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Programme 2nd UECEP Conference 2019
Call for Papers 2nd UECEP Conference 2019

FROM THE AIRPORT TO THE CITY CENTRE

The airport shuttle may be the most comfortable choice but a taxi or public transportation is also convenient. Bus line 100E offers passenger service between Liszt Ferenc International Airport and the city centre. Corvinus University can be easily reached from the ‘Kálvin tér’ stop (following Corvin negyed). Only the 900 HUF Airport shuttle bus single ticket is accepted available at vending machines.

https://www.bud.hu/en/passengers/transport

https://bkk.hu/en/airport-shuttle/

How to get to Corvinus

MAP

https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=10FNjjDgxA2-vjD0T_qyOxvMoF23-rvkk&ll=47.49317504803737%2C19.067374492813087&z=14

Marked: Accommodation options, stops (including Railway stations and the Airport), Corvinus University Building C (New Build.) and various attractions.

From the hotels offered you can take either tram 47 or 49 to Fővám tér or tram 4 or 6 then tram 2 to Zsil utca. From Fővám tér you can walk through the Central Market Hall which was awarded FIABCI Prix d’Excellence and Best Market in Europe (CNN Travel Europe, 2013). The Corvinus New Building is behind the market (7-storey-window building). You can buy public transport tickets at the Metro stations (both Kálvin tér or Corvin negyed). Walking from Kálvin tér to the university is a 10 minutes’ walk. All the Routes can be followed in the digital map.

The pricing system for all public transport vehicles is uniform. You are required to buy your tickets prior to travelling at Customer Service Points (BKK) or at ticket vending machines. A Single ticket costs HUF 350. Getting your ticket onboard the bus (available only on buses) an additional 100 HUF cost is charged (total HUF 450).

Daily tickets and special passes are also available fitting as requested.

Accomodation Single Room rate/night Breakfast and Tax Included Address
4* Hotels
Fraser Residence ~€109 Yes 31 Nagytemplom u.
Budapest (8th District)
Brody House ~€125-140 Partly 10 Bródy Sándor utca
Budapest (8th District)
Lifestyle Hotel ~€135-155 No 4 Hőgyes Endre utca
Budapest (9th District)
3* Hotels
Inn Side Hotel Kalvin House ~€89 Yes 6 Gönczy Pál utca
Budapest (9th District)
Residence Baron ~€160-170 Yes 4 Só utca
Budapest (5th District)
Apartments
Corvin Center Suites ~€71-85 No 34-36 Futó utca
Budapest (8th District)

WIFI in and around the meeting rooms during the Conference

username: UnderstandingECE

password: UnderstandingECE2018


BUDAPEST ATTRACTIONS

As a place for several major attractions in Europe – the largest thermal water system in the world, the first Underground Railroad on the continent, the third largest Parliament building in the world and the largest Synagogue in Europe – Budapest has no shortage of things to see. The Buda Castle (World Heritage), Basilica of St Stephen, House of Terror, Heroes’ Square, our bridges and boat tours are strongly suggested. (The Hungarian National Museum is very close to Kálvin tér; the Museum Garden is being renewed but throughout the renovation works the exhibitions of the Museum will remain open according to the usual opening hours.)

http://hnm.hu/en (Hungarian National Museum)

http://www.budapest.com/city_guide/attractions.en.html

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/hungary/budapest/sights

http://visitbudapest.travel/

10 May 2018 (Thursday)

Venue: Faculty Club, Central Building, Corvinus Universityof Budapest (8. Fővám square)

4.20pm – 4.50pm Registration.

5.00pm – 5.15pm Welcome address. Prof András Lánczi, Rectorof the Corvinus University of Budapest

5.15pm – 6.00pm Keynote lecture: Dancing towards thePrecipice – The Western View of the World and ECE. Prof Andreas Kinneging(University of Leiden)

6.00pm – 8.00pm Welcome dinner. (RVSP)


11 May 2018 (Friday)  

Venue: New Building, Corvinus University of Budapest (4-6.Közraktár street)

8.30am – 9.00am Registration. (at room 510)


9.00am – 10.30am Session 1

Panel 1: Hungarian Politics (Room 429). Chair: Éva Ványi

Zsófia Papp: Policy responsiveness under mixed-memberelectoral rules. The substantive representation of rural interests in theHungarian Parliament

Eszter Galgóczi: Does hate speech influence people’sattitude?

Adrienn Vajda: Female candidates and the 2018 parliamentaryelection in Hungary

Dániel Róna: Economic voting in Hungary

Éva Ványi: Understanding the politicization of bureaucratsin Hungary. The background of the highly politicized senior civil service inHungary


Panel 2: Public Policy and Public Administration (Room 510).Chair: Miroslav Barták

Miroslav Barták: Analysis of social services planning in theÚstí Region

Márton Ugrósdy: Policy transfer in the Hungarian publicadministration context: what makes it work and what doesn’t?

Iga Kender-Jeziorska: How to trigger an epidemic: Localpoliticians and harm reduction services in Budapest

Beáta Gavurová: The implementation of health policy at theregional level


10.30am – 11.00am Coffee break


11.00am – 12.30pm Session 2

Panel 1: Visegrad Cooperation (Room 429) Chair: SándorGallai

Katalin Miklóssy: Regional strategic culture in theVisegrad-countries: Poland and Hungary

Sándor Gallai: The Political Importance of the VisegradCooperation

Nóra Sokolowski-Lázár: V4 Connects – The HungarianPresidency 2017/2018 of the Visegrad Group.

József Dúró: Becoming Mainstream? Euroscepticism amongEstablished Parties in Visegrad Countries


Panel 2: EU, Populism (Room 510). Chair: Zoltán Kántor

András Tóth: Crisis of Globalization and EconomicNationalism: Understanding the Rise of Populist Nationalist Right and Movingaway from the European Model in the European periphery

Milan Kurucz: Comparison of impact of political and economicconditions in Slovakia and Hungary on their relations to the EU

Péter Balogh: Understanding Hungarian and East CentralEuropean politics through national narratives

Zoltán Kántor: Kin-state politics from an electoralperspective: kin-votes at kin-state elections

 

12.30pm – 1.30pm Lunch break

 

1.30pm – 3.00pm Session 3

Panel 1: European Union and ECE Countries (Room 429) Chair:Zoltán Török

Michał Dulák: How much left do we have from “honest brokers”in the EU? Effectiveness of the EU presidency under the Lisbon Treaty regime.Case of the Central and Eastern European Member States

Besnik Pula: Configuring globalized capitalisms: assemblyplatforms, intermediate producers, and combined roles in Central and EasternEurope

Gábor Molnár – Károly Mike – István Boza: Do BusinessAssociations Support Rent-Seeking? The Case of EU Funds in Hungary

Zoltán Török: Unintended Outcomes. Effects of the EU and theIMF on Hungary’s public sector and administrative reforms


Panel 2: Populism, Nationalism (Room 510). Chair: HeinoNyyssönen

Veronica Anghel: The Road to Illiberalism: Informality andPersonalized Politics in New Democracies

Heino Nyyssönen: “Bold Nations” and their prestige: recentPoland and Hungary in comparison

Arzuu Sheranova: Why populism and nationalism are asuccessful combination in Hungary: a theoretical explanation

Csaba Molnár: Have the Jobbik’s policy proposals become moremoderate?


3.00pm – 3.30pm Coffee break

 

3.30pm – 5.00pm Session 4

Panel 1: Leadership (Room 429). Chair: András Körösényi

András Körösényi – Gábor Illés: Selective responsiveness andniche policy-making: Orbán’s executive leadership in a comparative perspective

Rudolf Metz – Dániel Oross: Strong personalities’ impact onHungarian party politics. Comparing Viktor Orbán’s and Gábor Vona’s leadershipthrough party transformation

Ameni Mehrez: Understanding European Foreign Policy andPolitical Behavior: Angela Merkel and Viktor Orbán

Réka Várnagy: Using parliamentary resources for partybuilding – the role of PPG leaders

 

Panel 2: Theory of Democracy and Sovereignty (Room 510).Chair: Hana Formanková

Astrid Lorenz – Hana Formanková: The puzzlingdemocratisation in Czechia. Empirical findings and the need for theoreticalrearrangements

András Szántó: Schumpeterian and epistemic democracy in ECEcountries

Gergely Rajnai: Consolidation of power in post-socialistCentral European countries

Vilmos Nagy: Does financial sovereignty pay? Weighingnational sovereignty against financial conditionality

Zoltán Balázs: FIDESZ: A Case Study in Political Ontology

 

5.00pm – 5.30pm Conference closing and farewell drink.Farewell address, Sándor Gallai (Director, Institute for Political Science,CUB)

Abstracts

1st UECEP Conference Abstracts Session 04 Panel 02
1st UECEP Conference Abstracts Session 04 Panel 01
1st UECEP Conference Abstracts Session 03 Panel 02
1st UECEP Conference Abstracts Session 03 Panel 01
1st UECEP Conference Abstracts Session 02 Panel 02
1st UECEP Conference Abstracts Session 02 Panel 01
1st UECEP Conference Abstracts Session 01 Panel 02
1st UECEP Conference Abstracts Session 01 Panel 01

FROM THE AIRPORT TO THE CITY CENTRE

The airport shuttle may be the most comfortable choice but ataxi or public transportation is also convenient. Bus line 100E offerspassenger service between Liszt Ferenc International Airport and the citycentre. Corvinus University can be easily reached from the ‘Kálvin tér’ stop(following Corvin negyed). Only the 900 HUF Airport shuttle bus single ticketis accepted available at vending machines.

https://www.bud.hu/en/passengers/transport

https://bkk.hu/en/airport-shuttle/

How to get to Corvinus

MAP

https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=10FNjjDgxA2-vjD0T_qyOxvMoF23-rvkk&ll=47.49317504803737%2C19.067374492813087&z=14

Marked: Accommodation options, stops (including Railwaystations and the Airport), Corvinus University Building C (New Build.) andvarious attractions.

From the hotels offered you can take either tram 47 or 49 toFővám tér or tram 4 or 6 then tram 2 to Zsil utca. From Fővám tér you can walkthrough the Central Market Hall which was awarded FIABCI Prix d’Excellence andBest Market in Europe (CNN Travel Europe, 2013). The Corvinus New Building isbehind the market (7-storey-window building). You can buy public transporttickets at the Metro stations (both Kálvin tér or Corvin negyed). Walking fromKálvin tér to the university is a 10 minutes’ walk. All the Routes can befollowed in the digital map.

The pricing system for all public transport vehicles isuniform. You are required to buy your tickets prior to travelling at CustomerService Points (BKK) or at ticket vending machines. A Single ticket costs HUF 350.Getting your ticket onboard the bus (available only on buses) an additional 100HUF cost is charged (total HUF 450).

Daily tickets and special passes are also available fittingas requested.

AccomodationSingle Room rate/nightBreakfast and Tax IncludedAddress
4* Hotels
Fraser Residence~€109Yes 31 Nagytemplom u.
Budapest (8th District)
Brody House ~€125-140Partly 10 Bródy Sándor utca
Budapest (8th District)
Lifestyle Hotel ~€135-155 No 4 Hőgyes Endre utca
Budapest (9th District)
3* Hotels
Inn Side Hotel Kalvin House ~€89Yes 6 Gönczy Pál utca
Budapest (9th District)
Residence Baron ~€160-170 Yes 4 Só utca
Budapest (5th District)
Apartments
Corvin Center Suites ~€71-85 No34-36 Futó utca
Budapest (8th District)

WIFI in and around the meeting rooms during the Conference

username: UnderstandingECE

password: UnderstandingECE2018


BUDAPEST ATTRACTIONS

As a place for several major attractions in Europe – thelargest thermal water system in the world, the first Underground Railroad onthe continent, the third largest Parliament building in the world and thelargest Synagogue in Europe – Budapest has no shortage of things to see. TheBuda Castle (World Heritage), Basilica of St Stephen, House of Terror, Heroes’Square, our bridges and boat tours are strongly suggested. (The HungarianNational Museum is very close to Kálvin tér; the Museum Garden is being renewedbut throughout the renovation works the exhibitions of the Museum will remainopen according to the usual opening hours.)

http://hnm.hu/en (Hungarian National Museum)

http://www.budapest.com/city_guide/attractions.en.html

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/hungary/budapest/sights

http://visitbudapest.travel/

https://www.classictic.com/en/special/budapest_concerts_30e0t0f/2606/?gclid=CjwKCAjwwuvWBRBZEiwALXqjwweBBIeEmHrUJOWOUCOuzY1BJLr1Fa_Jn-46huL2EaQ4xmoPouGNqRoCNTIQAvD_BwE&date_from=10-05-2018&date_until=21-10-2018(Music, Dance, Festival)

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Corvinus Contacts

Dr. Ványi Éva eva.vanyi@uni-corvinus.hu Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Politikatudományi Tanszék
Egyetemi docens / Associate Professor
C épület, 304.2
Telefon: +36 1 482 7380 • Mellék: 7380
Dr. Dúró József jozsef.duro@uni-corvinus.hu Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Politikatudományi Tanszék
Egyetemi Adjunktus / Assistant Professor
C épület, C.320.
Telefon: +36 1 482 7392 • Mellék: 7392
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