Centre for Economic and Regional Studies HAS
Institute of World Economics
Listed as one of the "Top International Economic Think Tanks"
(2017 Global Go To Think Tank Report, University of Pennsylvania)
Katalin Völgyi

Katalin Völgyi

Personal details

Position: research fellow
Place of birth: Zalaegerszeg
Phone: +36308948725
E-mail:

Fields of research

globalization and regionalism

East Asian economic integration and regionalism

Education and degrees

2008 – 2014   Doctoral School of Regional and Economic Sciences, Széchenyi István University, PhD
2004 – 2006   Széchenyi István University, Győr, MA in economics
2001 – 2004   Széchenyi István University, Győr, BA in economics

Work experience

2012 – Institute of World Economics, HAS CERS, research fellow

2010 – 2012 Institute for World Economics, HAS, research fellow

2007 – 2010 Insitute for World Economics, HAS, research assistant

Language skills

German - fluent 

English - fluent

Selected publications

 MTMT link: Link to MTMT website

The impacts of the current economic and financial crisis on Japan and the crisis management, in Fóti Gábor – Novák Tamás (ed.): Impact and management of the global crisis: Selected policy lessons, Intitute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 2010, pp. 76-86
 
Emerging East Asian Regionalism, in Matura Tamás (ed.): Asian Studies 2011, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest, 2011, pp. 188-208
 
What does globalization, regionalization and regionalism mean for Hungary and Vietnam? – A comparative perspective, „The impact of globalization on the some of Eastern European transitional economies and Vietnam in the first years of the 21st century” international conference, Institute for European Studies, Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences, Hanoi, April 20, 2012, pp. 1-19
 
Andrea Éltető – Katalin Völgyi (2013): The development of Hungarian foreign trade with Asia, IWE Working Papers, No. 200
 
Andrea Éltető – Katalin Völgyi (2013): Integrated in the global value chains – trade developments between Hungary and Asia, Eastern Journal of European Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 57-79

Ágnes Szunomár – Katalin Völgyi – Tamás Matura (2014): Chinese investments and financial engagement in Hungary, IWE Working Papers, No. 208