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Judit Tóth

Tel: (+36 1) 482-7704
Email: judit.toth2(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Office hours:

C 533

Monday: 13:00--16:00
Wednesday: 11:00--14:00

Andrea Lantosné Pósvai

Tel: (+36 1) 482-7734
Email: andrea.posvai(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Office hours (students of Corvinus Business School):

C 412

Tuesday: 14:00--17:00
Thursday: 10:00--13:00


Institute of Geography, Geoeconomy and Sustainable Development

Corvinus University of Budapest


Közraktár str. 6. (Building C)

Budapest, H-1093


Mission Statement


The Institute of Geography, Geoeconomy and Sustainable Development was established at the end of 2015, integrating three departments with long histories in related research areas: the Department of Economic Geography, founded by noted geographer and former prime minister of Hungary, Pál Teleki in 1920, the Department of Environmental Economics and Technology established in the 1980s and a research group focusing on future studies.

The mission of the Institute is to conduct research in the fields of spatial planning, regional studies, geostrategy, sustainable development and future studies, and to provide knowledge regarding spatial, developmental and environmental issues to students of the University’s business, economics and social science programmes. The basis for this is a cooperative, multi- and interdisciplinary scientific approach.

Colleagues from the Central Bank of Hungary also contribute to the Institute’s research and education activities, in accordance with a cooperation agreement signed by the Central Bank of Hungary and the Corvinus University of Budapest in 2015.

The Institute is composed of three centres:

• The Centre for Economic Geography and Future Studies

• The Centre for Geostrategy

• The Centre for Sustainable Development


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Memberships in International, Professional and Policy Organisations

  • Urban Affairs Association

    Geo Institute is an institutional member of the Urban Affairs Association. János Balázs Kocsis Phd is the representative of our Institute.

Our colleagues’ memberships in international organisations

Our colleagues’ memberships in professional organisations

  • MUT – Hungarian Society for Urban Planning
  • Hungarian Geographic Society
  • MRTT – Hungarian Regional Science Association
  • ECOVAST – Hungarian Council for the Village and Small Town
  • National Environment Council
  • Partnership Agreement Monitoring Committee
  • Climate Strategy Platform, Budapest
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences Section IX. Committee on Statistics and Future Research
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences Social Welfare Committee
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences Section IX. Gazdaságtudományi Doktori Minősítő Bizottság
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences Bolyai János Kutatási Ösztöndíj Kuratóriuma, IX. Szakértői Kollégium
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences Doctoral Council
  • BME Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences
  • Magyar Szakképzési Társaság Tudományos Tagozata
  • Hungarian Economic Association
  • Hungarian Economic Association, Social Economic Section

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Last modified: 2019.11.03.