Júlia ✝ Szalai

Júlia ✝ Szalai
Download CV Professor Emerita (TK SZI)
Selected Publications

Conflicting Interests in Shaping Hungary's New Private Pension Scheme. In:Rethinking the Welfare State. The Political Economy of Pension Reform. (Eds.: Rein, Martin – Schmähl, Winfried), Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2004, pp.348 – 372

The Puzzle of Success: Hungarian Entrepreneurs at the Turn of the Millennium. (with Laki, Mihály), Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 58, (2006), No. 3, pp. 317-345;

How Many Histories Do We Have? The Hungarian Quarterly, Vol. 47, (2006), No. 3, pp. 147-159

Hungarian Entrepreneurs at the Turn of the Millennium. (with Laki, Mihály), WWICS EESP, Washington, DC, 2006

Poverty and the Traps of Postcommunist Welfare Reforms in Hungary: The New Challenges of EU-Accession. Revija za Socijalnu Politiku, Vol. 13, (2006), No. 3, pp. 309-334

A Few Worrisome Notes on the Formation of the Postcommunist Welfare State. In: Social Policy in a Globalizing World: A North-South Dialogue. (Ed.:Fargion, Valeria), Redazione la Rivista delle Politiche Sociali, Roma, 2008, pp. 469-489

“Cultural Otherness” or the Ethnicisation of Poverty? Some Considerations on How Postcommunist Welfare Reforms Affect Hungary's Roma Minority. In: Reconciling Migrants' Well-Being and the Public Interest: Welfare State, Firms and Citizenship in Transition. (Eds.: Farrell, Gilda – Oliveri, Federico). Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 2008, pp. 159-183

Research Projects

Poverty and the Degradation of Social Rights: The Case of Hungary. Harvard Working Papers, Harvard University, Cambridge, 2001

Collectivity, Community and the Informal Economy Under Communism, Social Research, Vol. 69, No 1, (2002), pp.1728-1739

Social Outcasts in 21st Century Hungary. Review of Sociology, Vol.8, No.2 (2002), pp. 35-53

Whose Claim and Whose Risk? European Journal of Social Policy, Vol 13, No 1 (2003), pp.58 - 60

Struggles for Recognition on the Battlefield of Social Services. In: Delivering Public Services in CEE Countries: Trends and Developments.(Eds.: Finlay, Jane – Debicki, Marek), NISPAcee, Bratislava, pp. 297 - 320

Conflicting Struggles for Recognition: Clashing Interests of Gender and Ethnicity in Contemporary Hungary. In: Recognition Struggles and Social Movements. Contested Identities, Agency and Power (Ed.: Hobson, Barbara), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003, pp.188 – 215

The Politics of Recognition and the 'Gypsy Question': Some Current Problems in Majority–Minority Relations in Contemporary Hungary. ECE/ECE, Vol. 30 (2003), part 1, pp. 13-53