András BOZÓKI is Professor of Political Science at the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. His research interests are: comparative politics in East Central Europe, democratization, hybrid regimes, political ideas, and the role of the intellectuals.
His books include Post-Communist Transition: Emerging Pluralism in Hungary (1992), Democratic Legitimacy in Post-Communist Societies (1994), Intellectuals and Politics in Central Europe (1999), The Roundtable Talks of 1989: The Genesis of Hungarian Democracy (2002), Political Pluralism in Hungary (2003), Anarchism in Hungary: Theory, History, Legacies (2006), Ars Politica (2007), Virtual Republic (2012) and others.
His articles appeared in Comparative Sociology, Perspectives on Politics, East European Politics and Society, European Political Science, Taiwan Journal of Democracy, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, Praxis International, East European Constitutional Review, Advances in the History of Rhetoric, Osteuropa, Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest, Central European Political Science Review, Czech Sociological Review, Mediations, Athenaeum: Polish Political Science Studies, Hungarian Political Science Review, Transit, Baltic Worlds, Europaische Rundschau.
András Bozóki was chairman of the Hungarian Political Science Association and also was a member of the board of the European Confederation of Political Science Associations. He has been a founding editor of the Hungarian Political Science Review. He was winner of the 1992 Ferenc Erdei Prize of the Hungarian Sociological Association, and the 2009 István Bibó Prize of the Hungarian Political Science Association.