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Prof. Dr. Zoltan CSEFALVAY State Secretary, Ministry for National Economy of the Republic of Hungary, Budapest

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1983-1990 Research Fellow, Institute for Geography of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
1990-1991 Head of the Ministerial Cabinet Office, Ministry for Industry, Budapest, Hungary
1991-1995 Advisor to the President, Hungarian National Bank, Budapest, Hungary
1995-1997 Research Fellow, Humboldt Fellowship, Department of Geography, University Heidelberg
1995-1998 Managing Director, Hungarian Centre of Trend Research, Budapest, Hungary
1997-1999 Research Fellow, Institute for Urban and Regional Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria
1998-2008 Senior Lecturer, Kodolanyi Janos College, Szekesfehervar, Hungary
2000-2002 Deputy Secretary of State, Department for Regional Economic Development, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Budapest, Hungary
since 2002 Professor of Economic Geography, Andrassy Gyula German University of Budapest, Hungary
since 2010 Secretary of State for Economic Strategy, Ministry for National Economy, Budapest, Hungary

Publikationen

Cséfalvay, Z.: Aufholen durch regionale Differenzierung? Von der Planwirtschaft zur Marktwirtschaft - Ostdeutschland und Ungarn im Vergleich. Erkundliches Wissen 122, Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, 1997
Cséfalvay, Z.; Landesmann, M.; Matolcsy, Gy. (Eds.): Hungary's Accession to the EU: The impact on selected areas of Hungarian-Austrian relations. The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (WIIW) and Economic Growth Institute (EcoGI), Vienna-Budapest, 165pp, 1999
Cséfalvay Z.: Gewinner und Verlierer. Eine wirtschaftspolitische Bilanz der Osterweiterung der EU aus ungarischer und ostmitteleuropäischer Perspektive. In: Schäfer, Wolf  Wass von Czege, Andreas (Hrsg.): Das Gemeinsame Europa - viele Wege, kein Ziel; Schriftenreihe des Europa-Kollegs Hamburg zur Integrationsforschung 54, Nomos Verlag, Baden-Baden, pp.117-139, 2007
Cséfalvay, Z.:The Demystification of Gating. Debate February 2009, European Journal of Spatial Development, 2009
Cséfalvay, Z.: Searching for Economic Rationale behind Gated Communities: A Public Choice Approach. Urban Studies, pp. 1-16, 2010