Noemi Gonda, PhD graduate'16: Land grabbing and the making of an authoritarian populist regime in Hungary

The Hungarian case calls for scholarly-activist attention to how authoritarian populism is maintained by, and affects rural areas, as well as how emancipation can be envisaged in such a context.

Souran Chatterjee PhD graduate of 2018 publishes book chapter 'Co-benefits - the unrealised aspect of climate change policies'

Souran Chatterjee, PhD graduate of 2018 has just published a book chapter on his research, entitled 'Co-benefits - the unrealised aspect of climate change policies'.

Who will supply the future of nuclear? Future supply of nuclear reactors, power plants and the fuel cycle may be more concentrated than today’s supply of oil and gas

By building a dataset of nuclear cooperation agreements from last 15 years the authors of a recent article published in Energy Policy show that Russia is the supplier in about 50% of all agreements related to nuclear reactors, power plants, and the fuel cycle. France, the US, China, Korea and Japan together account for another 40% of key nuclear technologies.

Dr. Amanda Winter's recent publications based on her dissertation

January 16, 2019


We are proud to share the recent publications of our alumna 
Dr. Amanda K. Winter, PhD graduate'16, which are based on her dissertation entitled, "
Contested Sustainability and the Lifestyle Politics of Urban Greening".

Prof. Aleh Cherp co-authors a paper on the concept of energy security

January 23, 2015

Prof. Aleh Cherp co-authors a paper on the concept of energy security with Dr. Jewell of IIASA, an EPRG alumna. The paper can be freely retrieved at