Nóra Chronowski

Nóra Chronowski
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Research Interests
  • Constitutional law, constitutional theory, comparative and EU constitutional law, human rights law
Selected Publications
  1. Chronowski, Nóra – Drinóczi, Tímea – Petrétei, József: Multidimensional Protection of Universal Human Rights in Hungary. In The Universalism of Human Rights (ed. A. Rainer) ISBN 978-94-007-4509-4 Springer 2013, pp. 369-390
  2. Chronowski, Nóra: The new Hungarian Fundamental Law in the light of the European Union’s normative values. Revue Est Europa – 2012 numéro spéciale 1, pp. 111-142
  3. Chronowski, Nóra: Integration of European Human Rights Standard – the Accession of EU to the ECHR. In Efektywność europejskiego systemu ochrony praw człowieka (red. Jerzy Jaskiernia) Adam Marszałek, Toruń 2012, pp. 957-975
  4. Blutman, László – Chronowski, Nóra: Hungarian Constitutional Court: Keeping Aloof from European Union Law. International Constitutional Law Vol. 5, 2011/3, pp. 329-348
  5. Chronowski, Nóra – Drinóczi, Tímea – Ernszt, Ildikó: Hungary. In International Law and Domestic Legal Systems – Incorporation, Transformation, and Persuasion (ed. Dinah Shelton) Oxford University Press, Oxford 2011, pp. 259-287
  6. Chronowski, Nóra – Drinóczi, Tímea – Petrétei, József: The Governmental System of Hungary. In Governmental Systems of Central and Eastern European States (eds. Chronowski, Nóra – Drinóczi, Tímea – Takács, Tamara) ISBN: 9788326402098 Wolters Kluwer Polska, Warszawa 2011, pp. 299-366
  7. Chronowski, Nóra: Concept of Sovereignty, EU Membership and Hungarian Constitutionalism. In Evolution of Constitutionalism in the Selected States of Central and Eastern Europe (eds. Jarosław Matwiejuk, Krzysztof Prokop) Temida 2, Białystok 2010, pp. 20-38
  8. Chronowski Nóra – Drinóczi Tímea – Zeller Judit: Túl az alkotmányon… [Beyond the Constitution] Közjogi Szemle Vol. 3, 2010/4. pp. 1-12.
  9. Chronowski, Nóra: Europeanization of the Term „Constitution” – ECJ and the Establishing Treaties of EC / EU. In The Process of Constitutionalisation of the EU and Related Issues (ed. Nadiezda Siskova) Europa Law Publishing, Amsterdam-Groningen 2008, pp. 51-72.
  10. Chronowski Nóra: „Integrálódó” alkotmányjog. Dialóg Campus Kiadó, Budapest-Pécs 2005, pp. 367
Research Projects
  • Changes of Cardinal (Two-Thirds Majority) Laws in Hungary 2010-2014 (HU)
  • 2013 – “Procedural constitutionality” – National Scientific Research Fund (OTKA) research group member (2013-2017) 
    Project 10-ECRP-028 – International Law through the National Prism: the Impact of Judicial Dialogue, Principal investigator: Prof. Anna Wyrozumska (2012-2013)
  • 2012 – Bolyai János Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Science (2012-2015), research project: Business and human rights
  • 2011 – SUNICOP Inter-university Cooperation Pécs-Osiek, teaching (European Constitutional Law in academic year 2011/12 autumn semester) and curriculum development (IPA course: Human rights protection at international, supranational and national level, teaching material: Human Rights Protection in the EU)
  • 2010 – EUNICOP Inter-university Cooperation Pécs-Osiek, researcher and teacher (Comparative European Constitutionalism in academic year 2009/10 spring semester)
  • 2008 – Jean Monnet Chair Project “Teaching European Constitutionality” – chair holder, supported by the European Commission from 2008 to 2011
  • 2006 – Gender Budgeting in practice” – international research cooperation supported by European Commission. Partners from Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Austria, Italy and Hungary, supported in 2006-2007
  • 2005 – Postdoctoral Scholarship ‘Deák Ferenc’ of Hungarian Ministry of Education (thesis and research program: Developing Hungarian Constitutional System after EU-Accession)
  • 2003 – EUNICUM Curricula Development Project, SOCRATES/ERASMUS application, international cooperation of law-faculties for common education of EU constitutional aspects, supported by the European Commission in 2004-2006
  • 2002 – ‘Relations of national and supranational constitutional orders, and the possible improvement of Hungarian constitutional system in respect of EU accession’ – thematic research submission and program, supported by National Scientific Research Fund in 2002-2005