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POPULISM in CENTRAL and EASTERN EUROPE

Work in Progress

BENCZES, Istvan (Corvinus University of Budapest): ‘Economic populism: From a macroeconomic perspective to a micro view’

BENCZES, Istvan (Corvinus University of Budapest): ‘Taking back control over the economy: Reconceptualising economic populism’

KOLLAI, Istvan (Corvinus University of Budapest): ‘From crony- to feudal capitalism: Evolvement of personal dependencies within capitalism’

KOLLAI, Istvan (Corvinus University of Budapest): ‘Urban-rural inequalities in CEE and their political consequences’

KOLLAI, Istvan (Corvinus University of Budapest): ‘Feudalizmus: több mint metafora?’ (in Hungarian)

KUBIK, Jan (UCL): ‘A Culture War Over the Shape of Public Sphere in Poland’

PETSINIS, Vassilis (University of Tartu): ‘Refugee crisis and the populist and radical right in Estonia and Latvia’

PETTAI, Vello (University fo Tartu): ‘Foresight scenarios on populism: Imagining Central and Eastern European politics in 2030’

PIEKARSKA-DURAJ, Łucja and SADECKA, Agnieszka (Jagiellonian University): ‘The Curse of/on the Clergy: Backlash Against the Catholic Church in Poland post-2015’

PIEKARSKA-DURAJ, Łucja and SADECKA, Agnieszka (Jagiellonian University): ‘Populism, Neo-Traditionalism and the Backlash Against Catholic Church in Post-2015 Poland: the debates around “The Curse” and “Clergy”’

SADECKA, Agnieszka (Jagiellonian University): ‘Post-transformational dissatisfaction in Poland and the rise of populism’

STYCZYNSKA, Natasza (Jagiellonian University): ‘Populist Euroscepticism in Poland: Defining the main research areas’

SZABÓ, Krisztina (Corvinus University of Budapest): ‘On a wild-goose chase. Economic populism and economic rationale of populism. A Quantitative and Qualitative Text Analysis’

VIGVARI, Gabor (Corvinus University of Budapest): ‘Disembeddedness in Central and Eastern Europe: a Polanyian approach to emerging populism’

VIGVARI, Gabor (Corvinus University of Budapest): ‘Re-embedding neoliberalism: neoliberal populism in ECE’