Databank

http://adatbank.krtk.mta.hu/nyito

adatbank@krtk.mta.hu

 

The Databank of the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences was created with the aim to support empirical research, in particular studies using micro level data. We collected several databases which help tracking and analysing the decisions of people over employment, consumption and education. We converted and consolidated the data in such a way that the interested researcher be able to work with them without devoting long months, maybe years to the data. Besides supporting researchers, it is also our goal to make the results accessible to those who do not have time to scrutinize the data in detail. We developed various methods of on-line access for them.

Address: 1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán utca 4. B. épület 320. szoba
Website: http://adatbank.krtk.mta.hu/nyito
E-mail: adatbank@krtk.mta.hu

Staff:

JÁNOS KÖLLŐ

head of the Databank, research advisor
+36 30 816 42 73
kollo.janos@krtk.mta.hu

MÓNIKA BÁLINT

research assistant
+36 30 816 43 14
balint.monika@krtk.mta.hu

ÉVA CZETHOFFER

research assistant /on leave/
+36 30 965 20 41
czethoffer.eva@krtk.mta.hu

ESZTER OROSZ

research assistant
+36 30 366 94 76
orosz.eszter@krtk.mta.hu

ANNA SEBŐK

research assistant
+36 30 989 03 41
sebok.anna@krtk.mta.hu

ZSUZSANNA SINKA-GRÓSZ

research assistant
+36 30 863 61 53

ENDRE SZABÓ

research assistant
+36 1 224 67 03
szabo.endre@krtk.mta.hu

MELINDA TIR

research assistant
+36 30 959 30 04
tir.melinda@krtk.mta.hu

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A monthly event, it features the presentation of an academic paper and a shortdiscussion. In this seminar, papers will be presented on diverse topics from international trade, regional development, competition, game theory to labor markets or education. A one hour presentation will be followed by a moderated policy discussion where the author and the moderator will discuss the policy relevant conclusions and potential applications in the European Union and Hungary.

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