ISES is proud to announce the launch of the book entitled:
Miszlivetz Ferenc and the research group of ISES: Creative Cities and Sustainability. Proposals to achieve the Danube strategy via the example of Western Pannonia. Ser. ISES. Savaria University Press, Kőszeg-Szombathely, 2012, pp. 208.
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Price: 35 EURO
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ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/1
Ferenc Miszlivetz - Eszter Márkus: The KRAFT Index.
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/1). pp. 1-35
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/2
Eszter Márkus: Piloting the KRAFT Index. A Case Study of the Kőszeg-Szombathely Region.
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/2). pp. 1-20
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/3
Mario Neve: Learning from Places: Steps to a Geography of Cultural Heritage
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/3). pp. 1-23
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/4
Dezső Ekler: The Language of Forms and the City
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/4). pp. 1-8
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/5
Tamás Fejérdy: Cultural Heritage as a Basis for Resilience - a Reserve for the Regeneration of Historical Cities
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/5). pp. 1-7
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/6
Graham Bell: Circumstantial Awareness - the Ethical Reality of Place in Society
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/6). pp. 1-16
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/7
Elemér Hankiss: Creative Cities
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/7). pp. 1-18
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/8
László Z. Karvalics: Knowledge Governing Cities
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/8). pp. 1-24
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/9
Tibor Palánkai, Márton Baranyi, Gábor Miklós: The Introduction of the Euro and Central Europe
ISES Working Papers in Social and European Studies (2014/9). pp. 1-24
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/10
Justas Patkauskas: University and Radical Subjectivity: Discourse and Practice within Secular Capitalism
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/ 11
András Varga: Democracy overwritten by economics
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/12
Ralitsa Savova: Lajos Kossuth House Museum
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/13
Juozas Kasputis: The Autonomy of Social Sciences: In Search for Objectivity
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/14
Christopher Walsch: Ten years of Visegrad Cooperation in the European Union. A critical evaluation
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/15
Gábor Kutasi: Financial Integration of the CEE banking sector
ISES WORKING PAPERS 2014/16
Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň - Balázs Szent-Iványi: Neither security nor development? Czech and Hungarian identities and interests in the provincial reconstruction teams in Afghanistan
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Jody P. JENSEN and Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: Global Challenges - european answers. The rise of Glocality in europe
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: The Multiple Crisis of Europe
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: Democracy and Civil Society. Outlines of a New Paradigm
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: The Birth of a new Sovereign
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: The European Civil Society Discourse
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: The Future of Europe: Democracy,Civil Society and Eenlargement
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: The Tunnel at the end of the Light. The Crisis of Transition in Hungary
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: What Happened to you, Hungary?
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: Why Should we reinvent Central Europe?
Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: Illusions and Realities
Jody P. JENSEN: Whose Rules? Governing Globalization in a Multi-Stakeholder World
The period we live in has been characterized as the end of history, empire, the nation state, neo-liberalism, and the end of the world system. Endings necessitate new beginnings. The purpose of this study is to illuminate what directions to expect the world to move in considering the complexity, increasing interdependence and rapid change that has become part of our lives.
Jody P. JENSEN and Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: The Second Renaissance of Civil Society and Central Europe - and in the EU
Jody P. JENSEN and Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: Global Civil Society: From Dissident Discourse to World Bank Parlance
Jody P. JENSEN and Ferenc MISZLIVETZ: The Languages of Civil Society. Europe and Beyond
Papers presented at the 15th International Summer University of ISES, June 2010, Kőszeg
Attila PÓK: European History - Still a Challenge
Jaroslaw KUNDERA: European Economic Diversity and Structural Aids: Case of Poland
Marec Béla STEFFENS: The Side Effects of Summer Universities
Mechtild ROSSLER (UNESCO World Heritage Centre): World Heritage and Cultural Heritage Management: New Conservation Challenges
David HELD — Mary KALDOR — Danny QUAH: The Hydra-Headed Crisis
Marec Bela STEFFENS: My Beliefs as a CFO - Revisited (in Finance - The Executive Magazine for Emerging Europe)
Attila PÓK: European History still a Challenge
Attila PÓK: Politics of Hatred in the Middle of Europe.
Éva BÓKA: Europe in Search of Unity in Diversity. Can Personalist Federalism and Multilevelism Manage Diversity?
This essay investigates how European federalist political thinkers, believing in the idea of a peaceful world federation, developed personalism, multilevelism, and subsidiarity as a means of protecting diversity in Europe during the 19th and 20th century, in opposition to anti-federalist conservative power policies and classical liberal capitalist market economy expansion.The essay presents how the Pan-European Movement elaborated the federalist ideas on personal freedom, federalism and multilevelism. It also deals with European integration as a manager of diversity: more precisely it investigates how the EU, as an intergovernmental and new, supranational regional union of states, based on multilevelism and subsidiarity, protects diversity (“unity in diversity"), and how this can influence new regionalism in the world.
Report of the Reflection Group: The Political Dimension of EU Enlargement Looking Towards Post-Accession » Download
Murat GÜL: The ‘German Question’. A Democratic and Peaceful Solution
The central geographical orientation of Germany in Europe has vested new responsibilities to the country for the future development of the continent. Moreover, Germany as the most powerful state in the middle of Europe has started to play a crucial role in the execution and reconstruction of international politics. The construction of the ‘United States of Europe’ within which Germany ‘should’ play the leading role and realize ‘Europeanization of Germany’ have been supported by the German foreign policy-makers. In addition to this intra-integration in Western Europe, integration of Eastern and Western Europe has been a primary foreign policy objective for the German administrations. With this objective, responsibility and her huge economic and political capabilities, Germany has been considered as one of the ‘engines’ of European integration, probably the most important one.
Students' working papers:
The New European Construction - a paper by Pieter Vanhove (2012)
Gender and Civil Soceity in the Context of the Egyptian Revolution 2011 - a paper by Lena Gruber and Mag. Claudia Throm
ICT's for a Global Civil Society - a paper by Marcus Sabadello
ISES — IBM Booklet - a booklet by the ISES research team Hungarian Work Culture in a Global Environment, 2009 (in Hungarian)