Ágnes Vass

Ágnes Vass

Research Track Leader
Office: European Relations Department

Biography

Ágnes Vass is the Head of the European Relations Department where she is coordinating projects focusing on Central Europe. Her research activity primarily includes questions regarding internal politics and foreign relations of Slovakia and Czechia, minority communities in Central Europe, and minority-majority relations in the region. Before joining AJKC, she worked as a research fellow at the University of Alberta and the Institute for Minority Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. She is currently finishing her dissertation at the Corvinus University of Budapest, in which she analyses citizenship policies of Hungary and other states in the region. When not conducting research or implementing international education projects, she likes road cycling, and dancing lindy hop and other swing dances at Keep Swinging Association.  

AJRC analyses

Wind of Change–But What Kind of Change?
2020E03 / Ágnes Vass

Wind of Change–But What Kind of Change?

Campaign Overview and the Results of the Slovak Parliamentary Election 2020
Global Demographic Outlook 2020
2020E07 / Péter Dobrowiecki

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Global Demographic Outlook 2020

Demographic Perspectives from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Outlook 2021
2020E44 / Péter Dobrowiecki

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Outlook 2021

Perspectives for the Next Year from the AJKC Research Team

Research Vlog

The Sputnik V saga
AJTK VLOG E5 / Ágnes Vass

The Sputnik V saga

The first (and last) year of the Matovič government