Research Projects

The research projects of the Institute for Legal Studies are launched to in order to conduct research on a specific topic for a definite period of time, and are recognized as such by the Centre for Social Sciences. The project staff are selected according to the project’s research topic, and may include researchers from several departments, research groups or institutes. Researchers may simultaneously work on/contribute to more than one project. The tasks related to the management of a research projects are fulfilled by its principal investigator. Research projects are typically funded by internal or external sources.

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Crises and democracy: the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on V4 country's electoral systems

Principal Investigators: Boldizsár Szentgáli-Tóth 

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Enhancing Minority Rights Using Group Litigation in Europe

Principal Investigator: Zsolt Körtvélyesi

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How does the law adapt, resist and learn? The responsiveness of the Hungarian legal system 2010-2018

Principal Investigators: Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz

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IJOTEN Online Legal Encyclopedia

Principal investigator: Gábor Sulyok 

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Legal approaches to operationalize nationality and ethnicity 

Principal Investigator: András L. Pap

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Populism in policy and law-making

Principal investigator: Zsolt Boda

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Potential risks and opportunities in the regulation and application of Artificial Intelligence

Principal investigator: Kitti Mezei

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The Historical Constitution of Hungary then and now

Principal Investigator: Gábor Schweitzer

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The role and impact of legal culture on the stability of the rule of law

Principal Investigator: György Gajduschek

 

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Past projects

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