Béla Greskovits

Professor
Egyetemi tanár
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Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower
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602
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+36 1 327-3079
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Qualifications: 
PhD, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Academic/Professional Experience and Achievements: 

Academic career

Professor, since 1999, CEU, International Relations and European Studies and Political Science Department

Visiting Fellow, 2008-09, European University Institute, Florence

Visiting Professor, 2003-04, Harvard University, Social Studies, Cambridge,

International Policy Fellow, 2002-03, CEU, Center for Policy Studies, Budapest

Luigi Einaudi Professor, 1998-99, Cornell University, Institute for European Studies, Ithaca

Associate Professor, 1992-99, CEU Political Science Department

Associated Fellow, 1997-98, Collegium Budapest, Institute for Advanced Study, Budapest

Associate Professor, 1996-97, CEU Sociology Department, Warsaw

Economic Freedom Fellow, 1992, Georgetown University, Washington D. C.

Education

PhD, 1996, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Economics Committee

MA, 1980, Budapest University of Economics

Languages: Hungarian native, Fluent English and German, some Russian and Polish

Research interest

Political and social impact of leading transnational industries in Eastern Europe; politics of enlargement of the Eurozone; democratization; South American and Eastern European political and economic development, economic ideologies, politics of policy making

Current projects: Capitalist Diversity on Europe’s Periphery - book manuscript co-authored with Dorothee Bohle; four-country comparative study of civil society and social protest with scholars from US, Poland, South Korea and Taiwan.

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Courses taught by Béla Greskovits

Transnational Corporations and National Governments 2012/2013
States, Classes, and Industries in the International Political Economy 2012/2013
Transnational Corporations and National Governments 2011/2012
States, Classes, and Industries in the International Political Economy 2011/2012
IPE: States, Classes, and Industries in the International Political Economy 2010/2011
Transnational Corporations and National Governments 2010/2011
Transnational Corporations and National Governments 2009/2010
States, Classes, and Industries in the International Political Economy 2009/2010
Transnational Corporations and National Governments: The Political Economy of State, Foreign Capital, and Economic Development 2007/2008
Transnational Corporations and National Governments: The Political Economy of State, Foreign Capital, and Economic Development 2006/2007
Transnational Corporations and National Governments: The Politics of Foreign Direct Investment 2005/2006
Exposed to the World Market: The Political Economy of Sectors 2005/2006
Exposed to World Markets: The Political Economy of Sectors 2004/2005
Transnational Corporations and National Governments: The Politics of Foreign Direct Investment 2004/2005
Transnational Enterprise and National Government. The Political Economy of Foreign Direct Investment 2001/2002
Exposed to World Markets: The Political Economy of Sectors 2001/2002
Exposed to World Markets: The Political Economy of Sectors 2000/2001
Transantional Enterprise and National Government 2000/2001

Publications

Book
Bohle, D., and B. Greskovits. Capitalist Diversity on Europe's Periphery In Cornell Studies in Political Economy. New York: Cornell University Press, 2012. Abstract
Greskovits, B., and Wladislaw Adamski. Post-Socialist Institution Building. In Sysiphus Social Studies. Vol. XI. Warsaw: IfiS Publishers, 1999.
Greskovits, B., M. Baethge, and W. Adamski. Social Structures in the Making In Sisyphus Social Studies. Vol. X. Sysiphus Social Studies X. Warsaw: IfiS Publishers, 1997.
Book Chapter
Bohle, D., and B. Greskovits. "East-Central Europe's Quandary." In Poverty, Inequality, and Democracy, edited by Francis Fukuyama, Larry Diamond and Marc F. Plattner, 91-104. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 2012.
Greskovits, B.. "Central Europe." In Which Europe? The Politics of Differentiated Integration, edited by K. Dyson and A. Sepos, 142-155. Palgrave studies in European Union politics. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
Bohle, D., and B. Greskovits. "Slovakia and Hungary: successful and failed euro entry without social pacts." In After the Euro and Enlargement: Social Pacts in the EU, edited by P. Pochet, M. Keune and D. Natalie, 345-370. Brussels: ETUI, 2010.
Greskovits, B.. "Estonia, Slovenia and Hungary: Banking on Identity." In Central Banks at the Age of the Euro: Europeanization, convergence, and power, edited by K. Dyson and M. Marcussen, 203-221. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
Greskovits, B.. "Hungary and Slovakia: Compliance and its Discontents." In The Euro at Ten. Europeanization, Power, and Convergence, edited by K. Dyson, 274-292. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
Greskovits, B.. "Leading Sectors and the Variety of Capitalism in Eastern Europe." In State and Society in Post-Socialist Economies, edited by J. Pickles, 2-46. Studies in central and eastern Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
Greskovits, B., and D. Bohle. "Neoliberalismus, eingebetteter Neoliberalismus, und neo-Korporatismus: Socialistische Hinterlassenschaften, transnationale Integration und die Diversitaet osteuropaeischer Kapitalismen." In Postsozialismus. Hinterlassenschaften des Staatssozialismus und neue Kapitalismen in Europa, edited by D. Segert, 185-205. Studien zur politischen Wirklichkeit. Wien: Braumüller, 2007.
Greskovits, B., and D. Bohle. "Europeanization and the Variety of Competition States in Central-Eastern Europe." In Deepening and Widening in an Enlarged Europe: The Impact of Eastern Enlargement, edited by A. Ágh and A. Ferencz, 245-286. Together for Europe series. Budapest: 'Together for Europe' Research Center of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2006.
Greskovits, B.. "The First Shall Be the Last? : Hungary's Road to EMU." In Enlarging the Euro area: external empowerment and domestic transformation in East Central Europe, edited by K. Dyson, 178-196. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.
Greskovits, B.. "Beyond Transition : The Variety of Post-Socialist Development." In From liberal values to democratic transition : essays in honor of János Kis, edited by R. Dworkin, 201-225. Budapest: CEU Press, 2004.
Greskovits, B.. "Sectors, States, and the Paths of Post-Socialist Development." In Political Economy of Transition and Development : Institutions, Politics and Policies, edited by N. Campos and J. Fidrmuc, 99-120. Vol. 5. ZEI studies in European economics and law 5. Boston Dordrecht London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.
Greskovits, B.. "The Path-Dependence of Transitology." In Postcommunist Transformation and the Social Sciences: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches, edited by F. Bönker, K. Müller and A. Pickel, 219-247. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002.
Greskovits, B.. "Economic Globalization and Racism in Eastern and Western Europe." In Europe’s New Racism : Causes, Manifestations and Solutions, edited by L. Nader, R. Pinxten and E. Preckler, 143-161. Culture and politics/politics and culture. Berghahn: Evens Foundation, 2002.
Greskovits, B.. "Brothers-in-Arms or Rivals in Politics? : Top Politicians and Top Policy Makers in the Hungarian Transformation." In Reforming the state : Fiscal and welfare reform in post socialist countries, edited by J. Kornai, S. Haggard and R. Kaufman, 111-141. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Greskovits, B.. "Hungary's Post-communist Development in Comparative Perspective." In Liberalization and its consequences : A comparative perspective on Latin America and Eastern Europe, edited by W. Baer and JL Love, 126-150. Cheltenham, UK: E. Elgar, 2000.
Greskovits, B.. "Rival Views of Post-Communist Market Society : The Path-Dependence of Transitology." In Democratic and Capitalist Transitions in Eastern Europe : Lessons for the Social Sciences, edited by M. Dobry, 19-49. Vol. 55. The GeoJournal library 55. Boston Dordrecht London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.
Greskovits, B.. "Versengő nézetek a kommunizmus utáni piaci társadalomról." In Mindannyiunkban van valami közös : Lányi Kamilla születésnapjára, edited by M. Laki, P. Pete and Vince P., 319-360. Budapest: Kopint-Datorg, 1999.
Greskovits, B.. "Kétarcú demokratikus kapitalizmus Magyarországon." In Magyarország Évtizedkönyve 1988-1998, edited by S. Kurtán, P. Sándor and Vass L., 42-56. Vol. 1. Budapest: Demokrácia Kutatások Magyar Központja Alapítvány, 1998. Abstract
Greskovits, B.. "Social responses to neoliberal reforms in Eastern Europe in the 1990s." In Inequality, Democracy, and Economic Development, edited by M. Midlarsky, 269-289. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
Greskovits, B.. "Külföldi kereskedelmi reformprogramok és hatásuk a gazdaságra." In A nyitás gazdaságpolitikája : importliberalizálási tapasztalatok, edited by K. Lányi and J. Szabó, 11-59. Budapest: Kopint-Datorg, 1993. Abstract
Greskovits, B., and Z. Borszéki. "Hidak – de hová?" In Világkiállítás!, edited by G. Schamschula, 11-16. Budapest: Ikrek, 1989.
Greskovits, B.. "Ellentmondásos értékek és értékes ellentmondások Polányi Károly elméleti rendszerében." In Polányi Károly, 1886-1964, 29-36. Szakkollégiumi füzetek. Budapest: MKKE, 1987.
Greskovits, B.. "The Hungarian Credit Program to Stimulate Exports." In Investment System and Foreign Trade Implications in Hungary, edited by A. Rába and KE Schenk, 189-229. Vol. 38. Ökonomische Studien 38. Stuttgart and New York: Gustav Fischer Verlag, 1987.
Greskovits, B.. "A "45 milliárdos" exportfejlesztő hitelprogram." In Beruházási rendszer, exportfejlesztés, importhelyettesítés : tanulmánykötet, 19-42. Budapest: Kopint-Datorg, Konjunktúra- és Piackutató Intézet, 1987.
Greskovits, B.. "A nyugati technológiapolitikák és a magyar iparpolitikai szemlélet." In A világgazdasági környezet és a magyar gazdaság: tartós és változó irányzatok, 40-50. Budapest: Kopint-Datorg, Konjunktúra- és Piackutató Intézet, 1987.
Book review
Greskovits, B.. The Political Economy of State-Society Relations in Hungary and Poland : From Communism to the European Union In Anna Seleny: The Political Economy of State-Society Relations in Hungary and Poland : From Communism to the European Union. Vol. 67. Slavic Review 67, no. 2., 2008. Abstract
Greskovits, B.. Piacok, globalizáció, harmadik út : Lányi Kamilla válogatott tanulmányai In Lányi Kamilla: Piacok, globalizáció, harmadik út. Lányi Kamilla válogatott tanulmányai.. Vol. 51. Külgazdaság 51, no. 11-12., 2007. Abstract
Journal Article
Greskovits, B., and Jens Lind. "Transfer. European Review of Labour and Research (Editorial)." Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research 17, no. 4 (2011): 443-451.
Greskovits, B.. "Bridges to the Future: Hungary's Gradual Transformation." Focaal. European Journal of Anthropology 58, no. Winter (2010): 102-105.
Greskovits, B.. "Capitalist Diversity in Europe's Periphery (Foreword)." The Journal of Comparative Economic Studies 3, no. December (2007): 1-2.
Bohle, D., and B. Greskovits. "Capitalist Diversity in Eastern Europe." European Economic Sociology Newsletter (2007): 3-9.
Greskovits, B.. "Die Suche nach dem ‘wahren’ sozialistischen Bruttosozialprodukt." PROKLA Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft 32, no. 2 (2002): 463-491. Abstract
Greskovits, B.. "The Political Impact of the Transformational Recession in East-Central Europe." Emergo : Journal of Transforming Economies and Societies 4, no. 1 (1997): 23-31.
Greskovits, B.. "Nemzetközi sarcmodor?" Liget : irodalmi és ökológiai folyóirat 7, no. 2 (1994): 91-95. Abstract
Miscellaneous
Working Paper
Bohle, D., and B. Greskovits. Capital, Labor and the Prospects of the European Social Model in the East In Central and Eastern Europe Working Papers. Harvard: Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, 2004.
Greskovits, B.. From the Socialist Core to the Capitalist Periphery : Hungary in Comparative Perspective In Harvard University. Program on Central & Eastern Europe Working Paper Series. Cambridge, Mass.: Minda De Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 1999.
Greskovits, B.. Consolidating economic reforms : the Hungarian experience with lessons for Poland In CASE-CEU Working Paper Series. Warsaw: Center for Social and Economic Research (CASE), 1999.
Greskovits, B.. Rival Views Of Postcommunist Market Society In Institute for European Studies Working Paper. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. The Institute for European Studies, 1998.
Greskovits, B.. Is the East becoming the South? : Where threats to reforms may come from. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. The Institute for European Studies, 1995.
Greskovits, B.. Piacanalízis, 1988. Budapest: Kopint-Datorg, Konjunktúra- Piackutató és Informatikai Intézet, 1989.