List of Publications – Boldizsár Megyesi

Boldizsár Megyesi – Ágnes Patakfalvy-Czirják – Réka Geambașu – Béla Kardon (2013): Thirst for science? Social conceptions of the research activity, the factors influencing career choices and the social impacts of Researchers’ Nights. HÉTFA Research Institute – RCISD. ISBN 978-963-89112-5-4

Anke Fischer – Vera Peters – Jan Vávra – Mirjam Neebe – Antoinette Kriel – Miloslav Lapka – Megyesi Boldizsár (2012): Climate Change? No, Wise Resource Use is the Issue: Social Representations of Energy, Climate Change and the Future. In: Environmental Policy and Governance, 2012, doi:10.1002/eet.1585

Anke Fischer – Vera Peters – Jan Vávra – Mirjam Neebe – Boldizsár Megyesi (2011): Energy use, climate change and folk psychology: Does sustainability have a chance? Results from a qualitative study in five European countries. In: Global Environmental Change (2011), Volume: 21, Issue: 3, pp. 1025-1034

B. Csurgó – I. Kovács – B. Megyesi (2009): Nature and culture – resource management and knowledge use in a Hungarian micro-region. In: Bruckmeier, Karl – Tovey, Hilary (eds): Rural Sustainable Development in the Knowledge Socety. Ashgate: Aldershot, UK. pp. 95-111.

E. Kelemen – B. Megyesi – M. Schermer (2010): Social capital as a Success Factor for Collective Marketing Initiatives. In: International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food, Vol. 18/1 pp. 89-103.

E. Kelemen – B. Megyesi – M. Schermer (2008): Knowledge Dynamics and Sustainability in Rural Livelihood Strategies: Two Case Studies from Hungary, In: Sociologia Ruralis, 48/3 pp. 257–273.

E. Kelemen – B. Megyesi (2007): The Role of Collective Marketing Initiatives in the Hungarian Agriculture. In: Eastern European Countryside, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland, 13, (1)

Boldizsár Megyesi (2012): Institutions and networks in rural development: two case studies from Hungary. In: Stefan Sjöblom, Kjell Andersson, Terry Marsden, Sarah Skerratt (szerk.) Sustainability and Short-term Policies: Improving Governance in Spatial Policy Interventions Surrey: Ashgate, 2012. pp. 217-244. (Ashgate Studies in Environmental Policy and Practice) (ISBN:978-1-4094-4677-4)

Boldizsár Megyesi (2005): Organic farming in Hungary – how the agricultural support system and rural development policy affect organic farmers’ motivation to convert. In: Mátéffy – Micanovic (eds.): New Countryside, Culture, Local governance and Sustainability in Rural Development. Sapientia – HUT, Dep. of Social Sciences. pp. 97-123.

Bernadett Csurgó – Imre Kovách – Anna Légmán – Boldizsár Megyesi: Energy demand, governance and infrastructure WP2Hungarian National Report, In: I. Kovách, N. Gotts (eds.) Climate Change and Local Governance: Alternative approaches to influencing household energy consumption – a comparative study of five European regions Studies in Political Science – Politikatudományi Tanulmányok

Bernadett Csurgó – Imre Kovách – Anna Légmán – Boldizsár Megyesi: Energy demand, governance and infrastructure, Comparative Report; In: Kovách I, Gotts Nick (eds.) Climate Change and Local Governance: Alternative approaches to influencing household energy consumption – a comparative study of five European regions, Studies in Political Science – Politikatudományi Tanulmányok

Bernadett Csurgó – Imre Kovách – Anna Légmán – Boldizsár Megyesi (2008): Encouraging Collective Farmers Marketing Initiatives (COFAMI) – The Hungarian Report, 2008/1, http://www.mtapti.hu/pdf/mtcofami08.pdf

Imre Kovách – Boldizsár Megyesi (2006): Local Food production and Knowledge Dynamics in Rural Sustainable Development., – In: Local Food Production … , the Polish, Hungarian and Czech cases; MTA PTI Digitális Archívum, Műhelytanulmányok pp. 24-38.

I. Kovách – L. Kristóf – E. Kelemen – I. Nagy (2005): Building Rurban Relations. Improvements, Institute for Political Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

B. Csurgó – I. Kovách – L. Kristóf – I. Nagy (2004): Building Rurban Relations. Producers Analysis, Institute for Political Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2004)