Eva is a lecturer in Public Policy, Politics and International Relations at the School of Social Sciences. Her research areas include Political appointments/politicization, Central and Eastern European public policy and public administration, European integration and public policy.
Contributing author (expert contributor), Joint Research Centre, European Commission, May –December 2018: JRC's Enlightenment 2.0 Flagship Report - to determine the way in which facts, values, interests and social relations drive political behavior and decision-making as well as the interplay between individual and group decision-making.
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Contributing researcher, Horizon 2020 funded ETHOS/Towards the European Theory of Justice and Fairness - responsible for conducting national case studies on political representation/participation and minority recognition in Hungary using discourse analysis (https://www.ethos-europe.eu/).
Crisis of Capitalism and (De-)Politicisation of Monetary Policymaking: Reflections from Hungary and Turkey, Dr. Pınar E. Dönmez & Dr. Eva Zemandl, New Political Economy (January 2018), https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13563467.2017.1421624.
The Roma experience of political (in)justice: The case of school (de)segregation in Hungary, Dr. Eva Zemandl, ETHOS consortium (July 2018), https://ethos-europe.eu/sites/default/files/ethosd5.2hungary.pdf.
Book review: From triumph to crisis: Neoliberal economic reform in postcommunist countries, Dr. Eva Zemandl, Public Administration (November 2018), https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/padm.12564.See all of Eva Zemandl's publications...