Ákos Bence Gát is a researcher at the Europe Strategy Research Institute of the Ludovika University of Public Service and head of foreign affairs at the Danube Institute, cooperating with Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC). He holds degrees from Sciences Po Paris,
University of Strasbourg, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University and ÉNA. Previously he was political advisor to the minister and Head of Department in the Ministry of Justice, as well as advisor to the President of the European Parliament. He is author of a book on European Policy of the rule of law, he also defended his PhD thesis on the subject in 2022.
Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union: a reinterpreted instrument?
Missing from the State of the Union speech: How can the rule of law be guaranteed in the EU institutions?
The rule of law debate and the Covid-19 pandemic: towards an ever divided Union?
Gát Ákos Bence: European Policy on the Rule of Law – a Glimpse Behind the Scenes, KKETTK, Budapest, 2021
The genesis of the EU’s rule of law mechanisms applied against Central European Member States
Analysing the new Rule of Law Mechanism of the European Commission: Origins, contexts and questions about of the first Annual Rule of Law Report
La genèse et la relation des différents instruments de la politique publique européenne de l’État de droit