Anna Kyriazi
Anna Kyriazi
Universitā degli Studi di Milano Statale
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Democratic backsliding in the European Union: the role of the Hungarian-Polish coalition
A Holesch, A Kyriazi
East European Politics 38 (1), 1-20, 2022
Ultranationalist discourses of exclusion: A comparison between the Hungarian Jobbik and the Greek Golden Dawn
A Kyriazi
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 42 (15), 2528-2547, 2016
Towards a socially fair green transition in the EU? An analysis of the Just Transition Fund using the Multiple Streams Framework
A Kyriazi, J Mirķ
Comparative European Politics 21 (1), 112-132, 2023
The environmental communication of Jobbik: Between strategy and ideology
A Kyriazi
The Far Right and the Environment, 184-200, 2019
Hungary–a Hungarian crisis or just a crisis in Hungary?
T Gessler, A Kyriazi, S Hutter, H Kriesi
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Textbooks, postcards, and the public consolidation of nationalism in Latin America
A Kyriazi, M Vom Hau
Qualitative Sociology 43 (4), 515-542, 2020
Closer in hard times? The drivers of European solidarity in ‘normal’and ‘crisis’ times
A Kyriazi, A Pellegata, S Ronchi
Comparative European Politics 21 (4), 535-553, 2023
The politics of emigration in Europe: A research agenda
A Kyriazi, MS Mendes, J Rone, M Weisskircher
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 61 (2), 563-575, 2023
Ukrainian refugees in Hungary: government measures and discourse in the first year of the war
A Kyriazi
Available at SSRN 4313945, 2022
The education of minorities in Bulgaria and Romania: Analyzing the formation and articulation of preferences
A Kyriazi
Ethnicities 18 (3), 412-433, 2018
A novel method for studying policymaking: Policy Process Analysis (PPA) applied to the refugee crisis
A Bojar, A Kyriazi, IE Oana, Z Truchlewski
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper No. RSC 24, 2023
Buffering national welfare states in hard times: The politics of EU capacity‐building in the social policy domain
J Miro, A Kyriazi, M Natili, S Ronchi
Social Policy & Administration 58 (2), 215-227, 2024
Making and breaking coalitions for a more ‘Social Europe’: The path towards the revision of the posted workers directive
A Kyriazi
European Journal of Industrial Relations 29 (3), 221-241, 2023
Free movement and Welfare in the European Union: The social consequences of the right to exit
A Kyriazi, F Visconti
International Migration Review, 01979183231185096, 2023
The Europeanisation of political involvement: Examining the role of individual transnationalism
A Kyriazi, F Visconti
Electoral Studies 73, 102383, 2021
The General Elections in Greece 2019
A Kyriazi
MIDEM-Report, 2019
A solidarity bias? Assessing the effects of individual transnationalism on redistributive solidarity in the EU
F Visconti, A Kyriazi
Journal of European Public Policy 31 (2), 528-551, 2024
Democratic backsliding as a collaborative project: Understanding the links between Fidesz and Law and Justice
A Holesch, A Kyriazi
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog, 2021
Quiet unity: salience, politicisation and togetherness in the EU’s Brexit negotiating position
A Kyriazi, A Altiparmakis, J Ganderson, J Mirķ
West European Politics, 1-27, 2023
A leader without followers: Tory Euroscepticism in a comparative perspective
A Altiparmakis, A Kyriazi
West European Politics, 2023
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