Personal networks and psychological attributes: exploring individual differences in personality and sense of community and their relationship to the structure of personal networks
Galántai, J., Ligeti, A.S., Wirth, J.: Children exposed to violence: Child custody and its effects on children in intimate partner violence related cases in Hungary. Journal of Family Violence. In press. DOI: 10.1007/s10896-019-00059-x
Incumbent party support and perceptions of corruption – an experimental study
Review of Sociology 28(4): 152–165.
The principal investigators engaged in the “Lendület” program wish to contribute the observations summarized in the present report to facilitate the policy preparation process pertaining to the restructuring of both the research financing system and the innovation landscape in our country, as initiated by the Ministry for Innovation and Technology (ITM).
Material compiled by principal investigators in the “Lendület” program for the Ministry for Innovation and Technology and decision-makers
Hungary’s scientists outraged by government budget grab
Innovation ministry’s decision to issue grant call using money meant for Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ operations sparks protests.
The „Lendület” Research Center for Educational and Network Studies (RECENS) at the HAS (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) offers an internship opportunity.
Duration of the internship program: February 2019 - June 2019
Working hours 6-8 hours/week
Candidates are welcome to send their application no later than February 24th by e-mail to: email@example.com. Please mention „RECENS internship” in the subject of your email.
An open letter was written by the awardees of the Momentum (Lendület) Program to prime minister Viktor Orbán. We are hereby publishing the letter verbatim.
The Hungarian government to suppress the independence of the Academy of Sciences
This is an English summary page of the Hungarian ADF website.
The ADF (HASF in English) is a civil initiative of the researchers from the research institute network at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS). The Hungarian government is introducing a new system of research financing, in a way which in itself contradicts the appropriate manners of policy making, and which, after implementation, will have disastrous effects on the autonomy of scientific research and scholarship in the entire country as well as our work and life altogether. Given that our voice has not been heard either in public or during the negotiations between the HAS and the government, this initiative is meant to express our opinions about the situation and the whole process.
Integration in emerging social networks explains academic failure and success
Christoph Stadtfeld, András Vörös, Timon Elmer, Zsófia Boda, and Isabel J. Raabe
PNAS published ahead of print December 24, 2018 https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1811388115