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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Constitutional Courts under Pressure

Principal Investigators: Fruzsina Gárdos-OroszZoltán Szente

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The Development of Electoral Laws and Party Systems in East-Central Europe (HU)

Principal Investigator: Iván Halász

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Enhancing Minority Rights Using Group Litigation in Europe

Principal Investigator: Zsolt Körtvélyesi

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How to Measure the Quality of Judicial Reasoning

Principal Investigator: Mátyás Bencze

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Human Rights Encyclopedia (HU)

Principal Investigator: Vanda Lamm

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Human Rights of Asylum Seekers in Italy and Hungary

Principal Investigator: Balázs Majtényi

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National Legal Bibliography (HU)

Principal Investigator: Gábor Schweitzer

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Policy Opportunities for Hungary in the European Union: the Analysis of the Legal Framework (MTA Lendület-HPOPs Research Group)

Principal Investigator:  Márton Varju

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Using Collective Procedures to Enforce Minority Group Claims

Principal Investigator: Zsolt Körtvélyesi

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Past projects

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