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Professors' Networks

Launched in 2021, the Professors' Network brought together the scientific communities of eight countries on topical issues of current concern across the region. The Central European Multilateral Research Network was complemented in 2024 by a Polish-Hungarian bilateral cooperation.

Central European Professors' Network

The Professors' Network was originally launched in 2021 at the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law. The Professorial Network was transferred to the Central European Academy in January 2022. The Central European Professorial Network brings together the research activities of the academic communities of 8 Central European countries - the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia - as its primary research communities. The range of countries and research communities involved has gradually expanded.

The Professors' Network aims not only to provide high quality answers to the real problems of Central Europe by involving scientists in the region, but also to make them feel at home as a true think tank, where they can achieve high quality results in their fields for the benefit of Central Europe and humanity.  

Polish-Hungarian Professors' Network

Drawing on the experience of the Polish-Hungarian Research Platform operated by the Polish Institute of Justice (Instytut Wymiaru Sprawiedliwości - IWS) from 2021-2023, the Polish-Hungarian Professors' Network was established in 2024, the primary aim of which is to enable renowned researchers from the two countries to focus on research topics of particular importance to both countries, by conducting research together and getting to know each other's ideas and methods.

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Federalism Vs Coexistence? The Diverging Paths Ahead For The Eu And The Role Of Member States

The Central European Academy 2023 on 23-24 November 2023 "Federalism Vs Coexistence? The Diverging Paths Ahead For The Eu And

9 December 2022 – Online conversation Introduction It is a truism to say that the title issue

The book series Studies of the Central European Professors’ Network publishes the results of research by members

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