Place of birth: Budapest
Fields of research
world agriculture (Eastern Europe, CAP, Hungary)
world trade, WTO
development studies, developing countries, Africa
international development co-operation, aid
food situation, food security
Education and degrees
1969-1973: Karl Marx University of Economics (Budapest), international relations
1986 – PhD
1998 – honorary associate professor at the Debrecen Agricultural University
1998-2002: Széchenyi scholarship for professors
2004 – DSc at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2007 – full professor
2008 – honorary professor at the Debrecen Agricultural University
1974- Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1985-89: University of Dar es Salaam Egyetem, professor
2002- International Business School, programme director
2005- Kaposvár University, full professor
English - fluent
Russian - advanced
French - intermediate
Spamish - basic
Swahili - basic
Has world trade recovered from the financial and economic crisis? in.: Lost Illusions. On the long lasting crisis of the world economy (in Hungarian) (eds. Farkas Péter – Meisel Sándor – Weiner Csaba), MTA KRTK VKI, 2012, Budapest, pp. 90-117.
Some impacts of the EU accession on the new member states’ agriculture, Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2011, vol. 2. No. 2. pp. 49-60.
Hungarian International Development Co-operation Policy in the Years of Crisis, HAND, Budapest, 2011, 22 pp
Multinational corporations and the agriculture in.: The changing world economy (in Hungarian) (eds. Magas István – Kutasi Gábor), Budapest Corvinus University, 2010, pp. 151-162.
Food security in China (in Hungarian), in.: China and the crisis – I. China in the first phase of the global crisisszakaszában (eds.. Inotai András és Juhász Ottó), Budapest, MTA Világgazdasági Kutató Intézet, 2010, pp. 19-45.
What kind of development coo-operation policy should be followed by Hungary, (in Hungarian) ed. by Judit Kiss, MTA VKI, 2008, 426 pp.
How to increase food security in North Korea = Gazdálkodás. 22. számú különkiadása, English special edition, 2008. 52. évfolyam, pp. 125-129.
The world economic positioning of the Hungarian agriculture(in Hungarian), Budapest, Akadémiai Kiadó, 2002, 406 pp.
Problems of Agricultural Trade in CEFTA in the context of EU Accession: the Hungarian case = in.: Subregional Dimensions of European Union Enlargement edited by Martin Dangerfield and Vladislav Goryunov, University of Wolverhampton, Russian and East European Research Centre, May 2001, pp. 42-58.
Hungary’s perspectives on agricultural trade in CEFTA, in: Josling, Tim - Tangermann, Stefan - Twesten, Henning: CEFTA, BFTA and Rural Policy in the CEEC, 1998, Study undertaken for the EU Accession Rural Sector Initiative of the World Bank, pp. 84-144.