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Author: Arno Tausch
Arno Tausch is currently Honorary Associate Professor of Economics, Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary (since Fall Semester 2010) and adjunct professor (Universitaetsdozent) of political science at Innsbruck University, Department of Political Science, Innsbruck University, Austria (since 1988). He entered the Austrian Civil Service on January 1, 1992, and retired from active service on February 29, 2016. He served as an Austrian diplomat abroad and was attaché, and later counselor for labor and migration at the Austrian Embassy in Warsaw, 1992-1999. Since 1978, he taught numerous regular courses in political science, economics, and sociology at universities in Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, and the United States. He authored or coauthored books and articles for major international publishers and journals, among them 19 books in English, 2 books in French, 8 books in German, and around 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals and also numerous articles in the media of several countries. His publications also include a number of essays for leading economic and foreign policy global think tanks such as the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), Tel Aviv; the IZA Institute of Labour Economics, Bonn; the Polish Institute for International Affairs PISM, Warsaw; and the Vienna Institute for International Economic Comparisons (WIIW).
The Political Geography of Shoah Knowledge and Awareness, Estimated from the Analysis of Global Library Catalogues and Wikipedia User Statistics
January 14, 2020 | Arno Tausch
This article analyzes first provisional statistics on the availability of materials about the Shoah in the libraries of the world as an indicator of the global geography of Shoah knowledge and awareness.
The Demise of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Arab World?
January 14, 2020 | Hussein Solomon, Arno Tausch
Any effort to understand the Muslim Brotherhood must begin by viewing the movement within the broader context of Islamism.
Muslim Integration or Alienation in Non-Muslim-Majority Countries: The Evidence from International Comparative Survey Data
November 10, 2019 | Arno Tausch
While the debate about “Islam” in the West is now endless, it is surprising that hard-core comparable data are rather scarce.
Migration from the Muslim World to the West: Its Most Recent Trends and Effects
May 21, 2019 | Arno Tausch
Stephan Grigat, Israel’s Solitude: Zionism, the Israeli Left, and the Iranian Threat
September 3, 2018 | Arno Tausch
The Polish Theologian Waldemar Chrostowski and the Setback of the Christian-Jewish Dialogue
September 3, 2018 | Arno Tausch
Israel and the World of Catholicism(s)
March 24, 2018 | Arno Tausch
Poland is Not Yet Lost, But …
March 4, 2018 | Arno Tausch
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