You can also access Virág Blazsek’s papers at the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) and at the Hungarian Scientific Bibliography [in Hungarian: A Magyar Tudományos Művek Tára (MTMT)] or download her MTMT Publication List (as of April 21, 2021) here


  • Common Core of European Private Law Award for Young Professionals, Turin, Italy (2011)

Research Report on European Cross-border Insolvency Proceedings in Hungary (see acknowledgements of research assistantship on pages 6 and 120), in SECURITIES RIGHTS AND THE EUROPEAN INSOLVENCY REGULATION (Chapter 8: Central and Eastern European Systems – Hungary, Poland and Lithuania, (McCormack & Bork (eds.), Intersentia, Cambridge, UK, 2017)

Research Report (see acknowledgement of research assistantship in note 1 on page 79), in A HAGYATÉKI VAGYONTERVEZÉS — ESTATE PLANNING (Közjegyzői Akadémia Kiadó, Hungary, 2015)

Research Reports, Consultancies

Research Report on Bank Resolution in Hungary, study on resolution authorities and their institutional settings in EU Member States, Legal Research Publication Series, Bank of Italy (March 2023)

Conference Report: Inaugural Conference on Recent Developments in Insolvency Law Reflections on the Pandemic and Brexit [Dr Virág Blazsek, Dr Oriana Casasola, and Dr Karina Patricio Ferreira Lima (eds.)], Centre for Business Law and Practice, University of Leeds, UK (Oct. 2022)

Research Report, USA Legal Mapping – Study on the Adequacy of the Information to be Disclosed under Article 89(1) of the Capital Requirements Directive IV in the EU for the European Commission via CEPS and Milieu (May 2021)

Peer-reviewed Articles

Conservatorship, quantitative easing, and mortgage spreads: a new multi-equation score-driven model of policy actions (with Professor Szabolcs Blazsek, School of Business of the Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Guatemala and Adam Kobor, Director of Investments at the NYU Investment Office, New York, NY), Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics (March 31, 2022)

Financial Consumer Protection in the U.S. and the E.U.: A Preventive Building Block of Banking Bailout Law, Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference on the protection of the collective interests of consumers (see article no. 20) (October 24, 2020) (ISBN 978-86-7952-050-0), Union University Law School, Belgrade, Serbia (2021), see also on SSRN

The European Aspects of Global Financial Developments, 11 J. Bus. Entrepreneurship & L. 233 (2018), see also on SSRN

Competition Law and State Aid for Failing Banks in the European Union and its Specific Implications for Central and Eastern European Member States, Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies, vol. 9(14), 145-158, Warsaw, Poland (2016), see also on SSRN

A Comparative Analysis of the Bad Asset Management Companies of Spain and Hungary: the Devil is in the Details, Queen Mary Law Journal Volume 8: Conference Issue, London, UK (2016), see also on SSRN

The European Aspects of Global Financial Developments, Létunk Social Science Journal, Novi Sad, Serbia (in Hungarian, 2016)

Sovereign Debt-ceiling Rules in the Spanish and Hungarian Constitutions and their Interplay with the Relevant EU Laws, International Conference on Trade, Business, Economics and Law Proceedings, St. Anne’s College, Oxford University, UK (2015) (Click here to download conference proceedings), see also on SSRN

Blog Articles and Online Newsletters

Conference: Recent Developments in Insolvency Law – Reflections on the Pandemic and Brexit (Society of Legal Scholars) (May 13, 2022)

Conference: University of Leeds Inaugural Conference on Recent Developments in Insolvency Law (Oxford Business Law Blog) (May 2, 2022) (with Oriana Casasola and Karina Patricio Ferreira Lima)

CBLP Conference – Developments in Insolvency Law with Dr Virág Blazsek and Professor Tibor Tajti (Central European University, Department of Legal Studies) (May 2, 2022)

Transcript of Commentary on Professor Emeritus Arthur Wilmarth’s Book Talk held at the University of Leeds School of Law’s Centre for Business Law and Practice on Nov. 17, 2021 (transcript published on Dec. 14, 2021)

Event Report: Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion on Banking Bailout Law (with Richard Squire) (Oxford Business Law Blog, Nov. 18, 2021)

Spring 2021 Newsletter of the International Law Association’s American Branch (see page 16, “Publications from Branch Members” section) (2021)

A Comparative Comment on the Banking Bailout Literature, The FinReg Blog, Global Financial Markets Center, Duke University School of Law (2021), see also on SSRN

Banking Bailout Law, Blue Sky Blog, Columbia Law School (2020), see also on SSRN

Banking Bailout Law, Fall 2020 ABILA Newsletter, 13 (2020)

PhD Dissertation

The building blocks of bank bailout law a comparative analysis of bank bailouts in the United States and the European Union with special regard to the United Kingdom, Spain and Hungary, PhD Dissertation (499 pages) (2018)

Master’s Thesis

The 2009 interchange fee decision of the Hungarian competition authority: a comparative case study, Master’s Thesis, Central European University (84 pages) (download Master’s Thesis here, 2010)

Master’s Thesis

Functions of the Hungarian Development Regions in the EU (in Hungarian) (2004)

Academic Papers

The Constitutional System of Spain with Special Regard to Catalonia (in Hungarian) (2002)

Hungary’s Accession to the EU (in Spanish, co-authored with Ruth Sanchez-Garrido) (2002)

The Governmental System of Canada with Special Regard to Quebec (in Hungarian) (2000)

Manuscripts in Preparation

The Fallacy of Bail-In as a Bank Resolution Strategy (with Professor Emeritus Arthur Wilmarth of the George Washington University Law School) (forthcoming 2023)

Secondary Financial and FinTech Centres and the Financial Sector’s Transformation: A Comparative Analysis of the US, the UK, and Singapore (forthcoming 2023)

Private Bailouts and Unorthodox Resolutions: A Comparative Analysis of the 2023 Bank Failures (forthcoming 2023)

The post-2008 Changing Interpretation of the EU’s State Aid Rules Related to the Financial Sector and its Impact on the Common Market from a Ten-Year Perspective (in preparation, with Professor William Kovacic of the George Washington University Law School)

Arbitrability of Bank Bailout-related Claims of Investors in the US and the EU (in preparation)

The Rule of Law as the Foundation-stone of Banking Bailout Law: Empirical Evidences from the United States and Europe (in preparation)