“Communal Political Mobilization: The Need to Distinguish Between Minority and Majority Parties,” with Kenneth Keulman, Journal of Comparative Politics, 10:1 (January 2017) pp. 69-87 – OPEN ACCESS – http://www.jofcp.org/
Empirical supporting material can be downloaded here: Excel
“Economic Inequality and Inter-Group Relations: Analyses Based on the Minorities at Risk Dataset,” The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations: Annual Review, Vol.13, (2013) pp. 1-21.
“Common Origin, Common Power, or Common Life: The Changing Landscape of Nationalisms,” Open Journal of Political Science, Vol.2.No.3 (Oct. 2012) pp.45-58, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2012.23006 – OPEN ACCESS, and also available here
“The Diversity of Political Behavior,” The International Journal of Community Diversity (a section of the International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations) Vol.12, Issue 3, (2012:3) pp.1-16.
“The European Regional Integration in the IR Literature: A Review of Scholarly Support and Opposition,” Open Journal of Philosophy, Vol.1. No2, November 2011, pp. 90-101, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2011.12015 – OPEN ACCESS, and also available here
“Predicting Prediction—The Is and Ought of Empirical Value Research,” in Proceedings of the 21st World Congress of Philosophy, Vol. 5. Logic and Philosophy of the Sciences, 2007, edited by Stephen Voss et al, pp. 133-145.
My English-language publications followed the typical evolution pattern that some conference papers matured into journal articles or conference proceeding items. A few years ago I was happy to join the open access publication movement – with the generous material support of the Simon Fraser University library – yet today I am a little scared by the proliferation of for-profit publishing groups in the field. I think that if we could start it anew, we should restrict open access academic publication to non-profits.
Earlier in my life, while living in East Europe, and being involved with philosophy, I published a few academic papers in Hungarian. These may be retrieved from the Magyar Filozófiai Szemle (Hungarian Review of Philosophy), 1993/1-2; Korunk (Our time), April 1993 and Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai, 1992.