Welcome to CPS

Welcome to CPS

The Center for Policy Studies (CPS) is dedicated to improving the quality of governance in the region by the provision of independent public policy analysis and advice. The center is committed to strengthening local capacity for critical policy analysis and pursues research and publication that is interdisciplinary and carried out with partners in the global policy community, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union


New publication: Early School Leaving in the Context of Policy-making in Hungary

A new working paper has been published by Julia Szalai and Agnes Kende in the frame of the RESL.eu research project.

New publication: Different Horizons: Aid, Trade and Official Development Assistance in Hungary

A new e-book titled 'Different Horizons: Aid, Trade and Official Development Assistance in Hungary' edited and authored by four CPS research fellows has been published by CEU CPS.

Human Trafficking and Online Networks

A Policy Brief on Human Trafficking and Online Networks (Kiril Sharapov, Jonathan Mendel) has been published within the UP-KAT project.


Thursday, 18 September, 2014 - 16:00 - 18:00
Book Launch
Margit Feischmidt
Bolette Moldenhawer
Claire Schiff
Sarah Swann
Róza Vajda
Enikő Vincze
Nador u. 9, Monument Building
Monday, 15 September, 2014 - 12:00 - 17:30
Iain Begg (London School of Economics and Political Sciences)
Hilmar Schneider (CEPS/INSTEAD)
Bill Wells (Department for Business Innovation and Skills)
Johannes Geyer (German Institute for Economic Research)
Adelina Comas-Herrera (London School of Economics)
Anna Ruzik-Sierdzińska (Center for Social and Economic)

Featured Video

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In this featured video CPS research fellow, Iulius-Cezar Macarie, talks about his doctoral research within the INTEGRIM Marie-Curie Network that focuses on Romanian and Turkish migrant workers in London's night economy; the interview also offers snapshots from the 'Invisible Lives' documentary (short film by Cezar and Tim Marrinan, June 2013, UK)