Life Experience, Science and Passion: Europe Funds New Research on Health and Populism
27 April 2020
Gabor Scheiring has been an activist, a member of the Hungarian Parliament and the shadow minister of finance before completing his PhD at Cambridge. Now a postdoc researcher at Bocconi, he has obtained a Marie Curie fellowship to study the relation between economic change, public health and populism.
The decimation of indigenous industry in central and eastern Europe has created a low-wage hinterland on the fringes of the highly developed core, writes Carl Rowlands. If the societies of central-eastern Europe are indeed in transition, it is very unclear what the destination will be.