European Social Survey chosen as the winner of the LPV Award for 2020

The selection committee for the Lijphart/Przworski/Verba Dataset Award, given annually by the Comparative Politics Section of the American Political Science Association for the best dataset in comparative politics have chosen the European Social Survey (ESS) as the winner of the LPV Award for 2020.  

The Committee was impressed with the quality of ESS surveys, their regularity of release, the ease of use of the ESS Website, and the number of important and innovative research projects that have made use of ESS data.

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Certificate of Research Excellence

Since the Centre for Social Sciences has complied with the requirements of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences which follow international standards it has been authorised to use the label Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence, according to the Certificate of Excellence awarded recently.

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Our researchers at the Annual Conference of POLTEXT in Tokyo, Japan

Institute for Political Science

The 3rd Annual Conference of the POLTEXT international text mining community was held on September 13-15 at Waseda University in Tokyo. Organized by Kohei Watanabe, Lisa Lechner and Miklós Sebők (the principal investigator of the POLTEXT project at the Centre of Social Sciences, Budapest) the event featured tutorials and presentations by three other researchers of CSS: Márton Bene, Zoltán Kacsuk and Martina Szabó. For more information see poltextconference.org and poltext.tk.mta.hu.

PhD Conference - Call For Contributions

Institute for Political Science

The study of political phenomena has attracted scholars from different disciplines (such as comparative politics, political economy, political sociology and political communication), who approach intertwined questions from distinct perspectives. The resulting discourses, however, rarely engage with each other, while a comprehensive understanding of politics requires the joint application of diverse theoretical and methodological approaches, as well as syntheses of their results. This year’s instalment of our graduate conference, organised for the fifth time, aims to promote joint discourse and reflection by providing a forum for doctoral candidates and (post)graduate students engaged in political research