Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy

CJSSP is a double blind peer-reviewed journal of the Sociology Doctoral School of the Corvinus University of Budapest (CUB). It publishes original academic articles, research notes, and reviews from sociology, social policy and related fields in English. It invites contributions from the international community of social researchers. The journal covers a wide range of relevant social issues. It is open to new questions, unusual pesrpectives, explorations and explanations of social and economic behavior, local society, or supranational challenges. Strong preference is given to problem-driven, theoretically grounded empirical researches, comparative findings, logical arguments and careful methodological solutions.

The journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. With simillar objectives we do not charge authors for the publication of their articles. Articles submission and processing is free of charge as well.
CJSSP is financed by the Sociology Doctoral School of CUB. It is published in yearly volumes of two issues. It is reposited at Corvinus Research (, indexed by CEEOL, CNKI, EBSCO, EconBib, Google Scholar, IBSS Proquest, Index Copernicus, InfoBase Index,  SCOPUS, Sociological Abstracts and Web of Science ESCI.

Vol 8, No 2 (2017)

Please read our special issue of 2017 entitled "Elites in crisis" as well. It is available for view and download if you browse by issue in the left column.

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Table of Contents

Erzsébet Szalai
Luc Benda, Menno Fenger, Ferry Koster, Romke Van der Veen


Csongor Hajdu
Kitti Kutrovátz
Babatunde Joshua Omotosho


(Un)Making Europe: Report on the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association. Athens, 29.08.2017 – 01.09.2017
Ildikó Hrubos
8th European System Dynamics Workshop (EuSDW-VIII): Modelling sustainability pathways: bridging science, policy and society (31st May - 2nd June 2017, Lisbon). An admittedly personal account from an outsider’s perspective
Gábor Király
Risk society in housing: Responsibilization and the socialization of risk
Vera Csilla Horvath
Street of pleasure - Hungarian sex for euro by Vera Munk (Bookline books 2017)
Fanni Dés
The Shape of the New: Four Big Ideas and How they made the modern world by Scott L. Montgomery and Daniel Chirot (UK, Princeton University Press, 2015)
Juhi Pandya
Gypsy economy: Romani livelihoods and notions of worth in the 21st century
Anikó Havelda


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