Laszlo Bruszt, Professor of Political Science at CEU, is the 2019-20 István Deák Visiting Professor at Columbia University in the City of New York.
He was also invited to deliver a lecture, "The Disunited States of Europe – A Perspective From the Peripheries" at 6 pm, October 17, 2019 at The New School. The talk suggests a common analytical framework for the study of the geographically distinct crises of the European Union (EU). Students of the problems of monetary integration (EMU) mainly focus on the North-South divide between debtors and creditors; those researching the illiberal regimes in the Eastern member states focus on the pitfalls of dependent capitalist development, while specialists of Brexit reflect on the factors of the growth of Euroscepticism.
If you are in New York and would like to know more about CEU or politics and political economy of transnational markets; EU integration and development in the Eastern and Southern peripheries of Europe; Regulatory integration and development, feel free to reach out to Professor Bruszt.
Contact details: https://politicalscience.ceu.edu/people/laszlo-bruszt