Contemporary global challenges in geopolitics, security policy and world economy

Marjainé Szerényi, Zsuzsanna and Kardosné Kaponyi, Erzsébet and Benczes, István, eds. (2020) Contemporary global challenges in geopolitics, security policy and world economy. Corvinus University of Budapest, International Relations Multidisciplinary Doctoral School, Budapest. . ISBN 9789635038343

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This is the second time that the International PhD Conference has been organized by the International Relations Multidisciplinary Doctoral School of Corvinus University of Budapest. We hope this is a sign that we have created a tradition, and that the conference will be organized in the future as well. As in the previous year, most of the presentations given at this year’s conference will again be published in a collected volume in the form of edited studies, with the aim of promoting the publication performance of PhD students.The comprehensive profile of the Doctoral School, the diversity of its three subprograms – International and Security Studies, World Economy and Geopolitics – is reflected in the various topics of the studies in this volume. These include e.g. security and defence policy, challenges the world economy is facing nowadays, the institutions and policies of the European Union, the emerging powers of Asia, as well as sustainability and other important, highly relevant issues. The regions examined in the studies range from the EU through the Arab world to Latin America and Asia, and countries such as the United States, Russia, Ukraine, China, India, Jordan and Tunisia are analysed, to name just a few.The multidisciplinary nature of the Doctoral School has long been expressed in its name, mainly due to the fact that it is entitled to award degrees in two disciplines (economics and political science). Multidisciplinarity is also manifested in the diversity of the topics of this volume. Not only multidisciplinarity, but also interdisciplinarity, the presence of “frontiers” in the field of mutually interdependent disciplines can be traced in the articles, as the authors refer to e.g. law, history, security policy as well as theories of international relations.

Item Type:Book
Divisions:Faculty of Social Sciences > Institute for International Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences > Institute for World Economy
Faculty of Social Sciences > Institute of Economic Geography, Geoeconomy and Sustainable Development
Subjects:Economic development
Funders:Pallas Athene Domus Meriti Foundation (PADME)
ID Code:6066
Deposited By: MTMT SWORD
Deposited On:11 Nov 2020 15:18
Last Modified:17 Nov 2020 08:10

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