Zoltán Ádám
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State and faith: Right-wing populism and nationalized religion in Hungary
A Bozóki, Z Ádám
Intersections 2 (1), 2016
362016
’The God of Hungarians’. Religion and Right Wing Populism in Hungary
Z Ádám, A Bozóki
Saving the people: How populists hijack religion, 129-147, 2016
172016
FDI: good or bad?
Z Ádám
SEER-South-East Europe Review for Labour and Social Affairs, 73-87, 2000
142000
Explaining orbán: A political transaction cost theory of authoritarian populism
Z Ádám
Problems of Post-Communism 66 (6), 385-401, 2019
122019
Fine-tuning foreign investment: Differentiating FDI and portfolio investment in post-communist East Central Europe
Z Adam
Second EPIC Workshop in Florence, May, 16-22, 2002
122002
From Surrogate Religion to Surrogate Democracy: Paganized Christianity and Right-wing Populism in Hungary
Z Ádám, A Bozóki
Department of Polifical Science, Central European University, 2015
11*2015
From democratic to authoritarian populism: Comparing pre-and post-2010 Hungarian pension policies
Z Ádám, A Simonovits
Acta Oeconomica 69 (3), 333-355, 2019
92019
Autonomy and capacity: a state-centred approach to post-communist transition in Central Europe
Z Ádám
Centre for the Study of Economic and Social Change in Europe, SSEES, UCL, 2004
72004
Re-feudalizing democracy: an approach to authoritarian populism taken from institutional economics
Z Ádám
Journal of Institutional Economics, 1-14, 2019
62019
Ultra‐orthodoxy and selective voluntarism: How did the Orbán regime react to the first wave of the pandemic?
Z Ádám
European Policy Analysis 6 (2), 277-292, 2020
22020
What is populism? An institutional economics approach with reference to Hungary
Z Ádám
Corvinus University of Budapest, 2018
22018
The power of path dependence? State capacity and autonomy in East Central Europe during transition
Z Ádám
Competitio 3 (1), 2004
22004
Authoritarian populism at work: A political transaction cost approach with reference to Viktor Orbán’s Hungary
Z Ádám
UCL Centre for Comparative Studies of Emerging Economies Working Papers 2018 (2), 2018
12018
Fejlődésértelmezések: a latin-amerikai és kelet-ázsiai fejlődés államközpontú értelmezése
Z Ádám
Competitio 5 (1), 115-130, 2006
12006
Autonomy and Capacity
Z Ádám
A State-Centred Approach to Post, 2004
12004
Imported ideas adopted locally–Hungarian bureaucratic changes in the 1990s
Z Ádám
SEER-South-East Europe Review for Labour and Social Affairs, 147-156, 2000
12000
The editors would like to thank the following who have acted as referees in the year up to June 2020
A Abetemarco, A Acheampong, Z Adam, R Adelstein, E Agbloyor, ...
Journal of Institutional Economics 16, 955-958, 2020
2020
The editors would like to thank the following who have acted as referees in the year up to June 2019
Y Abesselo, Z Ádám, R Adelstein, R Agrawal, A Akarcay, B Albrecht, ...
Journal of Institutional Economics 15, 1075-1078, 2019
2019
Radical right-wing populism and nationalized religion in Hungary
Z Ádám, A Bozóki
Resisting exclusion, 91-108, 2019
2019
What is (authoritarian) populism? An institutional economics approach with reference to Hungary
Z Ádám
UCL Centre for Comparative Studies of Emerging Economies Working Papers 2018 (2), 2018
2018
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