue of the quarterly journal of the Faculty of Economics of Széchenyi István University in Győr carries an article on how the Asian island nation of Singapore had coped with the first phase of the coronavirus crisis.