Centre for Economic and Regional Studies HAS
Institute of World Economics
Listed as one of the "Top International Economic Think Tanks"
(2016 Global Go To Think Tank Report, University of Pennsylvania)
András György Deák

András György Deák

Personal details

Position: senior research fellow, head of Research Group on Economics of Globalization
Place of birth: Budapest
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Fields of research

EU and Post Soviet energy policy
Russian economy
EU Eastern Policy

Education and degrees

2003   Ph. D. in International Relations, Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration
1997   M. A. in International Relations and Economic Sciences, Budapest University of Economic Sciences

Work experience

Research Director, CEU Center for EU Enlargement Studies
Coordination Director, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs
Research Fellow, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs

Language skills

English, fluent
Russian, fluent
German, advanced

Selected publications

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“Hungary: Collecting the First Dividends of Interconnectivity?”, in: Jaroslaw Cwiek-Karpowicz, Dariusz Kalan (eds.): “North–South Gas Corridor – Geopolitical Breakthrough in Central Europe”. Warsaw. Polish Institute of International Affairs. 2013. pp. 20-26. http://www.pism.pl/events/others/North-South-Gas-Corridor-Geopolitical-Breakthrough-in-Central-Europe
 
“Contest for corporate survival. A new era for CEE oil markets?”, in: International Issues & Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs, Vol. XXII 2013/3. pp. 100-113.
 
“A Gazprom árpolitikája a világpiacokon. Középtávú kitekintés”, [Gazprom's pricing policy on the world markets. Medium-term outlook]. MKI. 2013.

“Towards a New Balance with Russia? Russian Energy Challenges and the West”, in: David Koranyi (ed.): “Transatlantic Energy Futures”. Washington. Center for Transatlantic Relations. 2011. pp. 249-269. http://transatlantic.sais-jhu.edu/publications/books/Transatlantic_Energy_Futures/ch12-Deak.pdf
 
“An der Weggabelung – Der Energiesektor in Ungarn” [At the crossroads – the energy sector in Hungary], in: “Quo Vadis, Hungaria?”. Osteuropa. 2011. pp. 231-249.
 
„A gazdasági válság és strukturális következményei Oroszországban” [The economic crisis and its structural implications in Russia] in: Ludvig Zsuzsa, Meisel Sándor (eds.): „Kelet-Európa Tanulmányok VIII - Gazdasági válság a posztszovjet térségben” [Eastern European Studies VIII - Economic crisis in the Post Soviet region]. Budapest. 2011. MTA VKI. pp. 11-44.
 
“A Gazprom árpolitikája a világpiacokon. Középtávú kitekintés”, [Gazprom's pricing policy on the world markets. Medium-term outlook]. MKI. 2013.
 
„Az orosz külpolitikai gondolkodás története” [The History of Russian Foreign Policy Thinking 1992-97], author. Budapest. Akadémiai Kiadó. 2005. 168.