Balint Magyar: Development trajectories of post-communist regimes

Balint Magyar gave a speech at the conference in Jurmala, which is a part of our “Thirty years of the post-Soviet Europe” project. Balint Magyar is a senior core fellow at Central European University, an author of the prominent book “Post-Communist Mafia State: The Case of Hungary”. He summarized the main problems that scientist face analyzing the post-communist regimes, he presented an interpretative framework of post-communist regimes and existing topology and showed the development trajectories of these states.