ceu community members continue to provide insight into the impact of covid-19 on our world. there’s also ongoing interest in the hungarian empowerment law from around the globe. president and rector michael ignatieff was interviewed by swiss daily , spanish daily and by . laszlo bruszt has published an op.ed. in on hungary’s recent enabling act; ceu student imre szijarto and ceu alumna rosa schwartzburg offer an analysis in on how ‘the virus’ is being used in hungary to crush minorities; andras pap, anne applebaum and benjamin witte discuss the decline of hungarian democracy in . peter mihalyi has published in on how the coronavirus brings the problems of the hungarian healthcare system to light; quotes janos kertesz on covid-19; aleh cherp argues in that the pandemic could have more of a damaging impact on renewables than coal, by disrupting investment, supply chains and technology diffusion; and judit sandor’s article looks at the difficult question of what to do when medical resources are suddenly in short supply, from a bioethical point of view.
hungarian media also covers ceu research insights: features an interview with pro-rector eva fodor on the gendered division of domestic labor during the lockdown; diana urge-vorsatz features widely on climate and environmental aspects of the pandemic - , , , , , and all cover her work. judit sandor is interviewed on the subject of bioethics and covid-19 in daily and ; csaba laszlo offers expert commentary on the economic effects of the virus to . and , an index blog written by miklos koren, peter kondor, robert lieli, adam szeidl and adam zawadowski (faculty from the department of economics and business) continues to offer cogent analyses of current virus-related topics.
You can see previous CEU expert commentary and Covid 19-related research here.