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KRTK Világgazdasági Intézet
Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
Institute of World Economics
Listed as one of the "Top International Economic Think Tanks"
(2019 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
E-mail:

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

 MTMT link: Link to MTMT website

Deák, A: „Adhesive and centrifugal forces in the post-Soviet economic space”. In: Moshes, A; Rácz, A (ed.) What has remained of the USSR: exploring the erosion of the post-Soviet space. Helsinki, Finland: Finnish Institute of International Affairs, (2019) pp. 133-154. 22 p.

Deák, A; Kuznetsov, A: „Relational locomotive or apple of discord? – Bilateral perceptions of the economic cooperation”. JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN STUDIES pp. 1-12., 12 p. (2019)

Deák, A; Weiner, Cs: „Hungary: leveraging political influence”. In: Shentov, O; Stefanov, R; Vladimirov, M (ed.) The Russian economic grip on Central and Eastern Europe. New York, USA, Abingdon, United Kingdom/England: Routledge, (2019) pp. 136-150., 15 p.

Deák, A: „Van-e orosz modell? Gazdasági útkeresés és modernizáció Oroszországban”. Budapest, Hungary: MTA Közgazdaság- és Regionális Tudományi Kutatóközpont, Világgazdasági Intézet (2018), 48 p.

Deák, A: „Válság vagy trend?: Az EU-orosz kapcsolatok a pénzügyi válság után”. In: Éltető, A; Szijártó, N (ed.) Változó Európa a változó világban. Budapest, Hungary: MTA Közgazdaság- és Regionális Tudományi Kutatóközpont, Világgazdasági Intézet, (2018) pp. 267-295., 29 p.

Blašková, S; Chrzová, B; Deák, A; Fischer, D; Syrovátka, J; Tomášek, J; Weiner, Cs; Wyciszkiewicz, E: „Harsh expectations versus a modest reality: Economic relations between the Visegrad countries and Russia surrounding the Ukrainian crisis”. Prague, Czech Republic: Prague Security Studies Institute (2017), 41 p.

Deák, A: „Emerging diversity in Russia’s energy relations: What role for Europe?” (2017). The first Ghent Russia colloquium, “EU–Russia Relations: How to get out of the ‘midlife’ crisis?”, Ghent University, Ghent, 22. September 2017., Published in Belgium.

Deák, A: „Does Europe need Energy Dialogue with Russia?”. In: Szemikasev, V V (ed.) Ekonomicseszkije problemi energetyicseszkogo kompleksza. Moscow, Russia: RAN, (2017) pp. 101-121., 21 p.

Deák, A; Léderer, S; Bartha, D: „Hungary: Exploring new frontiers for Russian energy policy capture: the Hungarian case”. In: Expert, Forum - Energy, Russian Influence, and Democratic Backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe: a comparative assessment and case studies from Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, Romania. Bucharest, Romania: National Endowment for Democracy, (2017) pp. 64-90., 27 p.

Deák, A (ed.): „A kéretlen integráció: a putyini Oroszország világgazdasági beilleszkedése, 2000-2013”. Budapest, Hungary: Akadémiai Kiadó (2017), 320 p. ISBN: 9789634540588