Conferencias online: «Pandemic and Governance – Towards an Approximation of Covid-19’s Legal, Administrative, Fiscal and Political Dilemmas»

Fecha: 30 de junio de 2021

On 30th June 2021, the Editors of Public Governance, Administration and Finances Law Review together with the Eötvös József Research Centre of the University of Public Service are organising an online conference on the theme: post-pandemic politics. The conference endeavours to elaborate on some probable scenarios that may characterise and dominate the post-pandemic global and regional politics and public policies. The conference is meant to serve as a follow-up to our autumnal conference: Pandemic and Governance – Towards an Approximation of Covid-19’s Legal, Administrative, Fiscal and Political Dilemmas. 

Keynote speaker: Raphael Cohen-Almagor (University of Hull)

The conference is hosted via Microsoft Teams. You are welcomed to join by clicking on the following link: Click here to join the meeting 



12:00-12:15 – Opening remarks: András Koltay, rector (University of Public Service)

12:15-13:00 – Keynote lecture – Raphael Cohen-Almagor (University of Hull): Israel Facing COVID-19: Challenges, Problems and Successes

13:00-13:25 – Ákos B. Gát (University of Public Service): The Covid-19 test of the European Union’s policy on the rule of law

13:25-13:50 – Jagmeet Singh Bawa & Gurphej Singh (Central University of Himachal Pradesh): Pandemic and Challenges for Democracy: A Study

13:50-14:00 – coffee break

14:00-14:25 – Mia Bloom (Georgia State University): Violent Extremists’ Exploitation of COVID-19 Challenges to Governance and Stability

14:25-14:50 – Mina Hosseini (University of Science and Culture, Tehran): A COVID- Competition Dilemma: legal and ethical challenges regarding the COVID-19 vaccine policies, during and after the crisis

14:50-15:15 – István Hoffman (Centre of Social Sciences, HAS) & István Balázs (University of Debrecen): Administrative law in the time of corona(virus) – resilience and trust-building

15:15-15:40 – Viktória Pató (University of Public Service): Europe’s post covid digital future: the theory of a cloud federation

15:40-16:00 – coffee break

16:00-16:25 – Valentin V. Balanovskiy (Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University): From moral politics to legal civil society: Relevance of Leon Petrazhitsky and Boris Vysheslavtsev heritage through the COVID-prism

16:25-16:50 – Oana Şerban (University of Bucharest): The Biopolitical Turn of the Post-COVID world: Leftist and Neoliberal Insights of Puzzling Biopolitics

16:50-17:15 – Agostiono Cera (University of Basilicata): The Pandemic Capital