Ereky Research Center
The Ereky Public Law Research Center was founded in January 2011 within the Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Department of Administrative Law with the aim to become actively involved in the current trends and development of public administration. Its founder's aim was to develop an independent think tank, which is actively involved in the current trends and development of public administration and policy. The research center conducts joint and individual research projects, in search for answers to the pressing questions. This way the research group can participate in central and local (governmental) development projects, where knowledge management, scientific basis or international comparison is essential. Research topics are related to human rights, the exercise of state power, central and local public administration, and the control mechanisms of public administration. The team is led by Andras Zs. Varga, professor of law, Head of Department at PPCU and judge of the Constitutional Court of Hungary. The director of the Research Center is Balázs Gerencsér associate professor, while its members are professors, senior researchers and doctoral students, and sometimes even graduate students.
PRIVACY AND NATIONAL SECURITY INTERESTS – CONCURRING AIMS (21 September 2017)
- Intelligence and the protection of private sphere (29.05.2017)
- Judicial remedies in administrative procedures (10.10.2016)
- ELA-Ereky Education Law Conference (19-22 October 2016)
- Databoom - Responses from municipialites and governments (2016)
- Administrative procedures of Member States in the light of the Model Rules of the EU (2015)
- Role of public prosecutor in the field outside the criminal law (2011-2012)
- Pilot projects in development of administration management (2012-2013)
- The 'Balaton Team'