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Academic Coordinator, Erasmus Mundus Masters Program in Public Policy
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Qualifications: 
Ph.D. (International Studies), Cambridge University, UK
M.Phil (International Relations), Cambridge University, UK
MA in International Relations and European Studies, CEU
LLB/LLM, ELTE, Budapest
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Agnes Batory is a Professor at CEU’s Department of Public Policy and a Research Fellow of the Center for Policy Studies. She holds a PhD from Cambridge University. Her research interests include corruption and corruption control, regulation and regulatory agencies, party politics and European integration, and a number of policy areas and institutional aspects of EU governance. She is author of The politics of EU accession and her articles appeared, among others, in Governance, the Journal of Common Market Studies, the Journal of European Public Policy, Public Administration and the European Journal of Political Research. At CEU’s Department of Public Policy she is academic coordinator of the Erasmus Mundus Masters Program in Public Policy (Mundus MAPP), a joint program delivered by four European universities and funded by the European Commission.

Publications

Book
Batory, A.. The politics of EU accession In Europe in change. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008.
Volby do Evropského parlamentu 2004, Edited by L. Linek, J. Outly, G. Tóka and A. Batory. Praha: Sociologický ústav Akademie věd ČR, 2007. Abstract
Book Chapter
Batory, A.. "Post-accession malaise? EU conditionality, domestic politics and anti-corruption policy in Hungary." In Fighting Corruption in Eastern Europe. A Multilevel Perspective, edited by Holger Moroff and Diana Schmidt-Pfister, 57-71. New York: Routledge, 2012.
Batory, A.. "The dog that did not bark? Assessing the impact of the EU on party politics in Hungary." In Party Politics in Central and Eastern Europe: Does EU Membership Matter?, edited by Timothy Haughton, 15-34. London : Routledge , 2010.
Batory, A.. "Euroscepticism in the Hungarian party system : Voices from the Wilderness?" In Opposing Europe? : The comparative party politics of Euroscepticism, edited by P. Taggart and A. Szczerbiak, 263-276. Vol. 1. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
Sitter, N., and A. Batory. "Protectionism, Populism, or Participation? Agrarian Parties and the European Question in Western and East Central Europe." In Opposing Europe? : the comparative party politics of Euroscepticism, edited by P. Taggart and A. Szczerbiak, 52-75. Vol. 2. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
Batory, A., and D. Husz. "Az első magyarországi európai parlamenti választások." In A magyarok bemenetele : Tagállamként a bővülő Európai Unióban, edited by I. Hegedűs, 181-214. Budapest: Demokrácia Kutatások Magyar Központja Alapítvány, 2006. Abstract
Batory, A.. "Hungary." In EU accession prospects for Turkey and Ukraine : debates in new member states, edited by P. Kaźmierkiewicz, 97-117. Warszawa: Institute of Public Affairs, 2006.
Batory, A.. "Hungary." In The 2004 elections to the European Parliament, edited by J. Lodge, 138-145. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
Journal Article
Miscellaneous
Report
Batory, A.. Hungary In The 2009 Elections to the European Parliament , Edited by W. Gagatek. Florence: European University Institute, 2010.
Sitter, N., and A. Batory. Europe and the Hungarian Elections of April 2006 In EPERN Election Briefings. Sussex: Sussex European Institute, 2006.
Working Paper
Batory, A.. Europe and the Hungarian parliamentary election of April 2010. EPERN Election Briefings ed. Vol. 51. Sussex: Sussex European Institute, 2010.
Batory, A.. The European Parliament election in Hungary, June 7 2009. EPERN European election briefing ed. Vol. 25. Sussex: Sussex European Institute, 2009.
Batory, A., and A. Cartwright. Monitoring EU spending in Hungary In Monitoring Development Series. Vol. 1. Budapest: CEU - Center for Policy Studies, 2008.
Batory, A.. Hungarian party identities and the question of European integration In EPERN working paper. Brighton: Sussex European Institute, 2001.
Batory, A.. European Elections in Britain : Party Campaigns in the 1990s In European essays. Vol. 10. London: Federal Trust for Education & Research, 2000.