Réka Friedery

Réka Friedery
Download CV Research Fellow (TK JTI)
  • Department: Department of European Union Law and International Law
  • Academic Title: PhD
  • Administrative Duties: MTA TK JTI Jogtudományi alapkutatások monográfiasorozat, editor
  • Email: friedery.reka@tk.hu
  • Phone: +36/1/224-6700 / 5107
  • Building: MTA HTK (Floor, room: T.0.13.)
  • List of Publications (MTMT)
Research Interests
  • Fundamental (human) rights, union citizenship, European ombudsman, migration policy, asylum law
Selected Publications
  • Friedery Réka (2019): Developments in Family Reunification Cases before the CJEU BRATISLAVA LAW REVIEW 3 : 2 pp. 6-17.
  • Friedery Réka (2018): Az európai ombudsman. Budapest, MTA TK Társadalomtudományi Kutatóközpont, 2018, 180.p.
  • Friedery Réka (2018): National Identity and Loyalty in EU Law in the era of Migration? In Jozef Andrasko; Juraj, Hamulák; Silvia, Senková (eds): Representing National Identity and Principle of Loyalty in EU Law – Borders – Conflict – Harmonisation, Bratislava, Comenius University, Faculty of Law, pp. 23-28.
  • Friedery Réka (2018): Good administration through the lens of the CJEU: direction for the administrative bodies, Bratislava Law Review, 2018:1, pp. 116-122.
  • Friedery Réka, Fabio Marcelli (2017): The Right to Family Reunification in European Union Law and the CJEU Jurisprudence. In: Réka Friedery, Luigino Manca, Ralf Rosskopf (szerk.) Family Reunification: International, European and National Perspectives. Berlin: BWV Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, pp. 49-80.
  • Friedery Réka (2016): Migráció és integráció: a német modell, ACTA HUMANA: HUNGARIAN CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS PUBLICATIONS 4:(4) pp. 23-32.
  • Friedery Réka (2016): Fair Trial in Competition Matters: the European Ombudsman’s Perspective. In Csongor István Nagy: The Procedural Aspects of the Application of Competition Law. European Frameworks – Central European Perspectives, Europa Law Publishing, Groningen, 22-33.
  • Friedery Réka (2015): Unaccompanied Minors in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. In: Ralf Rosskopf (ed.) Unaccompanied Minors in International, European and National Law. Berlin, BWV-Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, 51-65.
  • Friedery Réka (2009) A hivatali visszásság, a maladministration az európai ombudsman nézőpontjából. Új Magyar Közigazgatás, (10−11): 20−28.
  • Friedery Réka (2009): Migration, Arbeitsmigration im Verhältnis Ungarn–Rumänien. AWR Bulletin, (2−3): 160−169.
Research Projects
  • Epidemiology and Law, 2020, Institue for Legal Studies, Centre for Social Sciences
  • Corruzione e Diritti Umani, 2019, La Sapenzia University
  • DEMOS-H2020, Democratic Efficacy and the Varieties of Populism in Europe, 2019-2020, Centre for Social Sciences
  • “Family reunification”, AWR – Association for the Study of World Refugee Problem, 2016-2017
  • “The appearance of soft law during the European Ombudsman’s Procedure”, Bolyai Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2015-2018
  • “Application of Competition Law in the Visegrad Countries”, Visegrad Fund Project (No. 21420415), 2015
  • “Comparative analyses of the federal markets”, MTA Federal Markets “Momentum” Research Group, 2015-2016
  • ”Unaccompanied minors”, AWR- Association for the Study of World Refugee Problem, 2015
  • Human Rights Encyclopedia (HU), HAS Centre for Social Sciences Institute for Legal Studies, 2012
  • Legal Encyclopedia (HU), HAS Institute for Legal Studies 2010
  • “The Impact of the Treaty of Lisbon on the Hungarian Legal Order”, OTKA-76488, HAS Institute for Legal Studies, 2009-2012
  • “The effects of the EU accession to the Hungarian Legal Order and Administration” NKFP6-00075/2005, 2007-2011
  • “Potential role for Hungary in the East, Central and South East European Regional Development” Commissioned by the Office for National Development, Centre for Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences 2006
  • “Possibilities in the Hungarian legal order regarding expedited judicial review procedure in competition matters” Commissioned by the Hungarian Competition Authority, HAS Institute for Legal Studies 2005