Department of Law
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Anna Christine Di Biase
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Appointed in September 2016 as Professor and Chair of Comparative Constitutional Law, and in January 2018 as Director of Graduate Studies at the Law Department. His primary research interests are comparative constitutional law and international human rights. He has published several books and articles, as well as edited volumes on these topics in English, German and Hungarian. He joined EUI in 2016 after a teaching and research career (at the Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary, Princeton University in the USA, the European Masters Program in Human Rights and Democratization in Italy) as well as years of professional career as chief advisor to the President of the Hungarian Constitutional Court, member of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency’s Management Board and numerous other civic activities.
HALMAI, Gábor (2021), Illiberal constitutional theories, Article
HALMAI, Gábor (2018), Silence of transitional constitutions : the 'invisible constitution' concept of the Hungarian constitutional court, Article
HALMAI, Gábor (2020), The alternatives to a bite or a bark : after launching Article 7 TEU against the Hungarian government, Contribution to book
BOHLE, Dorothee; MAGYAR, Bálint; VÁŠÁRYOVÁ, Magdaléna (2019), 30 years after : what has the 1989 democratic transition brought to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe? [Part II], Video
HALMAI, Gábor (2019), The possibility and desirability of rule of law conditionality, Article
HALMAI, Gábor (2019), Illiberalism in East-Central Europe, Working Paper
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