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Working Group 1 - Families and Social Welfare, Working Group 2 - The Mixed Economy of Welfare, Working Group 3 - Transnational Voluntary Action
migration, social policy, vulnerable groups: migrants, refugees, ethnic minorities, Roma, disabled people, homeless people; migrant solidarity movements; sharing / collaborative economy
Senior Researcher, TARKI Social research Institute (Budapest)

Airi Lampinen, Ann Light, Chiara Rossitto, Anton Fedosov, Chiara Bassetti, Aniko Bernat, Penny Travlou, and Gabriela Avram (2022) Processes of Proliferation: Impact Beyond Scaling in Sharing and Collaborative Economies. Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact. 6, GROUP, Article 41 (January 2022), 22 pages.

Bernát, A. (2022): The online-offline hybrid model of a collaborative solidarity action: Migrant solidarity grassroots groups in Hungary in Travlou, P. and Ciolfi, L. (Eds): Ethnographies of Collaborative Economies across Europe. Understanding Sharing and Caring. Ubiquity Press.

Lukasiewicz A., Sanna V.S., Diogo V.L.A.P., Bernát A. (2022) Shared Mobility: A Reflection on Sharing Economy Initiatives in European Transportation Sectors. In: Česnuitytė V., Klimczuk A., Miguel C., Avram G. (eds) The Sharing Economy in Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Chiara Rossitto, Airi Lampinen, Ann Light, Vera Diogo, Aniko Bernat and Penny Travlou.
2021. “Why Are We Still Using Facebook? The Platform Paradox in Collaborative Community Initiatives” in
Becoming a Platform in Europe – On the Governance of the Collaborative Economy. Edited by Maurizio Teli and Chiara Bassetti. pp. 90–109. Now Publishers. DOI: 10.1561/9781680838411.ch5.

Bernát, A. (2021): Hostility in times of labour shortage: controversial attitudes towards labour immigration in Hungary. In: Francesca Fauri, Debora Mantovani, Donatella Strangio ed: Economic and Social Perspectives on European Migration. Routledge, 2021.

Bernát, A. (2019) Integration of the Roma in Hungary in the 2010s. In: István György Tóth (ed, 2019): Hungarian Social report 2019 Tárki: Budapest, pp. 195-214