The researchers of the HAS CSS Institute for Legal Studies also contributed to the application for the research funding, which has been awarded a one billion HUF grant by the European Union under Horizon 2020.
The HAS Centre for Social Sciences Institute for Legal Studies refuses the unwarranted media-attacks against the academic work of the Institute and its colleagues. Our colleagues follow the universal academic standards at all times and carry out their research in order to enhance Hungarian science and culture.
Zoltán Szente, Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz (eds), New Challenges to Constitutional Adjudication in Europe ‒ A Comparative Perspective, Routledge, 2018 has just been published
“A Magyar Tudományos Akadémia helyzete és reformlehetőségei” (The Situation and Reform Opportunities of the Hungarian Academy Of Sciences) has just been published
András L. Pap: “Democratic Decline in Hungary: Law and Society in an Illiberal Democracy” has been published
“Comparative Constitutional Reasoning” (eds. András Jakab, Arthur Dyevre and Giulio Itzcovich) has just been published
The archive and the newest issue of Acta Juridica - Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies are available free of charge
The researchers of the HAS CSS Institute for Legal Studies stand in solidarity with the CEU
The Central European University provides access to the most remarkable foreign language library in Hungary: aside from the wide scope of books, it makes available an incredibly rich collection of professional journals and valuable databases to the readers . The law collection of the library is of particular importance to our Institute. Losing this collection would mean an irretrievable loss.
The CEU as a university represents an outstanding quality both in research and in higher education, which ensures its position amongst the world’s top universities (for instance in political sciences) and inspires other Hungarian research institutions in the field of social sciences and legal studies.
Many countries in our region would doubtlessly welcome the CEU, considering the financial advantage of its presence as well as the gain in prestige. But aside from the loss our research would suffer the responsibility, which we feel for our country, makes us think that it would be sorrowful if the positive effect of the CEU could not be enjoyed by Hungary any longer.