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Leaders and Secretary

Márton Péti PhD

associate professor, head of institute

Room: C 532
Telephone: +36 14827707, +36 14827734
Fax: +36 14825097
E-mail: marton.peti@uni-corvinus.hu or peti(at)nski.gov(dot)hu

Holds degrees in regional and urban development and environmental geography (University of Szeged) and geographical information systems (Budapest University of Technology). Over the last ten years, he has been working as senior planner and head of office of VÁTI Ltd. for Regional and Urban Development; head of department at the Office for National Economic Planning and at the Research Institue for National Strategy. From 2000 onwards, he has been participating actively in spatial and strategic planning and development projects at the national and international level, notably as chief planner of the main planning documents governing the current EU programmeming period (Partnerhip Agreement,  National Development and Territorial Development Concept). He has been a university lecturer since 1999.

  • regional sustainability and strategic environmental assessments
  • spatial and strategic planning theory and methodology
  • development policy and regional development planning and assessments
  • national strategy planning and assessment

Géza Salamin PhD

master lecturer, vice head of institute

Room: C 411
Telephone: +36 14827706, +36 14827734
Fax: +36 14825097
E-mail: geza.salamin(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Holds degrees in regional and urban development (Eötvös Loránd University) and economics (University of Szeged). Has been participating in the national planning and programmeming activities related to the EU structural funds since 2002, served as Hungarian coordinator for several international programmemes (ESPON, EUKN, URBACT). Has worked at the Budapest University of Technology, for nine years at VÁTI Ltd. for Regional and Urban Development as an analyst/planner, then as head of office responsible for the national regional development plan, later urban development and international relations, finally, as head of office responsible for tasks related to regional development and urban planning under the Hungarian presidency of the EU. Between 2011 and 2013, he has been working at the Ministry for National Economy as head of department responsible for the preparation of regional and urban development programmemes for the EU programmeming period 2014-2020 (OFTK, TOP, VEKOP); then continued his career at the National Bank of Hungary. Served as vice-president of the Hungarian Society for Urban Planning from 2012 to 2015, which he currently represents as the Hungarian member of the European Council of Spatial Planners. He has been teaching at university since 2001.

  • planning and management (strategic, community, policy)
  • urban planning
  • economic development
  • integrated international strategies

Zsuzsanna Marjainé Szerényi PhD

associate professor, vice head of institute

Room: C 414
Telephone: +36 14827709
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: zsuzsanna.szerenyi(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Works at the University since 1986, head of the Department for Environmental Economics and Technology between 2002 and 2015. Holds degrees in economics and pedagogy of economics, has been active int he field of environmental economics since 1994.

  • monetary valuation of environmental change (quantitative methods)
  • ecosystem services and their economic valuation (qualitative methods)
  • role of education in the transition to sustainability

Andrea Lantosné Pósvai

coordinator

Room: C 533
Telephone: +36 14827734
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: andrea.posvai(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Coordinator of the Institute, joined the Univeristy in 1999 as coordinator of the part time programme (1999-2009) and the masters programme (2009-2012) of the Faculty of Management. Since 2012 she has been working at the Department for Environmental Economics and Technology in the Institute for Environmental Sciences (predecessor to our Institute). She has extensive experience in coordinating higher education programmes from her time at Eötvös Loránd University, where she studied and later worked at the Faculty for Humanities.

  • programme coordination
  • student affairs
  • Neptun administration
  • correspondence
  • editing publications

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Lecturers and Researchers

Norbert Csizmadia

master lecturer

Room: C 411
Telephone: +36 14827706, +36 14827734
Fax: +36 14825097
E-mail: norbert.csizmadia(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

  • economic strategy and planning
  • global economic strategies
  • geostrategy, geopolitics
  • economic-geographic transitions

Balázs Forman PhD

accociate professor

Room: C 520
Telephone: +36 14827740
Fax: +36 14825097
E-mail: balazs.forman(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Has been working at the University since 1995. His current teaching activities are mainly related to regional studies – regional economics, policy, programming. His current research is focused on regional policy in the EU after 2014, locally based economic development and theories of economic growth and development at the regional level.

  • financial geography: financial centres and the spatial aspects of capital flows in the new millennium, the mechanisms governing the spatial spread of the financial crisis
  • economic and regional development and regional policies of Germany, the USA, Great Britain, Spain, Romania, Poland and China
  • regional policy of the EU after 2014
  • regional economics: endogenous and competitive development theories

Judit Gossler

Room: C 413

Telephone: +36 14825120
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: judit.gossler(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

PhD student at the Institute. Graduated as an international relations analyst at CUB in 2014, continuing her studies at the Doctoral School of Business and Management, specializing in environmental economics and management. She is also a student of Pallas Athene Domus Scientiae foundation. She has pursued studies and internships abroad  at Charles University (Prague), Koblenz University of Applied Sciences (Remagen) and the European Parliament (Brussels, Strasbourg). She is a regular guest lecturer at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences.

  • environmental economics and economies of scale
  • interest representation of Member States at the EU level
  • environmental policy, agriculture, fisheries, international trade
  • application of participative teaching methods

Éva Hideg DSc

professor

Room: C 519
Telephone: +36 14827731
Fax: +36 14825378
E-mail: eva.hideg(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Has been working at the Future Studies Department of CUB since 1990. Recipient of the Széchenyi István research scholarship from 2001-2004, DsC since 2012.

  • integrated future research: advancing the theory and methodology of future studies
  • various approaches and paradigms of socio-economic forecasting, their methodology and practical application
  • studying and developing the future orientation of various actors and stakeholders using participative foresight techniques
  • methodology, organisation and management of interactive foresight projects

László Jeney PhD

associate professor

Room: C 517
Telephone: +36 14827735
Fax: +36 14825097
E-mail: jeney(at)elte(dot)hu

Graduated as a geographer (specialising in regional and urban development) and teacher of geography from Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE). Worked at ELTE’s department for Regional Geography from 1999 and was awarded a PhD there in social geography (focusing on urban issues). Joined the Department for Economic Geography at CUB in 2009. 

  • studying the effectiveness of development funds in micro-regions, cross-border cooperation
  • developmental success factors for large European cities in the information age
  • regional geography of peripheral global regions
  • methods of regional analysis (study of regional inequalities)

Sándor Kerekes DSc

professor

Room: C 413
Telephone: +36 14827724
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: sandor.kerekes(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Graduated as an economist in 1971 at the legal predecessor to Corvinus University, where he established the Department for Environmental Economics and Technology in 1989. He was the head of the Institute for Environmental Sciences until 2013. He co-founded the CEMS Environmental Challenge Interfaculty Group in 1996, which he chaired until 2009. He was awarded the DsC title in 2003, and an honorary doctorate from the Warsaw Economic University in 2012. Since 2013, he is the head of the Doctoral School for Management at the University of Kaposvár.

  • theory of sustainable development
  • assessment of environmental risks
  • business models of the sharing economy

János Balázs Kocsis PhD

associate professor

Room: C 412
Telephone: 482-7737
Fax: 482-5097
E-mail: janos.kocsis(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu or kocsisjb(at)gmail(dot)com

Active in the field of urban studies since 1996, mainly focusing on urban sociology and history, urban development, housing policy and urban governance. Studied at the Budapest University of Technology, Eötvös Loránd University and the University of Leicester (UK). Teaches at the Budapest University of Technology since 2003 and spent the academic year 2014-2015 as a visiting professor at Indiana University (Bloomington, USA).

  • urban sociology
  • suburbanisation
  • sociology of urban development
  • gentrification
  • housing policy

Tamás Kocsis PhD

associate professor

Room: C 413
Telephone: +36 14827743
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: tamas.kocsis(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Graduated as an economist at the predecessor of CUB in 1995, specialising in accounting and environmental management. Founder and lead editor of academic journal Kovász.  Member of the International Society of Ecological Economics.

  • environmental economics, externalities
  • ecological economics
  • subjective well-being and sustainability
  • quantitative data analysis

Attila Korompai PhD

associate professor

Room: C 520
Telephone: +36 14825498
Fax: +36 14825097
E-mail: attila.korompai@uni-corvinus.hu

Between 1997 and 2009 he was the head of department. Previously, he worked as a biology-geography specialist at the Corvinus University of Budapest’s predecessor. He researched the lay of foundations of future study of territorial, settlement and macroecomic, environmental forecasts, development plans and strategies. His field is the economic and geography of natural resources, regional development, regional and environmental economics and international European development strategies and programs. He is retired.

  • Territorial analysis, forecasting and impact assessment theory, methodology and practice.
  • Territorial and Settlement Development Strategies.
  • Researching and investigating changes in spatial economic and social organization.
  • Regional economics and politics.

András Márton

Room: C 519
Telephone: +36 14825405
Fax: +36 14825378
E-mail: andras.marton6(at)gmail(dot)com

PhD student.

  • Strategic management

Erzsébet Nováky PhD

professor emerita

Room: C 531
Telepone: +36 14827739
Fax: +36 14825376
E-mail: erzsebet.novaky(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

She has been working at the Corvinus University of Budapest since 1970 and has been university professor since 1991. Between 1992 and 2012 she was the head of the Future Study Department. Between 1999 and 2006, she was the head of the Complex Future Study Group of Hungarian Academic of Sciencies-Corvinus University of Budapest. She is the chair of the Corvinus University of Budapest Doctoral School of Social Sciences and the PhD Council, member of the Scientific Council. She is the co-chair of the Scientific Committee on Statistics and Future Research of Hungarian Academic of Sciences, the vice chairman of the Hungarian Rome Club and the chair of Millennium Node in Hungary.

  • Further development and application of future study methods
  • Complex future study methodologies.
  • Socio-economic future of Hungary
  • Environmental modelling, environmental models
  • Future study responsibility

Mátyás Szabó PhD

assistant professor

Room: C 412
Telephone: 482 7737
Fax:
E-mail: szabotmatyas(at)gmail(dot)com

He graduated at the predecessor of our Institute. His main areas are rural development, strategic and regional planning. Currently he is head of department at the Ministry of Agriculture. His PhD was about rural development. He supports our Institute in the fields of development policy and rural development.

Anna Széchy PhD

assistant professor

Room: C 414
Telephone: +36 14827718
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: anna.szechy(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Graduated at the legal predecessor of CUB in 2004 as an economist and teacher of economics (specialising in environmental management and EU integration) and obtained her PhD from CUB in 2012. Worked at the Environment Committee of the European Parliament in Brussels in 2005/6. She has been working at the University since 2006, participating in several sustainability-related research projects (serving as coordinator for two EU projects related to cleaner production) and teaching courses on environmental economics, management and policy (also in English). 

  • environmental management, environmental innovations
  • EU environmental policy
  • economic valuation of the environment
  • role of education in the transition to sustainability

István Tózsa PhD

professor

Room: C 520
Telephone: +36 14827742
Fax: +36 14825097
E-mail: istvan.tozsa(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

From 2010 he led the Department of Economic Geography and between 2014 and 2015 the Institute of Environmental Sciences at the Corvinus University of Budapest, where he participated in the establishment of Economic Geography, Geo-economics and Sustainable Development Institution. He leads the Center of Economic Geography and Future Research at the Institute. He studied the digital processing of satellite images and environmental geoinformatics at the Institute of Geography of the Hungarian Acadamy of Sciences. From 2000 he led the Department of Public Administration and Urbanism in the State Administration College, then in the Corvinus University of Budapest. He founded an e-management school.

  • Application of urban/municipal environmental health in geoinformatics
  • Processing satellite images for land use and environmental monitoring purposes
  • Settlement and region marketing
  • Administrative process management and e-government content development

Ágnes Varga

assistant professor

Room: C 517
Telephone: +36 14827736
Fax: +36 14825097
E-mail: varga.agi14(at)gmail(dot)com

She graduated as a certified Geography-Biology teacher at Eötvös Loránd University. She holds lessons at the Corvinus University of Budapest Eceonomic Geography Department from 2010. From 2012 she participates in an OTKA research project of Corvinus University of Budapest in cooperation with several members of the Department. Currently she stands before a doctorate degree in Eötvös Loránd University in the field of social geography. In 2016 she became as an assistant professor at the Center of Economic Geography and Future Research at Corvinus Univesity of Budapest. She is a member of the Economic and Social Geography Section of Hungarian Geographic Society.

  • Development experiences and opportunities of disadvantaged regions of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county with an evolutionary economic geography approach
  • The geographical context of entrepreneurial culture and local development opportunities in the disadvantaged settlements of South Abaúj
  • Application of Geoinformatics (GIS) methods in rural geographic research
  • Field analysis methods

Zsófia Vetőné dr. Mózner

assistant research fellow (currently on leave)

Room: C 413
Telephone: +36 14825120
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: zsofia.mozner(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Graduated at the Corvinus University of Budapest in 2009. Her major is Corporate Finance and minor is Marketing Communication. In 2013, she obtained her PhD degree from  Environmental Economics at the Technological Department of Corvinus University of Budapest, where she was working as research assistant from 2013 to 2015. From 2011 to 2012 she was an exchange student of the doctoral school of Universität zu Köln, Cologne Graduate School. In 2014 she won the  Researcher Excellence Award of Corvinus University of Budapest. She will return to the Institute in 2018.

  • Sustainable consumption
  • Ecological footprint methodology
  • Sustainable food consumption
  • Environmental impacts of international trade
  • Environmental modelling with departmental connection balance
  • Carbon accounting

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PhD Students

Dávid Csécsi

Room: C 412
Telephone: +36 14827734
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: david.csecsi(at)gmail(dot)com or david.csecsi(at)nski.gov(dot)hu

PhD student. He graduated from Eötvös Loránd University in the field of geography, in the specialization of regional and settlement development. He obtained his master's degree in 2017, his research topic was homeless people’s use of space in Budapest. He studies regional and environmental economics at the Corvinus University of Budapest where his research topic is homelessness from an economic and futures studies point of view. From 2017 he studies in the BCE Geopolitics doctoral program. His research theme is the potential roles of the Carpathian Basin and the Central European region in the changing multilateral global geopolitical space. Formerly, he has carried out professional work experience, currently a colleague of the National Strategy Research Institute.

Anett Dékány 

Room: C 412
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail: anett.dekany.1(at)gmail(dot)com

Zsófia Nemes

Room: C 533
Telephone: +36 14827734
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: nemeszsofi9600(at)gmail(dot)com

She graduated in international relations MA – European development policy specification at ELTE as an international relations expert in 2016. She got her BA degree at the same faculty in 2014. As a teaching assistant from 2014 and a visiting lecturer from 2015, she gave lectures for BA students in the fields of  EU policies, regional policy and rural development. 

She has started her phd-studies in September 2017 at Corvinus University of Budapest, in the Geopolitical doctoral sub-program. She would mainly focus on sustainable development, circular economy, resource efficiency and their impacts on rural development in her research and dissertation.

Mihály Retek

Room: C 519
Telephone: +36 14825405
Fax: +36 14825378
E-mail: retsoft(at)freemail(dot)hu

PhD student. Graduated as  Software Developer Mathematician from the University of Szeged in 2003, then in 2011 obtained a degree in Engineering economics at BCU. During his studies at BCU he came into contact with Future Studies and its interactive modelling supported sector. The field of his research is the interactive prognosis and the linking of GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) based massively collimated architectures.

  •  System dynamics/ Neural networks/ Multiagents evolutionary model based prognosis
  • Massive parallel processing of algorithms and large-capacity architectures
  • Planning and developing algorithms
  • Developing Visual interactive modelling systems

Attila Szathmári

Room: C 414
Telephone: +36 14825120
Fax: +36 14825055
E-mail: aszathmari(at)eusp(dot)hu

PhD student in the field of sport and sustainability. Graduated as economist in 2003 from Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration majoring Product management and logistics and minoring environmental management.  He has worked for 10 years in the field of logistics  at multinational companies. Currently he is working as sport reporter and journalist for Eurosport.

  • researche of social judgement of High-level sportsmen/sportswomen, the high-level sports of the future
  • Sustainability and competitive sport
  • The role of sport in social well-being

Gergely Tyukodi

Room: C 531
Telephone: +36 14825405
Fax: +36 14825378
E-mail: gergely.tyukodi(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

PhD student of Future Studies. Graduated as economist from Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration majoring Information Management and minoring Environmental management. He got his Master’s degree at the University of Houston – Clear Lake future studies program.  He works in the bank sector as strategic analytician and consultant.

  • Business forecasting
  • Future managment
  • Supply network forecast in service sector

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Guest Lecturers

Gábor Balás

Economist, Director of the HÉTFA Research Institute. His main areas are public policy instruments, in particular the effectiveness of the usage of development resources, the efficiency of state operations and economic development. In our Institute he teaches urban economic development.

Zoltán Balogh PhD

Graduated in the predecessor of our Institution. Main fields are regional strategic planning and development policy. Currently, he currently works as desk officer at the European Commission. He obtained his PhD n the field of regional development. Zoltán Balogh supports our institution in the field of development policy, programming and programme implementation.

László Borhi DSc

Associate Professor at the Department of Central Eurasian Studies of Indiana University. Scientific Advisor at the Research Center for the Humanities Institute of History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. In 2012 he became Doctor of Sciences (DSc).
Main works: Dealing with Dictators, Indiana University Press, 2016; Nagyhatalmi érdekek hálójában, Osiris-MTA BTK kiadó 2015; Magyarország a hidegháborúban, Corvina kiadó 2005; Hungary in the Cold War, CEU Press, 2004.
Awards: Ránki György Award, Magyar Történelmi Társulat, 1995; Red Cross of the Hungarian Cross of Merit, 2006; Bezerédj Zoltán Award, 2006, Pataki Ferenc Award, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2016.
He was visiting professor at University of Pécsi, ELTE Faculty of Humanities and Dartmouth College. He was guest lecturer at Woodrow Wilson Center and Oslo Nobel Institute.

Zsolt Czene PhD

Agricultural Environmental Management Engineer who worked in the field of rural development, strategic planning of spatial development and programming of cohesion politics. Currently, he is the Deputy Head of the Department of Territorial Development Planning in the Ministry for National Economy. He obtained his PhD degree in the field of spatial development. He teaches rural development at our institution.

Tibor Faragó PhD

Geography: Candidate (1987 MTA-TMB)

Mathematics: Ph. D. (1979 ELTE), university degree (MSc): applied mathematics(1972 SzPE), postgraduate training: applied climatology (1981 NOAA-NCC), postgraduate training: public administration (2001 Közig. I.), university professor (2005, SzIE), university lecturer (2005- ELTE-KDI, 2010- BCE), environmental policy manager (1992-2010 KvVM). His research and publishing topics are the environmental protection’s internationally relevant topcics, its multilateral cooperation system and conventions.

Szilvia Hajdú

Szilvia Hajdú is a European Union Cohesion Policy expert. Her primary areas of expertise are the conditions and tools of program monitoring and performance-oriented implementation and their practical applicability. She has also gained experience as professional leader in programming coordination and program evaluation. Over the last decade, she worked mainly in the domestic coordination institutions of the EU funds (the National Development Agency and the Prime Minister's Office), but she also gained implementing experience in financial instruments at the Hungarian Development Bank. Currently, she is a diplomat responsible for Cohesion Policy at the Permanent Representation of Hungary to the European Union.

Imre Körmendy

Palóczi Prize-winner architect, urban planning expert, president of the Hungarian Urban Planning Society, co-worker of the Szent István University. He worked as a settlement planner in the responsible Ministry and as a Head of Department. In our Institute he teaches urban and regional planning.

Kyra Tomay PhD

Sociologist, urban sociologist. Her major research areas are: urban social inequalities, gentrification, suburbanization, segregation. In our Institute she teaches research methodology and qualitative methods. Previously she was a lecturer at the Eötvös Loránd University and then a planner-analyst at VÁTI.

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Student Assistants

Bence Béres

Gábor Mozga

Szabolcs Nagy

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Last modified: 2018.07.05.