Dr András Tétényi
Institute of World Economy, Corvinus University of Budapest
WP1 and WP5 Researcher
Within this project on the one hand I shall seek to conceptualise and operationalise economic inequality and economic insecurity in order to assess whether these factors can create a demand for populist policy solutions. The intention is to create an econometric model with which the research can pinpoint those independent indicators which exacerbate the demand for populist policies. A second task of mine in the project will be to take a look at the connection between an increase in the number of asylum seekers in Central and Eastern Europe, and demand for populism.
- Szabó, K., Szent-Iványi, B. and Tétényi, A. (2019) ‘While the cat’s away, the mice will play? The politics of aid in East Central Europe’ in Olivié, I. and Pérez, A. (eds) Aid Power: The Politics of Aid Policy. London: Routledge (forthcoming)
- Tétényi, A., Barczikay, T. and Szent-Iványi, B. (2018) ‘Refugees, not economic migrants – Why asylum seekers register in Hungary?’ International Migration, Special Issue, pp. 1-18.
- Beneš, V., Chabiera, T., Mišík, M., Szent-Iványi, B. and Tétényi, A. (2018) Brexit, Post-Brexit Europe and the V4 Potential Impacts, Interests, and Perceptions. Birmingham: Aston University
- Tétényi, A. (2018) ‘The mixed messages and results of Hungarian international development policy’ in Batory, A., Cartwright, A. and Stone, D. (eds) Policy Experiments, Failures and Innovations in Post-Accession Central and Eastern Europe. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 152-169
- Szent-Iványi, B. and Tétényi, A. (2013) ‘The East-Central European New Donors: Mapping Capacity Building and Remaining Challenges’, Journal of International Development, 25(6), pp. 819-831