Robert Csehi
Robert Csehi
Post-Doc Researcher and Lecturer, Hochschule für Politik München, Technical University of Munich
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‘We won’t let Brussels dictate us’: Eurosceptic populism in Hungary and Poland
R Csehi, E Zgut
European Politics and Society 22 (1), 53-68, 2021
Neither episodic, nor destined to failure? The endurance of Hungarian populism after 2010
R Csehi
Democratization 26 (6), 1011-1027, 2019
Who determined what governments really wanted? Preference formation and the euro crisis
R Csehi, U Puetter
West European Politics 44 (3), 463-484, 2021
Problematizing the notion of preference formation in research about the euro crisis
R Csehi, U Puetter
EMU Choices Working Paper, 2017
Horizontal coordination in federal political systems–non-centralization in the European Union and Canada compared
R Csehi
Journal of European Public Policy 24 (4), 562-579, 2017
Does politicization matter? Small states in East-Central Europe and the Brexit negotiations
RI Csehi, P Kaniok
East European Politics and Societies 35 (1), 136-155, 2021
The Politics of Populism in Hungary
R Csehi
Routledge, 2021
The EU's New Economic Governance Framework and Budgetary Decision‐Making in the Member States: Boon or Bane for Throughput Legitimacy?
R Csehi, DF Schulz
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 60 (1), 118-135, 2022
Populism as a ‘corrective’to trade agreements?‘America First’and the readjustment of NAFTA
R Csehi, EC Heldt
International Politics, 1-17, 2021
Federalism and the stringency of balanced budget rules–A comparative study of Canada, the European Union, and the United States of America
R Csehi
Regional & Federal Studies 30 (1), 73-91, 2020
Constraints imposed by financial markets on political choice in the EU
R Csehi, U Puetter
bEUcitizen Report, Deliverable 8, 2016
The challenge populist governments pose for the process and theory of European integration
R Csehi
West European Politics, 1-22, 2021
Hungary and the European Union
R Csehi
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2020
How financial market constraints and technocratic decision making impacted on European political citizenship and democracy during the euro crisis
R Csehi, U Puetter
Democratic Empowerment in the European Union, 215-238, 2018
Collaborative federalism in the European Union–intergovernmental relations and the allocation of powers in the Economic and Monetary Union
RI Csehi
The European Union Beyond the Crisis, Lexington, New York, 23-46, 2015
The Global Debt Crisis: Haunting US and European Federalism
RI Csehi
J. Common Mkt. Stud. 53, 927, 2015
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