Tamas Meszerics

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PhD in modern international history, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
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Tamas Meszerics received his B.A., Dr. Univ. and Ph.D. in modern international history from Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest. His major research interests include foreign policy analysis, the applications and limitations of rational choice models in political science, 20th century international history. He was visiting scholar at the Institute for International Studies, University of Leeds. He has been working at the department since its foundation.

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Book Chapter
Meszerics, T.. "Domestic Sources of Hungarian Foreign Policy: Causes of Continuity." In Reshuffling the European chessboard, edited by M. Stastny and B. Gábelová, 78-83. Bratislava: Institute for Public Affairs, 2004.
Meszerics, T.. "The Security Policy of Hungary." In Easternization of Europe's Security Policy, edited by T. Valasek and O. Gyárfásová, 22-31. Bratislava: Institute for Public Affairs, 2004.
Meszerics, T.. "Szervezeti rend, preferenciaösszegzés és külpolitikai döntés : történelmi esettanulmány." In Cselekvéselmélet és társadalomkutatás : in memoriam Csontos László, edited by R. I. Gál and Z. Szántó, 193-203. Budapest: Közgazdasági Szemle Alapitvány, 2003.
Journal Article
Meszerics, T., and L. Littvay. "Pseudo-Wisdom and Intelligence Failures." International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 23, no. 1 (2010): 133-147.
Meszerics, T.. "Kémek, balekok, perek." Beszélő 1, no. 6 (1996): 81-86.
Magazine Article
Meszerics, T.. Stumbling Into Sophistication : Strategic Voting in Agenda-Controlled Committee Decisions with Complete Information In Working paper (CEU Political Science Department). Vol. 8. Budapest: CEU Politial Science Department, 1996.
Working Paper
Meszerics, T.. Against All Odds : The Use of Probabilities in U.S. Strategic Intelligence Assessments In Working paper (CEU Political Science Department). Vol. 16. Budapest: CEU Politial Science Department, 2003.
Ambrus Lakatos, L., and T. Meszerics. An experimental analysis of the ultimatum game : the role of competing motivations In CEU Economics Department working papers. Vol. 2001/8. Budapest: Central European University. Economics Department, 2001.