Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
Institute of World Economics
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Gábor Túry

Gábor Túry

Personal details

Position: research fellow
Place of birth: Budapest
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Fields of research

catching up and modernization in the manufacturing industry of the emerging economies, and the role of the TNCs in the Central European region;

economic and social factors of the regional cooperation in the Central European countries;

experiences as an EU member state of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and their impact on EU decision-making mechanism;

economic and social analysis of the regional processes in the Central European countries;

current political and economic issues in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Education and degrees

1996-2001   MSC in geography at Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest (2001) 

2001-2004   PhD studies in the Department of Regional Geography at Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences

Title of PhD Dissertation: The spatial transformation of the production structure of transnational corporations: a case study of Volkswagen

Work experience

2012-  project manager, International Visegrad Fund, Strategic Grant project (Prospects of the Visegrad cooperation in changing economic, political and social conditions)

2012-   Research Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Institute of World Economics, research fellow

2005-2012   Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, research fellow

2001-2005   Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, assistant research fellow

Language skills

English, Intermediate

German, Intermediate

Selected publications

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A Volkswagen tevékenységének nemzetközivé válása, a termelés térbeli mintázatának átalakulása a hatvanas évektől napjainkig. Területi Statisztika 56:(6) pp. 591-618. (2016)
 
Global value chains and upgrading: the experience of Hungarian firms in the heavy engineering and automotive industries. In: Vlčková J (ed.) How to benefit from global value chains – implications for the V4 countries. Prague: Nakladatelství Oeconomica , 2015. pp. 67-97.
 
Prospects of the Visegrad cooperation: identifying converging and diverging factors. Túry G (ed.) Budapest: Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2015. 367 p.
 
A globális vállalati jelenlét strukturális hatásai, a transznacionális vállalatok termelési szerkezetének térbeli átalakulása a Volkswagen példáján: Structural consequences of global presence - The spatial transformation of the production structure of transnational cor-porations: a case study of Volkswagen. In: Berkes Judit, Kecskés Petra (eds.) „Távol és közel, az elmúlt 25 év területi folyamatai, szerkezetei, intézményei, ahogy az új generáció látja”: A IX. Fiatal Regionalisták Konferenciájának előadásai. 292 p.
 
Diverging competitive performances of the Visegrad countries: some conclusions from the technology level of external trade. Unia Europejska.pl -:(3 (226)) pp. 36-51. (2014)
 
Economic cooperation within global value chains among CEE and LAC countries: example of the Volkswagen Group - case study of Audi Motor Hungaria Kft. 18 p. Hamburg : EU-LAC Foundation, (Study on Latin America, the Caribbean and Central and Eastern Europe: Potential for Economic Exchange : Paper) (2014)
 
Automotive industry in the EU10 economies: developments in the past decade. In: Éltető A (ed.) Mind the gap: integration experiences of the ten Central and Eastern European countries. 145 p. Budapest: Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2014. pp. 83-105.
 
International firm responses to crisis impacts: the case of the automotive industry. In: Zajac M, Nowaczek R (eds.) Airports and the automotive industry: security issues, economic efficiency and environmental impact. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2013. pp. 145-158.
 
Czech Republic. In: Krisztina Vida (ed.), Strategic Issues for the EU10 Countries – Main Positions and Implications for EU Policy-making, FEPS – IWE RCERS HAS, Budapest, 2012, pp. 33-56.
 
The Automotive Industry: Current Trends in Central European Countries. Development and Finance, 2010/1, pp. 22-31.