Our colleagues

 
 
Horn Gábor

Horn Gábor graduated from Marx Károly University of Economical Science in 1980 (now: Corvinus University) with a teacher of economics degree. In his early years studying at the University, he was a part of the Rajk László College for Advanced Studies in Social Theory, then the Social Theory College for Advanced Studies too. For ten years he was teaching political economics and finances, then he took part in forming the Polytechnic of Economics – until 2002, he worked as the pedagogical leader of the institution. Around the fall of communism ...

 
 
Dániel Mikecz

Dániel Mikecz graduated as political scientist at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. He writes his doctoral thesis on the Hungarian global justice movement. Since 2015 he is a researcher at the Republikon Institute. From 2010 he holds various courses at the Eötvös Loránd University on protest movements and political participation. Since 2013 he is also a Junior Research Fellow at the Institute of Political Science at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Daniel publishes articles in academic journals and weekly, daily newspapers on...

 
 
Andrea Virág

Andrea Virág, Director of Strategy at Republikon Institue. She studied political science at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Faculty of Law and Political Science; survey statistics at ELTE, Faculty of Social Sciences, and history at the ELTE, Faculty of Humanities. Her main interests of research include Hungarian voter behavior and party system, as well as context effects in quantitative research. Previously she has gained experience in quantitative and qualitative research in university projects, participated in the work of the MTA RECENS r...

 
 
Zsolt Nagy

Zsolt Nagy, coordinator of organizational, communicational and administrational tasks related to ongoing projects at Republikon Institute. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 2017, and with a master’s degree at ELTE , Faculty of Law (Institute of Political Sciences) in 2019. He participated in several student-led organizations (Prokon, Students’ Union, Millenium Society), managed projects and supervised academic work. His main interests of research are hybrid regimes, process of hybridization and the evolution of Hu...

 
 
Márton Schlanger

Márton Schlanger is a researcher at the Republikon Institute. He graduated in 2019 from the Faculty of Law of Eötvös Loránd University as a political scientist. He then continued his studies at the MSc in Economics and Public Policy of the Corvinus University of Budapest. He had been actively involved in the life of several university organizations. For instance, he was first a member and then the president of ELTE ÁJK Külügyi Kör, and he was a lecturer at the Free University of Secondary Schoolers. He mainly engages in European and Hungaria...

 
 

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