The Hungarian Comparative Agendas Project will present three papers at Annual CAP Conference (Herzlya, Israel, 10-12, July).
Miklós Sebők will be a participant of the plenary session Coding and Data Presentations and Discussion: Accuracy, Efficiency, Innovation, and Replicability in CAP coding.
List of the papers presented by Hungarian CAP is as follows:
Tamás Barczikay and Zsolt Boda: The media effect on policy agendas – supporting the null-hypothesis? The case of Hungary 1990-2014
Miklós Sebők: Solving multi-class classification for low resource languages with large language models
Zsanett Pokornyi and Tamás Barczikay: What did the prime minister say? Government responses to COVID-19 in Hungary: A policy analysis