Marie-Pierre Granger (Associate Professor, SPP and Legal Studies) and Orsolya Salat (Assistant Professor, ELTE and CEU Legal Studies alumna) just published a chapter on 'Framing Justice claims as legal rights: How law (mis)handles injustices?', in the book edited by Trudie Knijn and Dorota Lepianka Ju
A new publication by SPP faculty Evelyne Hübscher (together with Thomas Sattler and Markus Wagner) assessing voter responses to fiscal austerity has just come out in the "British Journal of Political Science" . Using data from survey experiments the paper shows that a government's re-election chances greatly decrease if it proposes austerity measures.
SPP Professor Cameran Ashraf's article in Journal of Cyber Policy "Artificial Intelligence and the Rights to Assembly and Association" argues that AI will not only impact the rights to privacy and freedom of expression, but AI will also impact our rights to assembly and association online. After all, The internet is no longer simply a space to receive and impart information, but a place where many find the solace in coming together with our fellow humans.