PhDr. Pavel Pšeja, Ph.D.

PhDr. Pavel Pšeja, Ph.D.

Education

  • 2003 - Ph.D./PhDr.
Subject: Political Science

Degrees at the School of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno

Dissertation Thesis: stranický systém České republiky v létech 1989-1998. Analýza vývojových trendů a možnosti teoretického zařazení (Party System of the Czech Republic in 1989-1998. Analysis of Developmental Trends and Possibilities of Theoretical Understanding)

  • 1996 - M.A.
Subject: Political Science

Degree at the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Brno

Master’s Thesis: Stranický systém České republiky pod listopadu 1989 (Party System of the Czech Republic after November 1989)

 

 

Current Positions

 

  • Since October 2017: Part-time Lecturer, Department of IR and European Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno
  • Since September 2014: Chair/Member of the Board, Association for Democracy Assistance and Human Rights (DEMAS), Prague
  • Since March 2008: Vice Chair/Expert Evaluator for the 7th Framework Program and Horizon2020, European Commission, Brussels
  • Since October 2006: Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, School of Political Studies – CEVRO Institute, Prague

 

Previous Working Experience

 

  • October 1999 – September 2017: Assistant Professor, Department of IR and European Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno
  • July 2004 – June 2012: Democracy Promotion Programs Coordinator and Lecturer, Democracy and Culture Studies Centre (CDK), Brno
  • November 2008 – June 2010: Expert Evaluator, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic, Prague
  • January 2005 – April 2007: Researcher, Institute of Comparative Political Science Research, School of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno
  • September 2002 – October 2003: Senior Lecturer, Department of IR and European Studies, School of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno
  • November 2000 – June 2004: Books and Journal Editor, Foreign Rights Manager, Democracy and Culture Studies Centre (CDK), Brno
  • September 1999 – September 2002: Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science, School of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno
  • September 1997 – December 1998: Researcher, Department of Social Trends, School of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno
  • December 1995 – August 2008: Freelance translator, focus on social sciences and humanities (details please see below)

 

 

Major Grants, Awards and Qualifications

 

  • Invited Country Expert for Varieties of Democracy Database (www.v-dem.net), Gothenburg University, Sweden, since November 2016
  • International Electoral Observers Training, EIUC, Venezia, Italy, November 2016
  • Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel, August 2015, Research Fellowship, Masaryk Distinguished Chair
  • University of Haifa, Faculty of Political Science, Israel, December 2014-January 2015, Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, Visiting Lecturer, course on “Democratization in Central and Eastern Europe”
  • Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel, May 2014, Research Fellowship, Masaryk Distinguished Chair
  • University of Jordan, Faculty of International Studies, Amman, Jordan, February/May 2011, Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, Visiting Lecturer, series of lectures on selected issues of Central European Politics, of the European identity, and of various aspects of International Relations
  • Armed Conflicts in International Relations since the End of Cold War, Grant Agency of the Czech Republic, Research Grant Award of app. 160.000 USD, 2009-2012 (co-solver)
  • Political Science in Central Europe, Grant Agency of the Czech Republic, Research Grant Award of app. 50.000 USD, 2007-2009 (co-solver)
  • Hawai’i Pacific University, College of International Studies, Honolulu, U.S.A., January-June 2006, Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence (three courses, e.g. “Comparative Politics: Central Europe” and “Making of European Idea” taught through two semesters)
  • Otto von Guericke Universität, Institut für fremdsprachliche Philologien, European Studies, Magdeburg, Germany, April-December 2005, Commerzbank Professor in Political Science (four courses, e.g. “Central European Politics” and “Making of European Idea” taught through two semesters)
  • Political Parties and Representation of Interests in Contemporary European Democracies, Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic, 2005-2007, Member of the Major Research Group
  • Political Actors in the Process of Europeanization and Internationalization of the Political Arena in the Czech Republic, Ministry of Work and Social Affairs of the Czech Republic, Research Grant Award of app. 280.000 USD, 2004-2009 (co-solver)

 

 

Major Conferences and Invited Lectures

 

  • Taras Shevchenko National University, Institute of International Relations, Kiev, Ukraine, course on “Post-Communist Transformation in Central Europe and its Foreign Policy Implications”, November 2017
  • Taras Shevchenko National University, Institute of International Relations, Kiev, Ukraine, course on “Post-Communist Transformation in Central Europe and its Foreign Policy Implications”, November 2016
  • Association for Israel Studies Conference, Jerusalem, Israel, paper on “Transformation of the EU-Israel Relations since 2010: Coming Together or Drifting Apart?”, presented in a panel organized by Dr. Gallia Lindenstrauss, June 2016
  • Training Seminar “Success on the Parliamentary Level”, jointly organized by CEVRO Prague and the International Republican Institute, a series of lectures about the tools to define political parties’ agenda and target relevant electorate, Saigon, Vietnam, April 2016
  • International Studies Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, USA, paper on “EU and Israel: The Case of "Lite" Europeanization?“, presented in a panel organized by Dr. Amir Lupovici, March 2016
  • Taras Shevchenko National University, Institute of International Relations, Kiev, Ukraine, course on “Post-Communist Transformation in Central Europe and its Foreign Policy Implications”, November 2015
  • Forum 2000 Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, invited speaker in a panel on “Democracy and Education”, panel on “Civil Society: Democracy and Education”, September 2015
  • IDC Herzliya, Israel, Visiting Lecturer, course on “How to Change a Regime? Democratic Transitions in Comparative Perspective”, July-August 2015
  • ECPR General Conference, Glasgow, Great Britain, paper on “EU and Israel: Good Neighbors?”, presented in a panel organized by Prof. Radoslaw Fiedler, September 2014
  • University of Vienna, Institute of Political Science, Vienna, Austria, March-June 2014, Visiting Lecturer, teaching a full course on “Transitions to Democracy: Post-Communist Central Europe Experience”
  • Association for Israel Studies Conference, Sde Boker, Israel, paper on “Europeanization in Israel: Mission (Im)Possible?”, presented in a panel organized by Dr. Gallia Lindenstrauss, June 2014
  • IDC Herzliya, Israel, seminar guest talk on “Democratization in Central and Eastern Europe: A Comparative Perspective”, May 2014
  • University of Haifa, Israel, Faculty of Law, Visiting Lecturer, December 2013-January 2014, course on “Democratization in Central and Eastern Europe”
  • ECPR General Conference, Bordeaux, France, paper on “Democratization in Burma in a Comparative Perspective”, presented in a panel organized by Dr. Anja Mihr, September 2013
  • University of Porto, Faculty of Arts, Portugal, May 2013, an intensive course on “Transitions towards Democracy”
  • University of Porto, Faculty of Arts, Portugal, October 2012, an intensive course on “Making of an European Idea”
  • University of Bergen, Department of Comparative Politics, Norway, October 2012, lectures on post-communist transformation in Central Europe
  • Tallinn University, Institute of Political Science and Governance, Estonia, May 2012, series of lectures on selected issues of the European identity
  • Otto von Guericke Universität, Institut für fremdsprachliche Philologien, European Studies, Magdeburg, Germany, November 2011, lecture on “Central European Politics since 1989”
  • Bilgi University Istanbul, Department of International Relations, Turkey, October 2011, series of lectures on selected issues of the European identity
  • ECPR General Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, paper on “Political Science in Visegrad Countries: Similarity or Divergence?” (co-author Jan Holzer), presented in a panel organized by prof. Jacek Czaputowicz, August 2011
  • University of Vienna, Institute of Political Science, Vienna, Austria, June 2011, Visiting Lecturer, teaching a full course on “Central European Politics”
  • University of Malta, Faculty of Arts, Department of International Relations, Malta, March 2011, series of lectures on selected issues of Central European Politics and of the European identity
  • Technical University Chemnitz, Institute of European Studies, Germany, November 2010, series of lectures on selected issues of Central European Politics
  • Workshop on "Beyond Enlargement. The Wider Europe and the New Neighbourhood", University of Bologna, presentation on “Regional Co-operation in the Central Europe”, September 2010
  • Workshop on “Beyond Europeanization?”, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, paper on “Europeanization of Political Parties in the Czech Republic” (co-author Vít Hloušek), May 2008
  • Conference on “Shaping and Reshaping Social Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe”, Centre d'étude de la vie politique (Cevipol), Institute of European Studies, Faculty of Social, Political and Economical Sciences, Université Libre de Bruxelles, paper on “Cohabitation of the Czech Social Democracy and the Communist Party” (co-author Lubomír Kopeček), September 2007
  • ECPR General Conference, Pisa, Italy, paper on “Europeanization of Political Parties and Party System in the Czech Republic” (co-author Vít Hloušek), presented in a panel organized by prof. Aleks Szczerbiak, September 2007
  • University of Bologna, Faculty of Political Science in Forli, Italy, May 2007, series of lectures on selected issues of Central European Politics
  • Workshop on “Decentralization and Regionalization in Central and Eastern Europe”, Quedlinburg, Germany, November 2005, organized by University of Tübingen, Paper on “Region-Building and Party Politics in the Czech Republic”
  • University of Bergen, Norway, September 2004, Lecture on “International Relations in the Masaryk University”
  • Otto von Guericke Universität, Institut für fremdsprachliche Philologien, European Studies, Magdeburg, Germany, December 2003, Lecture on “Social and Political Background of the Regime Change in the Czech Republic after 1989“
  • Conference on “Rapid social change after the political transformation in the Czech Republic and Saxony”, Freiberg, Germany, November 2003, Paper on “Civic Forum as a vehicle of social and political changes”
  • Conference on “Three Social Science Disciplines in Central and Eastern Europe: Handbook on Economics, Political Science and Sociology (1989-2001)“, Collegium Budapešť/GESIS Berlin, Budapest, Hungary, February 2002, Paper on „Time of Emergence. Czech Political Science after 1989“
  • University of M. Curie-Sklodowska, Lublin, Poland, February-March 2000, Visiting Teacher, Series of Lectures on Foreign Policy of the Czech Republic

 

 

Current Memberships

 

  • since January 2014: member of Association for Israel Studies (AIS)
  • since January 2014: member of American Political Science Association (APSA)
  • since April 2005: participating in institutional membership in European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)
  • since June 2004: member of Global Development Network (www.gdnet.org)
  • since September 2003: member of Czech Political Science Association
  • since September 2003: member of Editorial Circle of International Politics, ÚMV Praha (www.iir.cz)
  • since January 2001: member of Editorial Board of Review of Politics, CDK, Brno (www.cdk.cz)

 

 

Other Related Activities

 

  • Non-govermental Sector: Member of the Democracy and Culture Studies Centre (www.cdk.cz), independent non-profit organization focused on international democracy promotion, and on research and educational activities in the fields of politics and culture. Positions: Project Manager (July 2004 – June 2009) and Lecturer (since July 2009).
  • Lecturer and trainer in the democracy promotion projects organized by the CDK and People in Need (www.clovekvtisni.cz/en), and focused on the Ukraine, Iraq, Cuba (fieldwork), and Burma (fieldwork).
  • Professional Editing: Leading Professional Editor of an Editorial Series “Contemporary International Relations Theory” published by the Centre of Strategic Studies, Brno, 2005-2006.
  • Translation (until August 2008): a freelance translator of English literature in social sciences and humanities. List of translated books includes (selection):

Larry Siedentop: Democracy in Europe (published by Barrister&Principal, Brno, November 2004)

John M. Keynes: Economic Consequences of the Peace (published by CDK, Brno, October 2004)

Stefano Guzzini: Realism in International Relations and International Political Economy (published by Barrister&Principal, Brno, April 2004)

Hugh Lawrence: Medieval Monasticism (published by CDK, Brno, April 2003)

Steve Smith & Ken Booth: International Relations Theory Today (published by Barrister&Principal, Brno, October 2001)

Martin Hollis & Steve Smith: Explaining and Understanding International Relations (published by CDK, Brno, October 2000)

Eric J. Hobsbawm: Nations and Nationalism since 1780 (published by CDK, Brno, April 2000)

Paul Johnson: A History of Christianity (published by Barrister&Principal and CDK, Brno, March 1999)

Peter L. Berger: A Far Glory (published by Barrister&Principal and CDK, Brno, March 1997)

John Carroll: Humanism (published by CDK, Brno, September 1996)

 

Publications

Overall Citation Record: 353 quotations including 32 in WOS and 52 in Scopus (July 2017)

 

Monographs and Edited Books:

  • Pšeja, Pavel, Stanislav Balík, Vít Hloušek, Jan Holzer, Lubomír Kopeček, and Andrew Roberts. 2017. The Czech Politics: From the West to East and Back Again. Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Oldřich Krpec, Zdeněk Kříž, and Petr Suchý. 2015. Moc a zájmy v mezinárodním systému. Procesy, aktéři a problémy v mezinárodních vztazích (Power and Interests in the International System. Processes, Actors, and Issues in International Relations). Brno: Muni Press.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Stanislav Balík. Eds. 2006. Perechod k demokratii – češskij opyt (Transition to Democracy – Czech Experience). Brno: CDK, 315 pp.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Oldřich Krpec. Eds. 2006. Mezinárodní politická ekonomie (International Political Economy). Brno: MPÚ MU, 159 pp.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2005. Stranický systém České republiky. Politické strany a jejich vývoj 1989-1998 (Party System of the Czech Republic. Political Parties and their Development 1989-1998). Brno: CDK, 201 pp.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. Ed. 2005. Přehled teorií mezinárodních vztahů (Theories of International Relations: An Overview): Brno: MPÚ MU, 160 pp.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Stanislav Balík. Eds. 2005. Amalíjat biná' al-mu'assasát ad-dímuqrátíja: Dirását min al-Džumhúríja 't-tšíkíja (Democratic Institutions Building: Experience of the Czech Republic). Brno and Bagdad: CDK and International Republican Institute, 259 pp.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. Ed. 2001. Zahraniční politika České republiky k zemím Blízkého Východu, Zakavkazska a Střední Asie (Foreign Policy of the Czech Republic towards the Near East, Transcaucasia and Central Asia). Brno: MPÚ MU, 110 pp.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Petr Fiala, Jan Holzer and Miroslav Mareš. 2000. Komunismus v České republice. Vývojové, systémové a ideové aspekty působení KSČM a dalších komunistických organizací v české politice. (Communism in the Czech Republic. Developmental, Systemic and Doctrinal Aspects of the Activities of KSČM and other Communist Organizations in the Czech Politics). Brno: MPÚ MU (International Institute of Political Science, Masaryk University), 315 pp.

 

Articles and Book Chapters:

·         Pšeja, Pavel and Vlastimil Havlík. Forthcoming 2018. „Vývoj českého stranicko-politického systému 1989-2014“ (The Development of the Czech Party System 1989-2014). In: Encyklopedie českých právních dějin (The Encyclopedia of the Czech Legal History). Eds. Karel Schelle and Jaromír Tauchen. Plzeň: Vydavatelství Aleš Čeněk.

·         Pšeja, Pavel and Šárka Michková. 2017. „Nevládní aktéři v české zahraniční politice“ (Non-Governmental Actors in Czech Foreign Policy). In: Aktéři a tvorba české zahraniční politiky (The Actors and Processes of the Czech Foreign Policy). Ed. Michal Kořán. Brno: Munipress a CDK, 340-373.

·         Pšeja, Pavel and Zuzana Vránová. 2012. „Teorie mezinárodních vztahů a válka po roce 1989 (IR Theories and War after 1989).“ In: Ozbrojené konflikty po konci studené války (Armed Conflicts since the End of Cold War). Eds. Zdeněk Kříž and Ivo Pospíšil. Brno: Muni Press, 25-38.

·         Pšeja, Pavel and Zuzana Vránová. 2012. „Příčiny války optikou teorií MV: na cestě k jednotě či různosti? (The causes of war as viewed by IR theories: on the road towards unity or divergence?)“. Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 19 (1), 67-85.

  • Pšeja, Pavel and Vít Hloušek. 2010. „Europeanization of Political Parties and the Party System in the Czech Republic.“ In: Does EU Membership Matter? Party Politics in Central and Eastern Europe. Ed. Tim Haughton. London: Routledge, 101-127.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Jan Holzer. 2010. „Twenty Years of Czech Political Science: On the Edge of Maturity.“ In: Political Science in Central-East Europe. Diversity and Convergence. Eds. Rainer Eisfeld and Leslie A. Pal. Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers, 103-118.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Jan Holzer, Roman Chytilek and Michal Šindelář. 2009. „Kým a kde se produkuje česká politická věda? Personálně-institucionální analýza publikací v českých recenzovaných politologických časopisech. (By Whom and Where the Czech Political Science is Produced? A Personal and Institutional Analysis of Articles in Peer-Reviewed Czech Political Science Journals)“. Středoevropská politická studia (Central European Political Studies). 11 (2-3), 22 pp.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Vít Hloušek. 2009. „Europeanization of Political Parties and the Party System in the Czech Republic.“ Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics. 25 (4), special issue, 513-539.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Vít Hloušek. 2009. „Evropeizace politických stran v České republice. (Europeanization of Political Parties in the Czech Republic)“. In: Evropeizace zájmů. Politické strany a zájmové skupiny v České republice (Europeanization of Interests. Political Parties and Interest Groups in the Czech Republic). Ed. Petr Fiala. Brno: Nakladatelství Masarykovy university (Masaryk University Press), 91-122.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Jan Holzer, Roman Chytilek and Michal Šindelář. 2009. „Jaká se produkuje politická věda? Tematická analýza publikací v českých recenzovaných politologických časopisech. (Which Political Science? A Subject Analysis of Articles in Peer-Reviewed Czech Political Science Journals)“. Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 16 (2), 91-115.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Vít Hloušek. 2008. „Evropeizace politických stran a stranického systému v České republice (Czech Political Parties and their Party System in the Proces sof Europeanization)“. Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 15 (4), 299-317.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Miroslav Mareš. 2008. „Partis agrariens et paysans en République tcheque.“
    In: Les partis agrariens et paysans en Europe. Eds. Jean-Michel De Waele and Daniel-Louis Seiler. Brusel: Editions de l'Université de Bruxelles, 139-151.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2008. „Holding the Ground: Communism and Political Parties in the Post-Communist Czech Republic.“ In: Totalitarismus und Transformation. Defizite der Demokratiekonsolidierung in Mittel- und Osteuropa. Eds. Uwe Backes, Tytus Jaskulowski and Abel Polese. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 135-154. 
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Lubomír Kopeček. 2008. „Czech Social Democracy and its Cohabitation with the Communist Party: The Story of a Neglected Affair.“ Communist and Post-communist Studies. 41 (3), 317-338.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Vlastimil Havlík. 2007. „Evropeizace jako předmět výzkumu v sociálních vědách. (Europeanization as a Research Field in Social Science)“. Sociální studia (Social Studies). 10 (3), 7-16.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Lubomír Kopeček. 2007. „ČSSD a KSČM: na cestě ke spojenectví? Nástin souvztažností vývoje a vzájemných vlivů. (The Czech Social Democratic Party and the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia: On the Road Towards Partnership? An Outline of Mutual Influences and Correlations in their Development)“. Politologická revue (Czech Review of Political Science). 13 (2), 220-246.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Jan Holzer. 2007. „Politologia Czeska: pietnasce lat rozwoju. (Czech Political Science: Fifteen Years of Development).“ In: Politologia w Polsce. Stan badaň i perspektywy (Political Science in Poland: State of the Field and its Perspectives). Wroclaw : Wydawnictwo UW, 109-131.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Jan Holzer. 2007. „Na cestě k světlým zítřkům aneb česká politologie patnáct let po. (On the Road towards Bright Future, or the Czech Political Science Fifteen Years After).” Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 14 (1), 61-70.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2006. „Političeskije partii i perechod Češskoj Respubliki k demokratii (Political Parties and Czech Republic’s Transition to Democracy)“. In: Perechod k demokratii – češskij opyt (Transition to Democracy – Czech Experience). Eds. Pavel Pšeja and Stanislav Balík. Brno: CDK, 211-228.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Oldřich Krpec. 2006. “Ekonomika jako aspekt výzkumu v mezinárodních vztazích – Mezinárodní politická ekonomie (Economics as a Research Field in International Relations – International Political Economy).“ In: Mezinárodní politická ekonomie (International Political Economy). Eds. Pavel Pšeja and Oldřich Krpec. Brno: MPÚ MU, 9-20.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Petr Fiala, Vít Hloušek, Markéta Pitrová, and Petr Suchý. 2006. „Evropeizace politických stran a zájmových skupin: základní problémy a směry analýzy. (The Europeanization of Political Parties and Interest Groups: Basic Problems and Trends of Analysis).“ Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 13 (1), 3-26.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2006. „Vývoj ODS a jejího postavení ve stranickém systému ČR (Civic Democratic Party: Development of its Position in the Party System of the Czech Republic).“ In: Občanská demokratická strana a česká politika. ODS v českém politickém systému v letech 1991-2006. (The Civic Democratic Party and Czech Politics. ODS in the Czech Party System 1991-2006). Ed. Stanislav Balík. Brno: CDK, 7-17.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2005. „Některé otázky výzkumu politických stran České republiky. (Some Issues in Political Parties Research in the Czech Republic).“ In: Víceúrovňové vládnutí: teorie, přístupy, metody. (Multilevel Governance: Theory, Approaches, Methods). Eds. Petr Fiala and Maxmilián Strmiska. Brno: CDK, 242-253.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2005. „Al-ahzáb as-sijásíja wa 'intiqál al-Džumhúríja 't-tšíkíja ilá 'd-dímuqrátíja (Political Parties, Czech Republic and Transition to Democracy).“ In: Amalíjat biná' al-mu'assasát ad-dímuqrátíja: Dirását min al-Džumhúríja 't-tšíkíja (Democratic Institutions Building: Experience of the Czech Republic). Eds. Pavel Pšeja and Stanislav Balík. Brno/Baghdad: CDK/International Republican Institute, 165-178.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2005. „Vývoj a povaha teorie mezinárodních vztahů (Evolution and Nature of International Relations Theory).” In: Přehled teorií mezinárodních vztahů (Theories of International Relations: An Overview). Ed. Pavel Pšeja. Brno: MPÚ MU, 11-23.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2005. „Malé strany konzervativní orientace (Small Conservative Parties).” In: Politické strany: Vývoj politických stran a hnutí v českých zemích a Československu (Political Parties: Development of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Lands and in Czechoslovakia). Eds. Jiří Malíř and Pavel Marek. Vol. II. Doplněk: Brno, 1681-1694.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Miroslav Mareš. 2005. „Malé strany liberální orientace (Small Liberal Parties).” In: Politické strany: Vývoj politických stran a hnutí v českých zemích a Československu (Political Parties: Development of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Lands and in Czechoslovakia). Eds. Jiří Malíř and Pavel Marek. Vol. II. Doplněk: Brno, 1667-1680.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Miroslav Mareš. 2005. „Zemědělské a rurální strany (Agricultural and Rural Parties).” In: Politické strany: Vývoj politických stran a hnutí v českých zemích a Československu (Political Parties: Development of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Lands and in Czechoslovakia). Eds. Jiří Malíř and Pavel Marek. Vol. II. Doplněk: Brno, 1605-1614.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Miroslav Mareš. 2005. „Občanská demokratická aliance (Civic Democratic Alliance).” In: Politické strany: Vývoj politických stran a hnutí v českých zemích a Československu (Political Parties: Development of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Lands and in Czechoslovakia). Eds. Jiří Malíř and Pavel Marek. Vol. II. Doplněk: Brno, 1531-1556.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2005. „Občanské forum (Civic Forum).” In: Politické strany: Vývoj politických stran a hnutí v českých zemích a Československu (Political Parties: Development of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Lands and in Czechoslovakia). Eds. Jiří Malíř and Pavel Marek. Vol. II. Doplněk: Brno, 1489-1502.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2005. „Občanská demokratická strana (Civic Democratic Party).” In: Politické strany: Vývoj politických stran a hnutí v českých zemích a Československu (Political Parties: Development of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Lands and in Czechoslovakia). Eds. Jiří Malíř and Pavel Marek. Vol. II. Doplněk: Brno, 1503-1530.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Lubomír Kopeček. 2005. „Česká strana sociálně demokratická (Czech Social Democratic Party).” In: Politické strany: Vývoj politických stran a hnutí v českých zemích a Československu (Political Parties: Development of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Lands and in Czechoslovakia). Eds. Jiří Malíř and Pavel Marek. Vol. II. Doplněk: Brno, 1463-1488.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Petr Fiala and Miroslav Mareš. 2005. „Komunisté a jejich strany (Communist Parties).” In: Politické strany: Vývoj politických stran a hnutí v českých zemích a Československu (Political Parties: Development of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Lands and in Czechoslovakia). Eds. Jiří Malíř and Pavel Marek. Vol. II. Doplněk: Brno, 1413-1432.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2004. „Občanská demokratická strana jako hlavní „dědic“ OF a „agens“ stranického systému ČR, 1991-1998 (Civic Democratic Party as the Major Heir to the Civic Forum and an „Agent“ of the Party System of the Czech Republic).“ Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 11 (4), 453-472.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2004. „Občanské fórum jako katalysátor vývoje stranického systému ČR (Civic Forum as an Agency in the Development of the Czech Party System).“ Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 11 (3), 316-327.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Jan Holzer. 2003. „First Decade of Czech Political Science: Issues, Research, Methods.” In: Contemporary Questions of Central European Politics. Ed. Ladislav Cabada. Plzeň: ZČU, 234-248.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2003. „Strana na rozcestí? ČSSD a volby do Poslanecké sněmovny v roce 2002 (Party at the Crossroads? Social-Democratic Party and Parliamentary Elections in 2002).” In: Volby do Poslanecké sněmovny 2002 (Election to the House of Deputies in 2002). Eds. Lukáš Linek, Ladislav Mrklas, Adéla Seidlová and Petr Sokol. Praha: AV ČR, 181-191.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2003. „Sociální encykliky Jana Pavla II. a jejich politické aspekty (Social Encyclicals of John Paul II. and their Political Aspects).” In: Katolická sociální nauka a společenská věda (Catholic Social Teaching and Social science). Eds. Petr Fiala, Jiří Hanuš and Jan Vybíral. Brno: CDK, 143-156.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Jan Holzer. 2002. „Time of Emergence. Czech Political Science after 1989.” In: Three Social Science Disciplines in Central and Eastern Europe. Eds. Max Kaase and Vera Sparschuh. Bonn/Berlin: GESIS/Collegium Budapest, 226-245.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2002. „Konflikt (Conflict).” In: Česká bezpečnostní terminologie (Czech Security Terminology). Ed. Petr Zeman. Brno: MPÚ MU, 80-84.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2002. „Moc (Power).” In: Česká bezpečnostní terminologie (Czech Security Terminology). Ed. Petr Zeman. Brno: MPÚ MU, 69-74.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2002. „Rovnováha moci (Balance of Power).” In: Česká bezpečnostní terminologie (Czech Security Terminology). Ed. Petr Zeman. Brno: MPÚ MU, 75-79.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2001. „ČSSD po krajských volbách (Social Democratic Party after Regional Elections).” In: Krajské volby 2000. Fakta, názory, komentáře (Regional Elections in 2000: Facts, Opinions, Commentaries). Ed. Ladislav Mrklas. Praha: CEVRO, 115-122.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Petr Fiala and Miroslav Mareš. 2001. „Formation of the System of Political Parties in the Czech Republic 1989-1992.“ Studia Polityczne. 10 (1), 145-162.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2001. „Problematika bezpečnosti v mezinárodních vztazích – 1. Obecné pojetí a souvislosti (Security Problems in International Relations: General Overview and Consequences).” Analýzy a studie. 3 (2).
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2001. „Problematika bezpečnosti v mezinárodních vztazích – 2. Hlavní přístup: neorealismus a jeho varianty (Security Problems in International Relations: Major Approach – Neorealism and its Variants).” Analýzy a studie. 3 (4).
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2001. „Problematika bezpečnosti v mezinárodních vztazích – 3. Alternativní přístupy neorealismu (Security Problems in International Relations: Alternatives to Neorealism).” Analýzy a studie. 3 (5/6).
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Petr Fiala and Miroslav Mareš. 2000. „Český stranický systém po roce 1989 (Czech Party System after 1989).” In: Přehled politického stranictví na území českých zemí a Československa v letech 1861-1998 (A Review of Partisanship in the Czech Lands and Czechoslovakia in 1861-1998). Ed. Pavel Marek et al. Olomouc: Universita Palackého/Gloria, 359-374.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2000. „Současná teorie mezinárodních vztahů – 1. Obecné rozlišení (Contemporary Theory of International Relations: General Survey).” Analýzy a studie. 2 (7), 7-12.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2000. „Současná teorie mezinárodních vztahů – 2. Neoeralismus a neoliberální institucionalismus (Contemporary Theory of International Relations: Neorealism and Neoliberal Institutionalism).” Analýzy a studie. 2 (8), 7-10.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 2000. „Současná teorie mezinárodních vztahů – 3. Reflektivistické teorie: moderní podoba teorie mezinárodních vztahů (Contemporary Theory of International Relations: Reflectivist Theories – Modern Form of the International Relations Theory).” Analýzy a studie. 2 (9/10), 15-19.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Petr Fiala and Miroslav Mareš. 1999. „The Development of Political Parties and the Party System.” In: Ten Years of Rebuilding Capitalism: Czech Society after 1989. Eds. Petr Matějů and Jiří Večerník. Praha: Academia, 273-294.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 1999. „Mezinárodní trestní soud a jeho legitimita (International Criminal Court and its Legitimacy).” Analýzy a studie. 1 (1), 5-9.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 1999. „Nacionalistické strany v České republice (Nationalistic Parties in the Czech Republic).” In: Nacionalistické politické strany v Evropě (Nationalistic Political Parties in Europe). Eds. Břetislav Dančák and Petr Fiala. Brno: MPÚ MU, 73-79.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Petr Fiala. 1998. „Vývoj organisační struktury českých politických stran po listopadu 1989 (Development of the Organizational Structure of the Czech Political Parties after November 1989).” Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 5 (4), 419-430.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Miroslav Mareš. 1998. „Programatika Občanské demokratické aliance (Programme of the Civic Democratic Alliance).” Politologický časopis. 5 (4), 406-418.
  • Pšeja, Pavel and Miroslav Mareš. 1998. „Vývoj Občanské demokratické aliance (Evolution of the Civic Democratic Alliance).” Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 5 (3), 265-293.
  • Pšeja, Pavel, Petr Fiala and Miroslav Mareš. 1998. „Vývoj politických stran a jejich systému po listopadu 1989 (Development of the Czech Political Parties and the Party System since November 1989).“ In: Zpráva o vývoji české společnosti 1989-1998 (Report on the Development of the Czech Society 1989-1998). Ed. Jiří Večerník. Praha: Academia, 269-286.
  • Pšeja, Pavel. 1994. „Volby v Rakousku - krok do neznáma? (Elections in Austria – A Step towards Uncertainty?).” Politologický časopis (Czech Journal of Political Science). 1 (2).

 

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