Research interests: comparative politics, party competition, social movements, political participation, crisis politics, cleavages, Eastern Europe, research methods. You can find more information about my ongoing research, published in scientific, or general media outlets.
Previously I received my PhD in December 2018 from the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the European University Institute, with a thesis on “Parties and protests in crisis-hit Europe: continuity and change in the structure of political conflict”. Before that I studied political science at the Central European University (still) in Budapest, focusing on electoral politics. You can find my more detailed cv here.
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recent news [full archive]
|Jan 20, 2021||Panel discussion – in Hungarian – “Will 2021 continue to be a year of crises?”, together with Zsoldos István (economist and data scientist), and Sipos Katalin (biologist), organized by the Energihajó podcast and Qubit.hu. For more info click here.|
|Dec 5, 2020||Roundtable – in Hungarian – on the 2020 Romanian Parliamentary Elections, together with Csilla Zsigmond and István Gergő Székely, organized by Transindex.ro, see here.|
|Oct 26, 2020||New project presenting the collection of public opinion polls conducted in the run up to the 2020 Romanian Parliamentary Elections, see here. Also see our op-ed in Libertatea written with Raluca Toma and Gábor Tóka.|
selected publications [full list]
- Party PoliticsTwo faces of party system stability: Programmatic change and party replacementParty Politics 2020
- EJPRDifferent worlds of contention? Protest in Northwestern, Southern and Eastern EuropeEuropean Journal of Political Research 2020
- Party PoliticsProtesting Parties in Europe: A comparative analysis:Party Politics 2020