Társadalomtudományi Kutatóközpont kiemelt publikációk

2021. 2. félév
  • Balázs Zoltán: Constraining Government. “Lexington Books. Lanham; New York; London: Rowman and Littlefield, 2021.
  • Balázs Zoltán: The Sovereign’s Beatitude. Political Theory 4 (2021): 1-21. Q1
  • Balogh Karolina, Huszár Ákos, Győri Ágnes: Differences in the Domestic Energy Consumption in Hungary: Trends between 2006–2017. Energies folyóirat, 2021. október. 3,004. Q2
  • Bene Márton, Simon Kruschinski: In varietate concordia?! Political parties’ digital political marketing in the 2019 European Parliament election campaign. European Union Politics, Online first, 1-23. 3,391. Q1
  • Bene Márton, Simon Kruschinski: Political Advertising on Facebook. Jörg, Haßler; Melanie, Magin; Uta, Russmann; Vicente, Fenoll (szerk.) Campaigning on Facebook in the 2019 European Parliament Election: Informing, Interacting with, and Mobilising Voters London, Egyesült Királyság: Palgrave Macmillan, Cham (2021) 331 p. pp. 283-299. Paper: Chapter 18 , 17 p.
  • Bene Márton, Farkas Xénia, Burai Krisztina: Same Strategy, but Different Content. Hungarian Parties’ Facebook Campaign During the 2019 EP Election. Jörg, Haßler; Melanie, Magin; Uta, Russmann; Vicente, Fenoll (szerk.) Campaigning on Facebook in the 2019 European Parliament Election: Informing, Interacting with, and Mobilising Voters London, Egyesült Királyság / Anglia : Palgrave Macmillan, Cham (2021) 331 p. pp. 119-134. Paper: Chapter 8, 16 p.
  • Benedek István, Arató Krisztina: Are democratic backsliding and staying out of the Eurozone interconnected? In: Arató Krisztina – Koller Boglárka – Pelle Anita (2021): The Political Economy of the Eurozone in Central and Eastern Europe: Why In, Why Out? (1st ed.). London, New York (NY): Routledge. Chapter 4. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429261411
  • Bocskor Ákos: Reputational Status Dynamics from a Mixed Methods Perspective: Coolness and Popularity in a Hungarian Primary School Sample. Youth & Society. May 2021 (online first) 2,923. Q1
  • Boda Zsolt, Hajnal György: Illiberal Transformation of Government Bureaucracy in a Fragile Democracy: The Case of Hungary
  • Boda Zsolt, Szűcs Zoltán: When Illiberalism Meets Neoliberalism: State and the Social Sciences in Present Hungary.
  • Csata Zsombor, Marácz László: Social Inclusion and Multilingualism: Linguistic Justice and Language Policy. Social Inclusion, 2021, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pp. 1–4. 1,333. Q2
  • Csata Zsombor, Roman Hlatky, Amy H. Liu, Ariel Pitre Young: The economic effects of the territoriality principle Evidence from Transylvania, Romania. Language Problems and Language Planning, Volume 45 (2021), Issue 2, pp.165–187. 0,517. Q2
  • Csizmady Adrienne, Zoltán Ferencz, Lea Kőszeghy, Gergely Tóth: Beyond the Energy Poor/Non Energy Poor Divide: Energy Vulnerability and Mindsets on Energy Generation Modes in Hungary. Energies 2021, 14, 6487. https://doi.org/10.3390/ en14206487. 3,004. Q2. https://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=62932&tip=sid
  • Csizmady Adrienne, Bernadett Csurgó, Szabina Kerényi, András Balázs, Veronika Kocsis: Young Farmers’ Perceptions of Sustainability in a Wine Region in Hungary. Land. 2021; 10(8):815. https://doi.org/10.3390/land10080815. 3,395. Q2 (https://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=21100811521&tip=sid&clean=0)
  • Csurgó Bernadett, Melanie.K. Smith: The value of cultural ecosystem services in a rural landscape context. Journal of Rural Studies, 2021. Vol 86. 76-86. 4,849. Q1
  • Dobos Gábor: Municipal splits and hidden amalgamations in Hungary. Miscellanea Geographica – Regional Studies on Development 2021/1 pp. 37-45. Q2
  • Farkas Eszter: Discussing immigration in an illiberal media environment: Hungarian political scientists about the migration crisis in online public discourses. European Political Science, 2021. június 10., p. 1-20. 1,756. 0.78
  • Fedinec Csilla, Szakál Imre: Another Short-Lived State of the Carpatho-Rusins – the Hutsul Republic   Rusin International Journal of History vol, 64  (2021) no. 2, pp. 115-134. Q2
  • Fekete Balázs: Legal Ethnology and Legal Anthropology in Hungary. In Marie-Claire, Foblets; Mark, Goodale; Maria, Sapignoli; Olaf, Zenker (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Law and Anthropology Oxford, Egyesült Királyság / Anglia : Oxford University Press (2021) Online first.
  • Gárdos-Orosz Fruzsina Kinga: Why does a constitutional change emerge and who has a say in it? Constitution-making, constitutional amendments and their constitutional review in Hungary between 2010 and 2018. 2020 Edward Elgar In: Martin, Belov; Antoni, Abat i Ninet (szerk.) Revolution, Transition, Memory, and Oblivion. Reflections on Constitutional Change
  • Gárdos-Orosz Fruzsina, Szente Zoltán (szerk): Populist Challenges to Constitutional Interpretation in Europe and Beyond. London and New York, Routledge, 2021.  329.
  • Gárdos-Orosz Fruzsina, Szente Zoltán: Populist Challenges to Constitutional Interpretation: An Assessment. In: Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz and Zoltán Szente eds., Populist Challenges to Constitutional Interpretation in Europe and Beyond; New York-London, Routledge, 2021. pp. 329.
  • Gárdos-Orosz Fruzsina, Szente Zoltán: The art of constitutional interpretation. In Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz and Zoltán Szente (eds.) Populist Challenges to Constitutional Interpretation in Europe and Beyond, Routledge, New York-London, 2021. pp. 329.
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz: SPS: Environmental Risk Assessment  P. Delimatsis & L. Reins (eds.), Trade and Environmental Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham: 2021
  • Gulyás Attila, Koltai Júlia, Ságvári Bence: Attitudes towards Participation in a Passive Data Collection Experiment. Sensors 2021, 21(18), 6085; https://doi.org/10.3390/s21186085. 3,56. Q2
  • Győri Ágnes, Perpék Éva: Work conditions and burnout: an exploratory study among Hungarian workers in family and child welfare, child protection and pedagogical professional services. European Journal of Social Work, Taylor&Francis, online first, 1-16 pp., 2021. november. 1,8. Q1
  • Győri Ágnes, Perpék Éva, Lengyel György: Preferred leadership style, managerial and entrepreneurial inclination among Hungarian students. Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 10, 44 (2021) SCOPUS CiteScore 2020 3.3, SJR 2020 0.480, SNIP 2020 1.716, https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100901140. Q2
  • Győry Csaba: Day Fines in Hungary. In E. Kantorowicz-Reznichenko & M. Faure (Eds.), Day Fines in Europe: Assessing Income-Based Sanctions in Criminal Justice Systems (pp. 146-166). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hajdu Gábor, Hajdu Tamás: Temperature, climate change, and birth weight: evidence from Hungary. Population and Environment , 43(2), 131–148. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11111-021-00380-y. 3,537. Q1 (Demography: 13/110)
  • Hajnal György, Katarina Staronova: Changing patterns of individual performance appraisal systems for civil service in European Union countries: toward a developmental or an incentivizing model  International Journal of Public Sector Management Paper: ahead-of-print, 17 p. (2021) Q1 (2020 PolSci)
  • Huszár Ákos, Füzér, Katalin; Bodor, Ákos; Bálint, Lajos; Pirmajer, Attila: Social capitals, social class, and prosperity in high-trust and low-trust societies. International Journal of Sociology Volume 50, 2020 – Issue 1,  pp. 48-67. Q2
  • Illés Gábor István, Körösényi András: From the theater to the hippodrome: A critique of Jeffrey Green’s theory of plebiscitary democracy and an alternative. Contemporary Political Theory, 2021. október 6. (Online first). 0,892. Q2 (2020)
  • Janky Béla, Kisfalusi Dorottya, Takács Károly: Grading in Hungarian Primary Schools: Mechanisms of Ethnic Discrimination against Roma Students. European Sociological Review, https://doi.org/10.1093/esr/jcab023. 2,96
  • Katona Noémi: Combating trafficking of Hungarian women to Western Europe: a multi-level analysis of the international law enforcement cooperation. Trends in Organized Crime 1084-4791 22 1 1–29. 2,8
  • Keller Tamás: Proximity can induce diverse friendships: A large randomized classroom experiment. Plos One. 2,74. Q1
  • Keller Tamás, Szakál Péter: Not just words! Effects of a light-touch randomized encouragement intervention on students’ exam grades, self-efficacy, motivation, and test anxiety. Plos One, 2,74. Q1
  • Keller Tamás, Takács Károly, Felix Elwert: Yes, You Can! Effects of Transparent Admission Standards on High School Track Choice: A Randomized Field Experiment. Social Forces. 3,57. Q1
  • Kisfalusi Dorottya, Romano, Angelo, Francesca Giardini, Simon Columbus, Erik W. de Kwaadsteniet, Zegni Triki, Chris Snijders, Kristin Hagel: Reputation and socio-ecology in humans. Philosophical Transactions B, Volume 376 Issue 1838, https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2020.0295. 6,237
  • Kisfalusi Dorottya, Marianne Hooijsma, Gijs Huitsing, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Andreas Flache, René Veenstra. Crossing ethnic boundaries? A social network investigation of defending relationships in schools. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, https://doi.org/10.1177/13684302211009318. 3,129
  • Kiss Balázs: Double Ressentiment. The Political Communication of Kulturkampf in Hungary. Politics and Governance, Vol 9, No 3, 2021, 227-236. 2,061. Q1
  • Kiss Balázs, Szabó Gabriella: Sharing political nostalgia in Hungary. Is yearning for the past successful on social media? Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research. DOI: 10.1080/13511610.2021.1995332 online first, 1,867, Q2
  • Kmetty Zoltán, Stefkovics Ádám: Assessing the effect of questionnaire design on unit and item-nonresponse: evidence from an online experiment. International Journal of Social Research Methodology Online first pp. 1-14. , 14 p. (2021) 3,061. Q1
  • Koltai Júlia Anna, Tófalvy Tamás: “Splendid Isolation”: The reproduction of music industry inequalities in Spotify’s recommendation system. New Media & Society (online first: 1-25) 8,061. Q1
  • Kovách Imre, Péter Balogh, Attila Bai, Ibolya Czibere, László Fodor, Ágnes Bujdosó, Dénes Sulyok, Zoltán Gabnai, Zoltán Birkner: Economic and Social Barriers of Precision Farming in Hungary. Agronomy 11 : 6 pp. 1112-1136. 27 p. (2021) https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy11061112. 3,417. Q1
  • Kovách Imre, Czibere Ibolya: State Populism in Rural Hungary. Rural Sociology online first : 31 August 2021 pp. 1-25. Paper: ruso.12407  DOI: 10.1111/ruso.12407 4,078. Q1
  • Kovách Imre, Barthes, A.; Oral, H.V.; Smederevac-Lalic, M Megyesi B: Knowledge Use in Education for Environmental Citizenship—Results of Four Case Studies in Europe (France, Hungary, Serbia, Turkey). Sustainability 2021, 13, 11118. https://doi.org/10.3390/ su131911118. 3,251. Q1
  • Kőszeghy Lea, Bajomi Anna Zsófia, Feldmár Nóra: Trapped in politics – Energy poverty in Hungary. Routledge, 2020. George Jiglau, Anca Sinea, Ute Dubois, Philipp Biermann (eds.)  Perspectives on Energy Poverty in Post-Communist Europe, pp. 25-55.
  • Mátyás Eszter, Oross Dániel, Sergiu Gherghina: Sustainability and Politics: Explaining the Emergence of the 2020 Budapest Climate Assembly    Sustainability 2021, 13(11), 6100, 2021 May 28, 3,251
  • Medgyesi Márton, Pieter Vanhuysse, Róbert Iván Gál: Welfare states as lifecycle redistribution machines: Decomposing the roles of age and socio-economic status shows that European tax-and-benefit systems primarily redistribute across age groups. PLoS ONE 16(8): e0255760. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0255760. 3,24. Q1
  • Megyesi Gergely Boldizsár: Towards a Cross-Sectoral View of Nature-Based Solutions for Enabling Circular Cities. Water 2021, 13(17), 2352. 3,103 Q1 (Geography planning and development
  • Metz Rudolf: The missing link: Studying political leadership from the followers’ perspective. Politics. 2,492. Q1
  • Metz Rudolf, Várnagy Réka: “Mass,” “Movement,” “Personal,” or “Cartel” Party? Fidesz’s Hybrid Organisational Strategy. Politics and Governance (9)4. 2,061. Q1
  • Metz Rudolf, David Wineroither: A Tale of Odds and Ratios: Political Preference Formation in Postindustrial Democracies. Politische Vierteljahresschrift. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11615-021-00323-0. 0,926 Q3
  • Nagy Csongor István: Case C-66/18 Commission v. Hungary (Central European University). American Journal of International Law, 2021. 115. évf. 4. sz. 700-706. o., doi:10.1017/ajil.2021.45. 3,091. Q1, H-INDEX: 73
  • Nagy Csongor István: EU Competition Law Devours Its Children: The Proliferation Of Anti-Competitive Object And The Problem Of False Positives. Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, (2021), pp. 1–21 doi:10.1017/cel.2021.2. Q1
  • Neumann Eszter, Mitescu-Manea, M., Safta-Zecheria, L., Bodrug-Lungu, V., Milenkova, V., & Lendzhova, V.: Inequities in first education policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis: A comparative analysis in four Central and East European countries. European Educational Research Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/14749041211030077. 2,509. Q3
  • Olt Gergely, Csizmady Adrienne, Melanie Smith, Sziva Ivett: Gentrification, tourism and the night-time economy in Budapest’s district VII – the role of regulation in a post-socialist context      Tourism and the Night Rethinking Nocturnal Destinations Edited By Andrew Smith, Adam Eldridge Copyright Year 2021. ISBN 9780367695132 Published May 19, 2021 by Routledge 126 Pages
  • Oross Dániel, Kiss Gabriella: More than just an experiment? Politicians arguments behind introducing participatory budgeting in Budapest. Acta Politica, online first 2,404. Q1
  • Oross Dániel, Paul Tap: Moving online: political parties and the internal use of digital tools in Hungary. European Societies, Taylor and Francis Online, online first, https://doi.org/10.1080/14616696.2021.1943485 2,923. Q1 0.769 (2020) SJR
  • Oross Dániel, Paul Tap: Using deliberation for partisan purposes: evidence from the Hungarian National Consultation Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research. 1,867. Q1
  • Oross Dániel, Mátyás Eszter, Sergiu Gherghina: Sustainability and Politics: Explaining the Emergence of the 2020 Budapest Climate Assembly. Sustainability 2021, 13(11), 6100; https://doi.org/10.3390/su13116100. 3,251. Q1 (Geography, Planning and Development)
  • Patkós Veronika: Does partisan polarisation predict economic growth? Evidence from 27 European countries. Contemporary Politics, Published online: 28 Oct 2021,  https://doi.org/10.1080/13569775.2021.1992100. 1,578. Q1
  • Péli Gábor, Rudas Tamás: Changing Understanding in Algorithmic Societies: Exploring a New Social Reality with the Tools of Computational Social Science. In Pathways Between Social Science and Computational Social Science , Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 2021, pp. 259-271.
  • Péli Gábor, Rudas Tamás (szerk) Pathways Between Social Science and Computational Social Science.Theories, Methods, and Interpretations    Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 2021, 275p
  • Ságvári Bence, Benczes Réka: Migrants are not welcome. Metaphorical framing of fled people in Hungarian online media, 2015–2018. Journal of Language and Politics (Available online: 16 July 2021) 0,899. Q1
  • Sebők Miklós, Jasper Simons: How Orbán won? Neoliberal disenchantment and the grand strategy of financial nationalism to reconstruct capitalism and regain autonomy. Socio-Economic Review, first view. 4,443. D1
  • Szalma Ivett: Attitudes, Norms, and Beliefs Related to Assisted Reproduction Technologies among Childless Women in a Pronatalist Society. SpringerVS, Wiesbaden, 44p
  • Szalma Ivett, Bitó Tamás: Knowledge and attitudes about assisted reproductive technology: findings from a Hungarian online survey    Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online Volume 13, August 2021, Pages 75-84. 0,503. Q1
  • Szente Zoltán: Constitutional Law in Hungary. Alphen aan den Rijn, Wolters Kluwer, 2021, 1-356.
  • Szente Zoltán: Populism and populist constitutionalism. In: Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz and Zoltán Szente eds., Populist Challenges to Constitutional Interpretation in Europe and Beyond; New York-London, Routledge, 2021. pp. 329.
  • Szikra Dorottya, Aidukaite, J., S. Saxonberg, D. Szelewa: Social policy in the face of a global pandemic: Policy responses to the COVID19 crisis in Central and Eastern Europe. Social Policy and Administration, 2021. 55(2) 358-373. 2,738. Q1
  • Takács Judit: Legalizing queerness in Central-Eastern Europe. 246-254 in K. Fábián, J. E. Johnson, & M. Lazda (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook to Gender in Central-Eastern Europe and Eurasia. Routledge: Abingdon.
  • Takács Judit, Karafillakis E, Martin S, Simas C, Olsson K, Dada S, Larson HJ: Methods for Social Media Monitoring Related to Vaccination: Systematic Scoping Review. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 7(2) e17149   4,11
  • Takács Judit, Daniel de Vries, John Kinsman, Anne Cremers, John Angrén, Svetla Tsolova, Emma Wiltshire, Massimo Ciotti: Public Health Preparedness and Response Synergies between Institutional Authorities and the Community: A Qualitative Case Study of Emerging Tick-borne Diseases in Spain and the Netherlands. BMC Public Health 21, Article no: 1882 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-021-11925-z. 3,295. Q1
  • Valuch Tibor: Everyday Life under Communism and After – Lifestyle and Consumption in Hungary, 1945–2000. CEU Press, Budapest-New York-Vienna, 500 p, ISBN – 978-963-386-376-3
  • Varju Márton, Papp Mónika: Turnover Taxes, the Fight for the National Tax Base and the EU Court of Justice: An Undeserved Triumph for Member State Direct Tax Autonomy? Legal Issues of Economic Integration 48 : 4 pp. 379-402. 24 p. (2021) Q2
  • Wineroither David Martin: Die Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs (FPÖ) – Trendsetterin mit Hang zur Macht. Populismus an der Macht Strategien und Folgen populistischen Regierungshandelns Editors (view affiliations) Wolfgang MunoChristian Pfeiffer, pp. 271-293. Springer VS 2021

2021. 1. félév
  • Albert Fruzsina, Dávid Beáta, Hajdu Gábor, Huszti Éva: Egocentric Contact Networks of Older Adults: Featuring Quantity, Strength and Function of Ties. The Sociological Quarterly, DOI: 10.1080/00380253.2020.1787111. 1,127, Q1
  • Albert Fruzsina, Dávid Beáta, Koltai Júlia: The increasing importance of friends: Changes in core discussion network composition in post-communist Hungary between 1997 – 2015. Social Networks Volume 66, July 2021, Pages 139-145. 2.376, D1
  • Barczikay Tamás, Máté Ákos, Sebők Miklós: The effect of central bank communication on sovereign bond yields: The case of Hungary. Máté Á, Sebők M, Barczikay T (2021) The effect of central bank communication on sovereign bond yields: The case of Hungary. PLoS ONE 16(2): e0245515. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0245515 2.74, D1
  • Bene Márton, Boda Zsolt: Hungary: Crisis as Usual—Populist Governance and the Pandemic. Bene Márton – Boda Zsolt (2021): Hungary: Crisis as Usual—Populist Governance and the Pandemic. In. Mejstrik, M. & Handl, V. (eds). Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe, 87-100. Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Haßler, J., Magin, M., Russmann, U., Baranowski, P., Bene, Márton, Schlosser, K., Wurst, A.-K., Fenoll, V., Kruschinski, S., & Maurer, P. (2020). Reaching Out to the Europeans. Political Parties’ Facebook Strategies of Issue Ownership and the Second-Order Character of European Election Campaigns. In C. Holtz-Bacha (Ed.), Europawahlkampf 2019 (pp. 87–113). Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.
  • Bene Márton: Topics to talk about. The effects of political topics and issue ownership on user engagement with politicians’ Facebook posts during the 2018 Hungarian general election. 1.771, D1
  • Bene Márton: Who reaps the benefits? A cross-country investigation of the absolute and relative normalization and equalization theses in the 2019 European Parliament elections. New Media & Society, DOI: 10.1177/14614448211019688 (online first). 4,577, Q1
  • Bíró-Nagy András:  Orbán’s political jackpot: migration and the Hungarian electorate. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2021, online first 3,116, D1
  • Boda Zsolt: The Effect of Political Regimes on Policy Agendas: A Theoretical Framework. In: Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary. Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt (Eds.) Palgrave Macmillan, 2024
  • Boda Zsolt: Understanding Agenda Dynamics in Non-democracies. In: Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary. Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt (Eds.) Palgrave Macmillan, 2023
  • Durst Judit, Bereményi Ábel: “I felt I arrived home”: The minority mobility trajectory for first-in-family Hungarian Roma graduates. Springer International Publishing, 2020 december. ISBN 978-3-030-52587-3
  • Farkas Eszter, Patkós Veronika: Wearing rose coloured glasses The happiness effect of party attachments in Europe. Journal of Contemporary European Studies (2020): 1-14. 0,909, Q1
  • Fedinec Csilla, Csernicskó István: The Informal Use of Time as a Component of Multicultural Regional Identity in Transcarpathia (Ukraine). East Central Europe (Publisher: Brill), 2021, Vol. 38, Issue 1, pp. 73-102. Q2 (Cultural Studies)
  • Fekete Balázs: Paradigms in Modern European Comparative Law. Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2021
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz, Chien-huei WU: Between the High Ideals and Reality: Managing COVID-19 Vaccine Nationalism. European Journal of Risk Regulation vol. 12(2), pp. 1-9 (2021). Q2, SJR 2019: 0.3
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz, Karolina Wierczynska: Polish Yearbook of International Law: A History of Constant Change and Adaptation. in: O. Spijkers, W. Werner, Wouter, R.A. Wessel  (eds.), Yearbooks in International Law: History, Function and Future (Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 50:2019), Springer Verlag: 2021
  • Hajdu Gábor, Hajdu Tamás: Post-conception heat exposure increases clinically unobserved pregnancy losses. Scientific Reports, volume 11, Article number: 1987. 3.998, D1
  • Hajdu Gábor, Hajdu Tamás: Temperature, climate change, and human conception rates: evidence from Hungary. Journal of Population Economics, online first. 1.840, Q1
  • Hajdu Gábor, Hajdu Tamás: The long-term impact of restricted access to abortion on children’s socioeconomic outcomes. PLoS ONE 16(3): e0248638. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0248638. 2.740, D1
  • Hajnal György, Iga Jeziorska, Kovács Éva: Understanding drivers of illiberal entrenchment at critical junctures: institutional responses to COVID-19 in Hungary and Poland. International Review of Administrative Sciences. Online first: Jan. 6 2021. 1,99, Q1
  • Hajnal György: Illiberal challenges to mainstream public management research: Hungary as an exemplary case. Public Management Review 3:3, 317-325. 1,6, D1
  • Hoffman István, Szatmári Andrea: The Transformation of the Municipal Social Care System in Hungary – In the Light of the Provision of Home Care Services. Lex Localis: Journal of Local Self-Government 18 : 4 pp. 691-712. , 22 p. (2020) 0.620. Q2
  • Keller Tamás: The short-term effect of COVID-19 on schoolchildren’s generosity. Applied Economics Letters. 0,752
  • Kerényi Szabina, Csányi Gergely: A Semi-Peripheral Myth of the “Good Mother:” The History of Motherly Love in Hungary from a Global Perspective. Springer, 2021. július 23., 317-332
  • Kisfalusi Dorottya, Kristóf Luca, Vit Eszter: Political homophily in cultural reputational networks. Poetics, 2021 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.poetic.2021.101538. 1.264, D1
  • Kiss László, Ring Orsolya: Agenda Dynamics in Socialist Autocracy (1957–1989). In: Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary. Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt (Eds.) Palgrave Macmillan, 2029
  • Kmetty Zoltán, Koltai Júlia, Bozsonyi Károly: From Durkheim to Machine Learning: Finding the Relevant Sociological Content in Depression and Suicide-Related Social Media Discourses. In Rudas T., Péli G. (eds) Pathways Between Social Science and Computational Social Science. Computational Social Sciences. Springer, 2021, pp. 237-258.
  • Kmetty Zoltán, Szabó Gabriella; K. Molnár Emese: Politics and Incivility in the Online Comments: What is Beyond the Norm-Violation Approach? International Journal of Communication 15(2021), 1659–1684. Q1, cites/doc (2 years) 1.767
  • Koltai Júlia Anna, Németh Renáta: The Potential of Automated Text Analytics in Social Knowledge Building. Rudas T., Péli G. (eds) Pathways Between Social Science and Computational Social Science. Computational Social Sciences. Springer, 2021, p. 49-70.
  • Körtvélyesi Zsolt: The Illiberal Challenge in the EU: Exploring the Parallel with Illiberal Minorities and the Example of Hungary. European Constitutional Law Review, 16: 567–600, 2020. 1.530, D1
  • Kristóf Luca: From Cultural Policy towards Cultural Politics? : The Case of the Hungarian Cultural Sphere. International Journal Of Cultural Policy (1028-6632 ): 27 2 p. 191. https://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2021.1873964. 1.598, D1
  • Merkovity Norbert, Bene Márton, Farkas Xénia (2021): Hungary: The Illiberal Crisis Management. In Darren Lilleker, Ioana A. Coman, Miloš Gregor, Edoardo Novelli (eds). Political Communication and COVID-19: Governance and Rhetoric in Times of Crisis., 269-279. London: Routledge
  • Mikecz Dániel: Zivilgesellschaft, soziale Bewegungen und politische Partizipation in Ungarn: Vielfältig, aber schwach organisiert. Bos E., Lorenz A. (eds) Das politische System Ungarns. Springer VS, Wiesbaden
  • Molnár Csaba, Miklós Sebők: The Data and Methods of the Hungarian Comparative Agendas Project. In: Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary. Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt. Palgrave Macmillan, 2026
  • Molnár Csaba, Orsolya Ring: Hungarian Regimes and Their Institutional Characteristics. In: Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary. Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt (Eds.) Palgrave Macmillan, 2025
  • Molnár Csaba: The Pre-war Era of Proto-parliamentarism (1867–1918). In: Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary. Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt (Eds.) Palgrave Macmillan, 2027
  • Neumann Eszter, Papp Attila: (2021) Education of Roma and Educational Resilience in Hungary. In: Mendes M.M., Magano O., Toma S. (eds) Social and Economic Vulnerability of Roma People. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-52588-0_6
  • Neumann Eszter: Setting by numbers: datafication processes and ability grouping in an English secondary school. Journal of Education Policy, Vol 36. Issue 1. pp 1-23. 3.048, D1
  • Papp Zsófia: Constituency service: incentives and consequences. In: Maurizio Cotta & Federico Russo (eds.) Research Handbook on Political Representation (Elgar Handbooks in Political Science), Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 266-276.
  • Papp Zsófia: Does Issue Alignment Matter? The Electoral Cost and Reward of Agricultural Representation in Urban and Rural Areas. Political Studies Review. 1.053, Q1
  • Papp Zsófia: The Mandate Divide in Policy Representation: The Substantive Representation of Agricultural Interests in the Hungarian Parliament. Parliamentary Affairs, Online first, 07 February 2020. 1.54, Q1
  • Pócza Kálmán: Umkämpftes Terrain. Politik und Verfassungsgericht in Ungarn seit 1990.  Bos, Ellen; Lorenz, Astrid (szerk.) Das politische System Ungarns. Demokratieentwicklung, Orbán und die EU : Nationale Demokratieentwicklung, Orbán und die EU Wiesbaden, Springer Verlag (2021) 266 p. pp. 75-91
  • Pokornyi Zsanett, Sághy Eszter: The Policy Agendas of Liberal and Illiberal Democracy. In: Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary. Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt (Eds.) Palgrave Macmillan, 2030
  • Ságvári Bence, Gergő Tóth, Johannes Wachs, Riccardo Di Clemente, Ákos Jakobi, János Kertész & Balázs Lengyel: Inequality is rising where social network segregation interacts with urban topology. Nature Communications volume 12, Article number: 1143 (2021). 12.121, D1
  • Sebők Miklós, Boda Zsolt: Policy Agendas in Autocracy, and Hybrid Regimes. The Case of Hungary. Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt (Eds.) Palgrave Macmillan, 2022
  • Sebők Miklós, Kristin Makszin, Jasper Simons: Mission adapted: the hidden role of governors in shaping central bank operating missions in Hungary. East European Politics, first view, Q1
  • Szente Zoltán: Constitution-making processes in Europe since the Second World War. Martin Belov and Antoni Abat i Ninet (eds.), Revolution, Transition, Memory, and Oblivion. Reflections on Constitutional Change. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2020. pp. 168-183
  • Szikra Dorottya, J. Aidukate, S. Saxonberg, D. Szelewa: Social policy in the face of a global pandemic: Policy responses to the COVID19 crisis in Central and Eastern Europe. Social Policy and Administration. 1.908, D1
  • Szűcs Zoltán Gábor: Tacitus on Political Failure: A Realist Interpretation. European Legacy (online first,) Q2
  • Kiemelkedő publikációk, 2020. 2. félév
  • Albert Fruzsina, Hajdu Gábor: Association between poverty indicators and social relations. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, vol xx, no xx, 1–23, DOI: 10.1332/175982720X15966472176159. IF 0,952, Q1
  • Barczikay Tamás, Biedermann Zsuzsánna, Szalai László: An Investigation of a Partial Dutch Disease in Botswana 2020, Resources Policy, Vol. 67, p.1-8. IF 3.986 Q1
  • Bartha Attila, Boda Zsolt, Szikra Dorottya: When Populist Leaders Govern: Conceptualising Populism in Policy Making. Politics and Governance (ISSN: 2183-2463) 2020, Volume 8, Issue 3, DOI: 10.17645/pag.v8i3.2922. 2018 IF 1.333, Q1
  • Bartha Attila, Ilona Liliána Birtalan; Ágnes Neulinger; György Bárdos; Attila Oláh; József Rácz; Adrien Rigó: Community Supported Agriculture as a Driver of Food-Related Well-being. Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050) Vol. 12 Open Access. 2018 IF 2.592, Q2
  • Bartha Attila, Zentai Violetta: Long-Term Care and Gender Equality: Fuzzy-Set Ideal Types of Care Regimes in Europe  2020 okt. 9, Social Inclusion (ISSN: 2183–2803) 2020, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 92–102 DOI: 10.17645/si.v8i4.295. IF 2019: 1,297, Q2
  • Bene Márton: Images, Politicians, and Social Media: Patterns and Effects of Politicians’ Image-based Political Communication Strategies on Social Media The International Journal of Press/Politics. Online first, September 2020. doi:10.1177/1940161220959553. IF 2.612
  • Chronowski Nóra, Bárd Petra, Sulyok Gábor, Varju Márton: Hungary: Constitutional (R)evolution or Regression? National Constitutions in European and Global Governance: Democracy, Rights, the Rule of Law – National Reports (eds. Anneli Albi and Samo Bardutzky), print ISBN 978-94-6265-272-9, e-book ISBN 978-94-6265-273-6, T.M.C. Asser Press, The Hague 2019. 1439-1488.
  • Csata Zsombor, Hlatky, Amy H. Liu: How to head count ethnic minorities: validity of census surveys versus other identification strategies. East European Politics, Volume 36, Issue 4 (2020). IF 0,57, Q1 https://doi.org/10.1080/21599165.2020.1843439
  • Bene Márton, Farkas Xénia: Images, Politicians, and Social Media: Patterns and Effects of Politicians’ Image-based Political Communication Strategies on Social Media. The International Journal of Press/Politics. Online first, September 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/1940161220959553. IF 2,612
  • Feischmidt Margit, Zakariás Ildikó: ‘We Are That In-Between Nation’: Discourses of Deservingness of Hungarian Migrants Working in Institutions of Refugee Accommodation in Germany. Sociology, 2020. aug. 29. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038520941690. IF 3.068, Q1
  • Börcsök E, Ferencz Z, Groma V, Gerse Á, Fülöp J, Bozóki S, Osán J, Török S, Horváth Á: Energy Supply Preferences as Multicriteria Decision Problems: Developing a System of Criteria from Survey Data. ENERGIES 13 15 Paper: 3767 , 21 p. (2020). IF 2.702, Q2
  • Gerő Márton, Susánszky Pál, Kopper Ákos, Tüth Gergely: Strategies for survival: Human Rights Organizations’ Responses to the Closing of Political Opportunity Structures in Hungary. CZECH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE / POLITOLOGICKY CASOPIS XXVII : 2 pp. 119-139. Paper: DOI 10.5817/PC2020-_2-_119 , 20 p. (2020). Q1
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz, Margherita Melillo: The FCTC dilemma on heated tobacco products    Globalization and Health. IF2: 2.525, IF5: 3.127 1.272
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz: Judicial review of science-based measures under WTO law. V. Abazi, J. Adriaensen, T. Christiansen (eds.), The Contestation of Expertise in the European Union, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke: 2020
  • Martina Katalin Szabó, Orsolya Ring, Balázs Nagy, László Kiss, Gábor Berend, László Vidács, Attila Gulyás, Zoltán Kmetty: Exploring the dynamic changes of key concepts of the Hungarian socialist era with natural language processing methods. Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History. Published online: 23 Sep 2020. https://doi.org/10.1080/01615440.2020.1823289. IF 0.813, Q1
  • Hoffmann Tamás: The Crime of Genocide in Its (Nearly) Infinite Domestic Variety. Marco Odello, Piotr ¸ubiƒski (eds.) The Concept of Genocide in International Criminal Law – Developments after Lemkin (Routledge, 2020) 67-97.
  • Bognár Bulcsu, Kmetty Zoltán: Believing without moralising: Secularised religiousness in Hungary. Social Compass, 2020, Online first. IF 0.778.
  • Koltai Júlia Anna, Éva Fodor, Anikó Gregor, Eszter Kováts: The impact of COVID-19 on the gender division of childcare work in Hungary European Societies. Published online: 22 Sep 2020. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616696.2020.1817522. IF 1.051, Q2
  • Kovács Eszter (2020) Diaspora Policies, Consular Services and Social Protection for Hungarian Citizens Abroad. In: Lafleur JM., Vintila D. (eds) Migration and Social Protection in Europe and Beyond (Volume 2). IMISCOE Research Series. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-51245-3_14
  • Medve-Bálint Gergő, Makszin Kristin, Dorothee Bohle: North and South, East and West: Is it Possible to Bridge the Gap? In R. Coman, A. Créspy és V. A. Schmidt (szerk.) Governance and Politics in the Post-Crisis European Union, pp. 335–57. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Medve-Bálint Gergő, Vera Scepanovic: Subsidizing Foreign Investments Through EU Funds in the European Peripheries: The Case of the Automotive Sector in East-Central Europe. Pp. 93–118. In Successes & Failures in EU Cohesion Policy: An Introduction to EU cohesion policy in Eastern, Central, and Southern Europe, edited by I. Musiakowska, P. Idczak, and O. Potluka. Warsaw/Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Mikecz Dániel: Claims-making and Morality: The Case of Hungarian Solidarity Movements. Politologick˘ ãasopis-Czech Journal of Political Science, 27(2), 140-157. Q1 SJR 0.51
  • Mikecz Dániel: Civil society as a counterbalance to democratic backlash? The civil society master frame and discursive opportunities of politically active civil organizations in Hungary. Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, https://doi.org/10.1080/25739638.2020.1812940
  • Neumann Eszter, Sharon Gewirtz, Meg Maguire, Emma Towers: Neoconservative education policy and the case of the English Baccalaureate Journal of Curriculum Studies, 52:5, 702-719, DOI: 10.1080/00220272.2019.1708466. IF 1,484 (2019), Q1
  • Papp Mónika, Varju Márton: Member State Capitalism(s) and EU Law: Protecting Local Varieties in the Single Market. Nagy, Csongor István (szerk.) World Trade and Local Public Interest: Trade Liberalization and National Regulatory Sovereignty Heidelberg, Németország : Springer International Publishing, (2020) pp. 95-115
  • Patkós Veronika, Farkas Eszter: Wearing rose coloured glasses The happiness effect of party attachments in Europe   Journal of Contemporary European Studies (2020): 1-14. IF 0,909, Q1. https://doi.org/10.1080/14782804.2020.1801395
  • Sebők Miklós, Kozák Sándor: From State Capture to “Pariah” Status? The Preference Attainment of the Hungarian Banking Association (2006–14) Sebők, M. Kozák, S. (2020). From State Capture to “Pariah” Status? The Preference Attainment of the Hungarian Banking Association (2006–14). Business and Politics, 1-23. doi:10.1017/bap.2020.8. Q1
  • Sebők Miklós, Kacsuk Zoltán: The Multiclass Classification of Newspaper Articles with Machine Learning: The Hybrid Binary Snowball Approach Political Analysis, 1-14. doi:10.1017/pan.2020.27. IF 4.232, D1
  • Susánszky Pál, Manuela Caiani: Radical-Right Political Activism on the Web and the Challenge for European Democracy: A Perspective from Eastern and Central Europe. Routledge, 2020, Democracy and Fake News Information Manipulation and Post-Truth Politics By Serena Giusti, Elisa Piras
  • Szikra Dorottya, Varsa Eszter: ‘New eugenics,’ gender and sexuality: a global perspective on reproductive politics and sex education in Cold War Europe THE HISTORY OF THE FAMILY, 2020, Vol.25(4). IF 0.925 https://doi.org/10.1080/1081602X.2020.1807385
  • Szűcs Zoltán Gábor: Political obligations in illiberal regimes. Res Publica, Q1
  • Takács Judit (2020) Hungary. 134-146. In: Deutsch, F., Gaunt, R. (eds.) (2020) Creating Equality at Home: How 25 Couples around the World Share Housework and Childcare. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108597319.011
  • Zombory Máté: Visualizing Revisionism: Europeanized Anticommunism at the House of Terror Museum in Budapest. Indiana University Press, 2020, pp. 46-78, ISBN: 9780253050304
  • Zombory Máté: The anti-communist moment: competitive victimhood in European politics. Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest 2020/2-3 (N° 2-3), 21-54. Valentin Behr, Muriel Blaive, Anenoma Constantin, Laure Neumayer. An anti-communist Consensus: The Black Book of communism in Pan-European Perspective Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest 2020/2-3 (N° 2-3), 55-88. IF 0.041
  • Durst Judit, Bereményi Ábel: I felt I arrived home: The minority mobility trajectory for first-in-family Hungarian Roma graduates. Springer International Publishing, 2020 December. ISBN 978-3-030-52587-3
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz: Judicial review of science-based measures under WTO law. V. Abazi, J. Adriaensen, T. Christiansen (eds.) The Contestation of Expertise in the European Union, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke: 2020
  • Kovács Éva, Judith Szapor: The Storyteller of the Shoah: Éva Fahidi and Anima Rerum. Éva Fahidi: The soul of things – Memoir of a youth interrupted. Edited by Judith Szapor. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS (Toronto Buffalo London), 2020: IX-XXII
  • Medgyesi Márton, Gál Róbert Iván: Poor targeting? Targeting the poor? Redistribution in the Hungarian welfare system by age and socioeconomic status. Social Policy and Administration. First published: 17 September 2020; https://doi.org/10.1111/spol.12653. IF 1,908, Q1
  • Pap András László: Policies for Whom? Roma as Ethnic and/or National Minorities: The Case of Hungary and the European Union. EU Social Inclusion Policies in Post-Socialist Countries Top-Down and Bottom-Up Perspectives on Implementation Edited By Ingrid Fylling, Elena Loreni Baciu, Janne Paulsen Breimo Copyright Year 2020, Routledge, London, pp. 75-98
  • Pap, A. (2020). Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Identity, Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality by Law: An Introduction. Nationalities Papers, 1-8. doi:10.1017/nps.2020.51. IF 0,728, 0.48 SJR 2019.
  • Pap András László: Neglect, Marginalization, and Abuse: Hate Crime Legislation and Practice in the Labyrinth of Identity Politics, Minority Protection, and Penal Populism. Pap, A. (2020). Neglect, Marginalization, and Abuse: Hate Crime Legislation and Practice in the Labyrinth of Identity Politics, Minority Protection, and Penal Populism. Nationalities Papers, 1-19. doi:10.1017/nps.2020.21. IF 0,728 0.48 SJR 2019
  • Samu Flóra, Takács Károly, Számadó Szabolcs: Scarce and directly beneficial reputations support cooperation Scientific Reports, 2020, 10:11486. IF  3.998, Q1. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-68123-x
  • Varju Márton: Member State interests and European Union law Abingdon, Egyesült Királyság: Routledge (2020)
  • Varju Márton: 5G Networks, (Cyber)Security Harmonisation and the Internal Market: the Limits of Article 114 TFEU EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW 45 : 4 pp. 471-486. 16 p. (2020) Q2

2020. 2. félév
  • Albert Fruzsina, Hajdu Gábor: Association between poverty indicators and social relations. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, vol xx, no xx, 1–23, DOI: 10.1332/175982720X15966472176159. IF 0,952, Q1
  • Barczikay Tamás, Biedermann Zsuzsánna, Szalai László: An Investigation of a Partial Dutch Disease in Botswana 2020, Resources Policy, Vol. 67, p.1-8. IF 3.986 Q1
  • Bartha Attila, Boda Zsolt, Szikra Dorottya: When Populist Leaders Govern: Conceptualising Populism in Policy Making. Politics and Governance (ISSN: 2183-2463) 2020, Volume 8, Issue 3, DOI: 10.17645/pag.v8i3.2922. 2018 IF 1.333, Q1
  • Bartha Attila, Ilona Liliána Birtalan; Ágnes Neulinger; György Bárdos; Attila Oláh; József Rácz; Adrien Rigó: Community Supported Agriculture as a Driver of Food-Related Well-being. Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050) Vol. 12 Open Access. 2018 IF 2.592, Q2
  • Bartha Attila, Zentai Violetta: Long-Term Care and Gender Equality: Fuzzy-Set Ideal Types of Care Regimes in Europe  2020 okt. 9, Social Inclusion (ISSN: 2183–2803) 2020, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 92–102 DOI: 10.17645/si.v8i4.295. IF 2019: 1,297, Q2
  • Bene Márton: Images, Politicians, and Social Media: Patterns and Effects of Politicians’ Image-based Political Communication Strategies on Social Media The International Journal of Press/Politics. Online first, September 2020. doi:10.1177/1940161220959553. IF 2.612
  • Chronowski Nóra, Bárd Petra, Sulyok Gábor, Varju Márton: Hungary: Constitutional (R)evolution or Regression? National Constitutions in European and Global Governance: Democracy, Rights, the Rule of Law – National Reports (eds. Anneli Albi and Samo Bardutzky), print ISBN 978-94-6265-272-9, e-book ISBN 978-94-6265-273-6, T.M.C. Asser Press, The Hague 2019. 1439-1488.
  • Csata Zsombor, Hlatky, Amy H. Liu: How to head count ethnic minorities: validity of census surveys versus other identification strategies. East European Politics, Volume 36, Issue 4 (2020). IF 0,57, Q1 https://doi.org/10.1080/21599165.2020.1843439
  • Bene Márton, Farkas Xénia: Images, Politicians, and Social Media: Patterns and Effects of Politicians’ Image-based Political Communication Strategies on Social Media. The International Journal of Press/Politics. Online first, September 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/1940161220959553. IF 2,612
  • Feischmidt Margit, Zakariás Ildikó: ‘We Are That In-Between Nation’: Discourses of Deservingness of Hungarian Migrants Working in Institutions of Refugee Accommodation in Germany. Sociology, 2020. aug. 29. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038520941690. IF 3.068, Q1
  • Börcsök E, Ferencz Z, Groma V, Gerse Á, Fülöp J, Bozóki S, Osán J, Török S, Horváth Á: Energy Supply Preferences as Multicriteria Decision Problems: Developing a System of Criteria from Survey Data. ENERGIES 13 15 Paper: 3767 , 21 p. (2020). IF 2.702, Q2
  • Gerő Márton, Susánszky Pál, Kopper Ákos, Tüth Gergely: Strategies for survival: Human Rights Organizations’ Responses to the Closing of Political Opportunity Structures in Hungary. CZECH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE / POLITOLOGICKY CASOPIS XXVII : 2 pp. 119-139. Paper: DOI 10.5817/PC2020-_2-_119 , 20 p. (2020). Q1
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz, Margherita Melillo: The FCTC dilemma on heated tobacco products    Globalization and Health. IF2: 2.525, IF5: 3.127 1.272
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz: Judicial review of science-based measures under WTO law. V. Abazi, J. Adriaensen, T. Christiansen (eds.), The Contestation of Expertise in the European Union, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke: 2020
  • Martina Katalin Szabó, Orsolya Ring, Balázs Nagy, László Kiss, Gábor Berend, László Vidács, Attila Gulyás, Zoltán Kmetty: Exploring the dynamic changes of key concepts of the Hungarian socialist era with natural language processing methods. Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History. Published online: 23 Sep 2020. https://doi.org/10.1080/01615440.2020.1823289. IF 0.813, Q1
  • Hoffmann Tamás: The Crime of Genocide in Its (Nearly) Infinite Domestic Variety. Marco Odello, Piotr ¸ubiƒski (eds.) The Concept of Genocide in International Criminal Law – Developments after Lemkin (Routledge, 2020) 67-97.
  • Bognár Bulcsu, Kmetty Zoltán: Believing without moralising: Secularised religiousness in Hungary. Social Compass, 2020, Online first. IF 0.778.
  • Koltai Júlia Anna, Éva Fodor, Anikó Gregor, Eszter Kováts: The impact of COVID-19 on the gender division of childcare work in Hungary European Societies. Published online: 22 Sep 2020. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616696.2020.1817522. IF 1.051, Q2
  • Kovács Eszter (2020) Diaspora Policies, Consular Services and Social Protection for Hungarian Citizens Abroad. In: Lafleur JM., Vintila D. (eds) Migration and Social Protection in Europe and Beyond (Volume 2). IMISCOE Research Series. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-51245-3_14
  • Medve-Bálint Gergő, Makszin Kristin, Dorothee Bohle: North and South, East and West: Is it Possible to Bridge the Gap? In R. Coman, A. Créspy és V. A. Schmidt (szerk.) Governance and Politics in the Post-Crisis European Union, pp. 335–57. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Medve-Bálint Gergő, Vera Scepanovic: Subsidizing Foreign Investments Through EU Funds in the European Peripheries: The Case of the Automotive Sector in East-Central Europe. Pp. 93–118. In Successes & Failures in EU Cohesion Policy: An Introduction to EU cohesion policy in Eastern, Central, and Southern Europe, edited by I. Musiakowska, P. Idczak, and O. Potluka. Warsaw/Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Mikecz Dániel: Claims-making and Morality: The Case of Hungarian Solidarity Movements. Politologick˘ ãasopis-Czech Journal of Political Science, 27(2), 140-157. Q1 SJR 0.51
  • Mikecz Dániel: Civil society as a counterbalance to democratic backlash? The civil society master frame and discursive opportunities of politically active civil organizations in Hungary. Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, https://doi.org/10.1080/25739638.2020.1812940
  • Neumann Eszter, Sharon Gewirtz, Meg Maguire, Emma Towers: Neoconservative education policy and the case of the English Baccalaureate Journal of Curriculum Studies, 52:5, 702-719, DOI: 10.1080/00220272.2019.1708466. IF 1,484 (2019), Q1
  • Papp Mónika, Varju Márton: Member State Capitalism(s) and EU Law: Protecting Local Varieties in the Single Market. Nagy, Csongor István (szerk.) World Trade and Local Public Interest: Trade Liberalization and National Regulatory Sovereignty Heidelberg, Németország : Springer International Publishing, (2020) pp. 95-115
  • Patkós Veronika, Farkas Eszter: Wearing rose coloured glasses The happiness effect of party attachments in Europe   Journal of Contemporary European Studies (2020): 1-14. IF 0,909, Q1. https://doi.org/10.1080/14782804.2020.1801395
  • Sebők Miklós, Kozák Sándor: From State Capture to “Pariah” Status? The Preference Attainment of the Hungarian Banking Association (2006–14) Sebők, M. Kozák, S. (2020). From State Capture to “Pariah” Status? The Preference Attainment of the Hungarian Banking Association (2006–14). Business and Politics, 1-23. doi:10.1017/bap.2020.8. Q1
  • Sebők Miklós, Kacsuk Zoltán: The Multiclass Classification of Newspaper Articles with Machine Learning: The Hybrid Binary Snowball Approach Political Analysis, 1-14. doi:10.1017/pan.2020.27. IF 4.232, D1
  • Susánszky Pál, Manuela Caiani: Radical-Right Political Activism on the Web and the Challenge for European Democracy: A Perspective from Eastern and Central Europe. Routledge, 2020, Democracy and Fake News Information Manipulation and Post-Truth Politics By Serena Giusti, Elisa Piras
  • Szikra Dorottya, Varsa Eszter: ‘New eugenics,’ gender and sexuality: a global perspective on reproductive politics and sex education in Cold War Europe THE HISTORY OF THE FAMILY, 2020, Vol.25(4). IF 0.925 https://doi.org/10.1080/1081602X.2020.1807385
  • Szűcs Zoltán Gábor: Political obligations in illiberal regimes. Res Publica, Q1
  • Takács Judit (2020) Hungary. 134-146. In: Deutsch, F., Gaunt, R. (eds.) (2020) Creating Equality at Home: How 25 Couples around the World Share Housework and Childcare. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108597319.011
  • Zombory Máté: Visualizing Revisionism: Europeanized Anticommunism at the House of Terror Museum in Budapest. Indiana University Press, 2020, pp. 46-78, ISBN: 9780253050304
  • Zombory Máté: The anti-communist moment: competitive victimhood in European politics. Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest 2020/2-3 (N° 2-3), 21-54. Valentin Behr, Muriel Blaive, Anenoma Constantin, Laure Neumayer. An anti-communist Consensus: The Black Book of communism in Pan-European Perspective Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest 2020/2-3 (N° 2-3), 55-88. IF 0.041
  • Durst Judit, Bereményi Ábel: I felt I arrived home: The minority mobility trajectory for first-in-family Hungarian Roma graduates. Springer International Publishing, 2020 December. ISBN 978-3-030-52587-3
  • Gruszczynski Lukasz: Judicial review of science-based measures under WTO law. V. Abazi, J. Adriaensen, T. Christiansen (eds.) The Contestation of Expertise in the European Union, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke: 2020
  • Kovács Éva, Judith Szapor: The Storyteller of the Shoah: Éva Fahidi and Anima Rerum. Éva Fahidi: The soul of things – Memoir of a youth interrupted. Edited by Judith Szapor. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS (Toronto Buffalo London), 2020: IX-XXII
  • Medgyesi Márton, Gál Róbert Iván: Poor targeting? Targeting the poor? Redistribution in the Hungarian welfare system by age and socioeconomic status. Social Policy and Administration. First published: 17 September 2020; https://doi.org/10.1111/spol.12653. IF 1,908, Q1
  • Pap András László: Policies for Whom? Roma as Ethnic and/or National Minorities: The Case of Hungary and the European Union. EU Social Inclusion Policies in Post-Socialist Countries Top-Down and Bottom-Up Perspectives on Implementation Edited By Ingrid Fylling, Elena Loreni Baciu, Janne Paulsen Breimo Copyright Year 2020, Routledge, London, pp. 75-98
  • Pap, A. (2020). Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Identity, Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality by Law: An Introduction. Nationalities Papers, 1-8. doi:10.1017/nps.2020.51. IF 0,728, 0.48 SJR 2019.
  • Pap András László: Neglect, Marginalization, and Abuse: Hate Crime Legislation and Practice in the Labyrinth of Identity Politics, Minority Protection, and Penal Populism. Pap, A. (2020). Neglect, Marginalization, and Abuse: Hate Crime Legislation and Practice in the Labyrinth of Identity Politics, Minority Protection, and Penal Populism. Nationalities Papers, 1-19. doi:10.1017/nps.2020.21. IF 0,728 0.48 SJR 2019
  • Samu Flóra, Takács Károly, Számadó Szabolcs: Scarce and directly beneficial reputations support cooperation Scientific Reports, 2020, 10:11486. IF  3.998, Q1. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-68123-x
  • Varju Márton: Member State interests and European Union law Abingdon, Egyesült Királyság: Routledge (2020)
  • Varju Márton: 5G Networks, (Cyber)Security Harmonisation and the Internal Market: the Limits of Article 114 TFEU EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW 45 : 4 pp. 471-486. 16 p. (2020) Q2
  • Varju Márton: Member State Capitalism(s) and EU Law: Protecting Local Varieties in the Single Market. In: Nagy, Csongor István (szerk.) World Trade and Local Public Interest: Trade Liberalization and National Regulatory Sovereignty Heidelberg, Németország : Springer International Publishing, (2020) pp. 95-115. 21 p.

2020. 1. félév
  • Bartha Attila, Ilona Liliána Birtalan, Ágnes Neulinger, György Bárdos, Attila Oláh, József Rácz, Adrien Rigó: Community Supported Agriculture as a Driver of Food-Related Well-being. Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050) Vol. 12 Open Access. Q2, IF 2.592
  • Bartha Attila, Boda Zsolt, Szikra Dorottya: When Populist Leaders Govern: Conceptualising Populism in Policy Making. Politics and Governance (ISSN: 2183-2463) 2020, Volume 8, Issue 3, DOI: 10.17645/pag.v8i3.2922. Q1, IF 1.333
  • Bene Márton: Does context matter? A crosscountry investigation of the effects of the media context on external and internal political efficacy. International Journal of Comparative Sociology. Q1, IF 1.289
  • Dobos Balázs, Molnár Sansum Judit: Cultural Autonomy in Hungary: Inward or Outward Looking? Nationalities Papers (Cambridge University Press, online first, 2020), 1-16. Q1, Q2, IF 0,803
  • Feischmidt Margit: Deployed fears and suspended solidarity along the migratory route in Europe. Citizenship Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/13621025.2020.1755157. Q1, 1.240
  • Feischmidt Margit, Zakariás Ildikó: How Migration Experience Affects the Acceptance and Active Support of Refugees? Philanthropy and Paid Work of Hungarian Migrants in the German Immigrant Service. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies. IF 0.89
  • Feischmidt Margit: Memory-politics and neo-nationalism: Trianon as mythomoteur. Nationalities Papers (2020), 48: 1, 130–143 doi:10.1017/nps.2018.72. Q1, IF 0.803.
  • Feischmidt Margit, Zakariás Ildikó: Producing the nation through philanthropy: Legitimising coethnic and prorefugee civic action in Hungary. Nations and Nationalism, early view, 25 February 2020. Q2, IF 0,44.
  • Gerő Márton, Sik Endre: The Moral Panic Button: construction and Consequences. In: Elżbieta M. Goździak, Izabella Main, Brigitte Suter (eds) Europe and the Refugee Response. Routledge. London. p. 39-58.
  • Keller Tamás: Differences in Roma and non-Roma students’ ratings of their peers’ popularity: an inquiry into the oppositional culture in Hungarian schools with the use of a survey experiment. Quality & Quantity. Q2, IF 1,34.
  • Kovách Imre, Czibere Ibolya, Megyesi Boldizsár: Environmental Citizenship and Energy Efficiency in Four European Countries (Italy, The Netherlands, Switzerland and Hungary). Sustainability 2020, 12(3), 1154. IF 2,592.
  • Kovách Imre, Balogh Péter, Bujdos Ágnes, Czibere Ibolya, Fodor László, Gabnai Zoltán,  Nagy János: Main Motivational Factors of Farmers Adopting Precision Farming in Hungary. Agronomy 2020, 10(4), 610; https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy10040610 (registering DOI) pp 2-19. Q1, IF 2.259.
  • Kovács Éva: Limits of Universalization: The European Memory Sites of Genocide. The Holocaust/Genocide Template in Eastern Europe, edited by Ljiljana Radonić, Routledge 2019.
  • Körösényi András, Illés Gábor, Gyulai Attila: The Orbán Regime: Plebiscitary Leader Democracy in the Making. Routledge, May 2020.
  • Lukasz Gruszczynski: The COVID-19 Pandemic and International Trade: Temporary Turbulence or Paradigm Shift? European Journal of Risk Regulation (2020), 1-6. doi:10.1017/err.2020.29. Q2, SJR 0.33
  • Lukasz Gruszczynski, Margherita Melillo: The Vaping Crises in the United States: A Regulatory Failure? European Journal of Risk Regulation, vol. 11(1), pp. 131-140 (2020) Q2, SJR 0.33
  • Lukasz Gruszczynski, Jessica Lawrence: Trump, International Trade and Populism. Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, vol. 49, pp. 19-44 (2019). Q1  SJR 0.53
  • Megyesi Gergely Boldizsár, Nicole Bauer, Rares Halbac-Cotoara-Zamfir, Cristina Halbac-Cotoara-Zamfir: Attitudes and Environmental Citizenship. In: Conceptualizing Environmental Citizenship for 21st Century Education. Editors Andreas Ch. Hadjichambis, Pedro Reis, Demetra Paraskeva-Hadjichambi, Jan Činčera, Jelle Boeve-de Pauw, Niklas Gericke, Marie-Christine Knippels
  • Patkós Veronika, Szántó András: Does sophistication increase partisan bias? Evidence from a cross-national analysis. European Politics and Society, 2020 (Online first). Q2, Scimago 2-years citation score: 1,243.
  • Pócza Kálmán: Closing the Expectation Gap? Crisis of Hungarian Parliamentarism in the Inter-War Period. Remieg, Aerts; Carla, van Baalen; Henk, te Velde; Margit, van der Steen; Marie-Luise, Recker (szerk.) The Ideal of Parliament in Europe since 1800 (London: Palgrave Macmillan, (2019) pp. 139-158.)
  • Pócza Kálmán, Oliver W. Lembcke: Neue Wege der empirischen Verfassungsgerichtsforschung am Beispiel des Bundesverfassungsgerichts. Reutter, Werner (szerk.) Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit in Bundesländern (Wiesbaden: Springer Verlag, 2020, pp. 77-98.)
  • Susánszky Pál, Sylvia Kritzinger: The 2019 EP election in Hungary. The 2019 EP election in Hungary , in: Kritzinger, Sylvia, Carolina Plescia, Kolja Raube, James Wilhelm, and Jan Wouters, eds. Assessing the 2019 European Parliament Elections. Vol. 1. Routledge, 2020.
  • Susánszky Pál, Unger Anna, Kopper Ákos: Hungary’s Over-powerful Government Party and the Desperate Opposition. European Review. IF 0.316.
  • Szép Viktor, Peter Van Elsuwege: EU Sanctions Policy and the Alignment of Third Countries: Relevant Experiences for the UK? Routledge, Abingdon, 2020
  • Takács Judit, Daniel H. de Vries, John Kinsman, Svetla Tsolova, Massimo Ciotti: Methodology for assessment of public health preparedness and response synergies between institutional authorities and the community. BMC Health Services Research, 20, 411 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-020-05298-z. Q1, IF 1,932.