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Dr. András INOTAI Director, Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest


1977 PhD., International Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1991 Dr. Sc., International Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1967-1979 Research Fellow, Institute for World Economics Budapest
1971 Visiting Research Fellow, Kiel, Institute for World Economy
1972-1973 Visiting Professor, San Marcos University, Lima, Peru
1977 PhD on Andean Integration
1979-1980 Senior Research Fellow, Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
1981-1989 Head of Department in the same institute
1987-1989 First Deputy Director, in the same institute
1989-1991 The World Bank, Trade Policy Division
since 1993 Visiting Professor, College of Europe, Bruges
since 1994 Visiting Professor, College of Europe, Warsaw
1996-1998 Head of the Strategic Task Force on Integration into the European Union
since 1991 General Director of the Institute for World Economics, Budapest
2002-2003 Visiting Professor, Columbia University, New York
since 2006 European Online Academy, Berlin
since 2007 ZEI, Master Course, Bonn
 Major fields of research activities:
 - major economic challenges in the era of globalisation (growth and job-creation, demography, migration, supply security),
 - the shifting balance of global economic power, with special reference to China,
 - global financial, economic and social crisis and its medium term consequences,
 - the post-crisis European integration: deepening, enlarging and global role,
 - economic transformation in Central and Eastern Europe: retrospection after twenty years in regional comparison.


Chairman of the Board of the Foundation on European Studies, Europe 2002
Member of the Economic Council at Corvinus University Budapest, since 2006
Membership in international Scientific Advisory Boards:
Ifo Institute, Munich; Research Center for European Integration, Bonn; Institute for European Politics, Berlin; Economic Policy Institute, Sofia; United Nations Intellectual History Project, New York.


The Impacts of Enlargement on the Central and Eastern Countries (2009): SNU-KIEP EU Centre Research Series 09-02, Seoul, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP), 73 pp.
Relaciones de Cuba con la Unión Europea: evolución, problemas y perspectivas / Andras Inotai, 247-278.p. In: Cuba, 2009 : Reflexiones en torno a los 50 anos de la revolución de Castro, ( 2009), ed. by Andrzej Dembicz. Warszawa : Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos : Universidad de Varsovia, 362 pp.
A változó Kína (China in Change, edited with Ottó Juhász) (2009) Budapest, Akadémiai Kiadó, 331 pp.
The European Union and Southeastern Europe. Troubled Waters Ahead? (2007) Bruxelles, P.I.E. Peter Lang , ( College of Europe Studies , No. 7.). 414 pp.
The Employment Impact of FDI. The Experience of South East European Countries. Discussion Paper. (2006) Paris, OECD, 111 pp
A globalizáció kihívásai és Magyarország (Challenges of Globalization and Hungary) (2001) Ed. by György Földes and András Inotai, Budapest, Napvilág Kiadó, 400 pp.
On the Way. Hungary and the European Union (1998), Budapest, Belvárosi K.-IBS, 230 pp.
Research articles:
about 400 in different professional and scientific reviews in Hungary, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, France, Mexico etc.