Exploring the socio-legal aspects of low-level corruption: A study of informal economic transactions of long-term local residents and migrants in Scotland and Hungary
My research interests include informal economic practices, low-level corruption, post-socialism and Central and Eastern European migrants in the UK.
My dissertation explores the socio-legal aspects of low-level corruption and informal economic transactions of long-term local residents and migrants in Scotland and Hungary, where the starting point is the migrant’s perspective.
Gyurko,F. (2018), Who would be a whistleblower in Hungary, when ‘the less said the better’? Considering European Union anti-corruption policies in a post-socialist social setting- UACES Annual Conference 2018, Bath
Gyurko,F. (2017), “Stealing from the state? It is not stealing really, it is a national sport in Hungary” - A study of informal economic practices and low-level corruption in Hungary- EWIS workshop 2017, Cardiff
Gyurko, F. (2017), Exploring the socio-legal aspects of low-level corruption: A study of informal economic transactions of Hungarian migrants in Scotland- Data Analysis Strategy- BASEES Annual Conference 2017, Cambridge
GTA tutorial leader for:
- CEES 2A 'Post-communist Russia and the Former Soviet Union'
- CEES2B ‘Central Europe after Communism’
- Politics 1A 'Introduction to Liberal Democracy'
Politics 1B 'Comparative Politics'
I hold an MA degree in Legal and Political Sciences from ELTE, Budapest and a second MA degree in the Sociology of Law from Lund University.