The 2013 Prize was awarded to Dorothee Bohle and Bela Greskovits, for their book entitled Capitalist Diversity on Europe’s Periphery.
Dorothee Bohle is Professor of Political Science at Central European University, Budapest. She specialises in the comparative political economy of Eastern Europe, with a focus on welfare regimes, industrial relations and tiny states. She is co-author of Capitalist Diversity on Europe’s Periphery, and her work has appeared in Studies in Comparative International Development, West European Politics, Journal of Democracy, European Journal of Sociology, and Review of International Political Economy among others. She received her PhD from Free University of Berlin, and was a Fernand Braudel Fellow at European University Institute, Florence.
Béla Greskovits is Professor of International Relations and European Studies at Central European University. His research interests are in social movements and protest, and the political economy of policy reform and transnational integration in Eastern Europe. He is author of The Political Economy of Protest and Patience, and co-author of Capitalist Diversity on Europe’s Periphery. He has published in International Politics, Studies in Comparative International Development, Labor History, West European Politics, European Journal of Sociology, and Journal of Democracy. He received his PhD from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and held the Luigi Einaudi Chair at Cornell University.