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


VIII International Conference on Migration

The VIII International Conference on Migration organized by the Migration Institute of the University of Granada will be held in Granada between 16-18 September 2015.

Let's get to Work! The Future of Labour in Europe

The first part of the book addressing the most striking research findings brought together in the context of the NEUJOBS project was published in September.

Giving us the 'Biggest Bang for the Buck' (or Not): Anti-trafficking government funding in Ukraine and the United Kingdom

CPS Research Fellow Kiril Sharapov published an article on government trafficking policies in the latest issue of the Anti-Trafficking Review.


Wednesday, 15 October, 2014 - 09:00 - 12:20
Zsuzsanna Árendás (CEU CPS)
Dickmann Ádám (KSH)
Hárs Ágnes (TÁRKI-Kopint)
Kovács Ildikó (BM)
Kováts András (MTA TK, Menedék Egyesület)
Sik Endre (TÁRKI)
Simonovits Bori (TÁRKI)
Vadasi Vivien (BM)
Várhalmi Zoltán (ICCR)
Nador u. 11
TIGY (006)
Friday, 10 October, 2014 - 09:30 - 17:00
Ross Beveridge (Leibniz Institute for Regional and Structural Planning (IRS))
Peter Bloom (Open University)
Peter Case (University of the West of England)
Jonathan Davies (De Montfort University)
Gergana Dimova (University of Cambridge)
Philippe Koch (Zurich University)
Catherine Moury (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Burcu Ozcelik (University of Cambridge)
Adam Standring (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Alen Toplišek (Queen Mary, University of London)
Nador u. 11

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)