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Journal article

SIMON, E. and PLESCHOVA, G., 2021. PhD students, significant others, and pedagogical conversations. The importance of trusting relationships for academic development. International Journal of Academic Development. ISSN 1360-144X

SIMON, E. and SIMON, A., 2020. Trusting through the Moscow-Washington hotline: a role theoretical explanation of the hotline's contribution to crisis stability. Journal of Global Security Studies. ISSN 2057-3170

SIMON, E., 2019. When David fights Goliath: a two-level explanation of small-state role-taking. Foreign Policy Analysis, 15 (1), pp. 118-135. ISSN 1743-8586

SIMON, E. and SIMON, A., 2017. The Soviet use of the Moscow–Washington hotline in the Six-Day War. Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 15 (3), pp. 284-305. ISSN 1479-4012

SIMON, E., 2015. Cognitivism, prospect theory, and foreign policy change: a comparative analysis of the politics of counterinsurgency in Malaya and Afghanistan. Small Wars & Insurgencies, 26 (6), pp. 886-911. ISSN 0959-2318

SIMON, E., 2014. Teaching political science research methods in Hungary: transferring student-centred teaching practices into a subject-focused academic culture. European Political Science, 13 (1), pp. 78-95. ISSN 1680-4333

DIMITROVA-GRAJZL, V., SIMON, E. and FISCHER, A., 2010. Political efficacy of emerging elites in post-socialist countries: the impact of disciplinary culture and political opportunities. Transition Studies Review, 17 (4), pp. 807-821. ISSN 1614-4007

DIMITROVA-GRAJZL, V. and SIMON, E., 2010. Political trust and historical legacy: the effect of varieties of socialism. East European Politics & Societies, 24 (2), pp. 206-228. ISSN 0888-3254

PLESCHOVÁ, G. and SIMON, E., 2009. Teacher training for political science PhD students in Europe: determinants of a tool for enhanced teaching in higher education. Journal of Political Science Education, 5 (3), pp. 233-249. ISSN 1551-2169

SIMON, A. and SIMON, E., 2004. Csúcsdiplomácia: a forródrót a hidegháborúban. Aetas, 19 (9), pp. 74-86. ISSN 0237-7934

ANDRASSY, G., SZABO, A., DUNAI, A., SIMON, E., NAGY, T., TRUMMER, Z., TAHY, A. and VARRO, A., 2003. Acute effects of cigarette smoking on the QT interval in healthy smokers. American Journal of Cardiology, 92 (4), pp. 489-492. ISSN 0002-9149

Authored book

PLESCHOVÁ, G., SIMON, E., QUINLAN, K.M., MURPHY, J., ROXA, T. and SZABÓ, M., 2012. The professionalisation of academics as teachers in higher education: science position paper. Strasbourg: European Science Foundation. ISBN 9782918428886

Chapter in book

BOZÓKI, A. and SIMON, E., 2019. Two faces of Hungary: from democratization to democratic backsliding. In: S.P. RAMET and C.M. HASSENSTAB, eds., Central and Southeast European politics since 1989. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 221-248. ISBN 9781108718660

ISHIYAMA, J., MILLER, W. and SIMON, E., 2015. Introduction. In: J. ISHIYAMA, W.J. MILLER and E. SIMON, eds., Handbook on teaching and learning in political science and international relations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, xxii-xxvii. ISBN 9781782548478

SIMON, E. and PLESCHOVÁ, G., 2012. Creating successful teacher development programmes. In: E. SIMON and G. PLESCHOVÁ, eds., Teacher development in higher education: existing programs, program impact, and future trends. New York: Routledge, pp. 274-279. ISBN 9780415502665

PLESCHOVÁ, G. and SIMON, E., 2012. What we know and fail to know about the impact of teacher development. In: E. SIMON and G. PLESCHOVÁ, eds., Teacher development in higher education: existing programs, program impact, and future trends. New York: Routledge, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9780415502665

BOZÓKI, A. and SIMON, E., 2010. Hungary since 1989. In: S.P. RAMET, ed., Central and Southeastern Europe since 1989. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 204-233. ISBN 9780511803185

BOZÓKI, A. and SIMON, E., 2006. Formal institutions and informal politics in Hungary. In: G. MEYER, ed., Formal institutions and informal politics in Central and Eastern Europe: Hungary, Poland, Russia and Ukraine. Opladen, Germany: Barbara Budrich, pp. 146-185. ISBN 9783866490604

SIMON, E., 2005. Párhuzamos válságkezelés a Reagan-adminisztrációban. In: G. KÁRMÁN, ed., Tanulmányok a 20 századról. Budapest: Sic Itur Ad Astra Egyesület, pp. 259-292.

Conference contribution

SIMON, E., 2021. Arenas of trust: President Carter's use of the Moscow-Washington hotline. In: The 3rd Annual UK Political Psychology Conference, [virtual], 11-15 January 2021.

SIMON, E. and PLESCHOVA, G., 2019. Exploring the role of trust in learning, teaching and educational development. Findings from a collaborative Erasmus+ project. In: SEDA Spring Conference/Learning and Assessment Conference 2019. Collaboration to support the student experience and progression, Belfast, 9-10 May 2019.

SIMON, E. and MOELLERING, G., 2019. How is trust institutionalized in international relations? Kennedy, Khrushchev and the Moscow‐Washington hotline. In: International Studies Association Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 27-30 March 2019.

SIMON, E., 2017. The consequences of the internationalization of political science education. In: European Consortium for Political Research, General Conference, Oslo, Norway, 06-09 September 2017.

Edited book

ISHIYAMA, J., MILLER, W.J. and SIMON, E., 2015. Handbook on teaching and learning in political science and international relations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. ISBN 9781782548478

SIMON, E. and PLESCHOVÁ, G., 2012. Teacher development in higher education: existing programs, program impact, and future trends. New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780203096826

Research report for external body

SIMON, E. and PLESCHOVÁ, G., 2019. The role of trusting relationships in facilitating change in teaching practices at the university level. University of Economics in Bratislava.

Other

SIMON, E., PLESCHOVÁ, G., SIMON, A., CURRAN, R., DAVIES, V., SZABÓ, M., KARM, M., REMMIK, M. and ROXÅ, T., 2019. Training program for new educational developers. European Union.

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