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Best Article in the European Journal of International Relations 2021

August 23, 2021
Xymena Kurowska and Anatoly Reshetnikov have been awarded the European International Studies Association 2021 Best Article Prize in European Journal of International Relations for their paper “Trickstery: pluralising stigma in international society.”

Job talks for the position of Assistant Professor of International Political Economy (June 17-18, 2021)

June 12, 2021

Dr. Dora Piroska is Associate Professor at Corvinus University of Budapest and a Visiting Professor at the IR Department of Central European University. She holds a PhD from the CEU in Political Science/IR track. Her research focuses on the international political economy (IPE) of banking and finance, banking regulation and development finance.

Xymena Kurowska becomes co-editor of the Journal of International Relations and Development (JIRD)

January 18, 2021

In January 2021, Xymena Kurowska from the International Relations department and Saskia Stachowitsch, Professor of international politics at Vienna University, take over the editorship of Journal of International Relations and Development (JIRD) which is the flagship journal of the Central and East European International Studies Association (CEEISA). They will continue tireless effort of Paul Roe of the IR department and Ákos Kopper of ELTE, Budapest.

Xymena Kurowska discusses her interdisciplinary research, international political sociology, and interpetive approaches and methods in a new interview for E-IR

September 27, 2020

Xymena Kurowska is Associate Professor of International Relations at Central European University in Vienna and Budapest. She received her doctorate in political and social sciences from European University Institute (EUI) in Florence. She works within international political sociology, with particular focus on security theory, psychosocial and anthropological approaches in the study of politics, relational and interpretive methodologies, and the ethics of academic practice.

Professor Piroska on emergency economic policy-making in Central Europe

August 27, 2020

Mitigating the COVID-19 effect
Emergency economic policy-making in Central Europe

This paper analyses the economic policy-making in the first phase of the epidemic in five Central Europe countries, Austria, Czechia, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia, whose economic structure is characterized by strong export orientation. The focus is on the participatory character of the governments' COVID-19 packages, on their design, and targets.