Professor, since 1999, CEU, International Relations and European Studies and Political Science Department
Visiting Fellow, 2008-09, European University Institute, Florence
Visiting Professor, 2003-04, Harvard University, Social Studies, Cambridge,
International Policy Fellow, 2002-03, CEU, Center for Policy Studies, Budapest
Luigi Einaudi Professor, 1998-99, Cornell University, Institute for European Studies, Ithaca
Associate Professor, 1992-99, CEU Political Science Department
Associated Fellow, 1997-98, Collegium Budapest, Institute for Advanced Study, Budapest
Associate Professor, 1996-97, CEU Sociology Department, Warsaw
Economic Freedom Fellow, 1992, Georgetown University, Washington D. C.
PhD, 1996, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Economics Committee
MA, 1980, Budapest University of Economics
Languages: Hungarian native, Fluent English and German, some Russian and Polish
Political and social impact of leading transnational industries in Eastern Europe; politics of enlargement of the Eurozone; democratization; South American and Eastern European political and economic development, economic ideologies, politics of policy making
Current projects: Capitalist Diversity on Europe’s Periphery - book manuscript co-authored with Dorothee Bohle; four-country comparative study of civil society and social protest with scholars from US, Poland, South Korea and Taiwan.