András Tétényi

Andras TÉTÉNYI is an assistant professor of economics at the Institute of World Economy.
He is the academic coordinator for the H-2020 Marie Skłodowska­Curie Innovative Training Network entitled FATIGUE (Delayed Transformational Fatigue in Central and Eastern Europe), and he is a researcher in the H-2020-POPREBEL (Populist rebellion against modernity in 21st-century Eastern Europe: neo-traditionalism and neo-feudalism) project where he is researching economic insecurity. His research interests are in the field of official development assistance policies of the Visegrád countries and drivers of asylum migration.
He has been an Erasmus guest lecturer at the Jagellonian University (Poland), University of Leeds (UK), University College London (UK) and Strasbourg University (France).
He has worked as an external consultant for the World Bank and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary.

List of publications: MTMT (Library of Hungarian Scientific Works)
Citations (Google Scholar)
Research on economic inequality and economic insecurity in East Central Europe. Led by Prof J. Kubik (Rutgers University, USA and University College London, UK) and Prof. I. Benczes (Corvinus University) funded by the European Commission H2020-SC6-GOVERNANCE-2018.
Balance of EU competences review in the case of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. Led by S. Gy. Nagy. (Corvinus University)
The development of the human capacities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary. Led by S. Gy. Nagy (Corvinus University), funded by the Hungary and the EU (KÖFOP 2.1.4-VEKOP-16-2016-0001).
The V4 and Brexit: Perceptions and Potential Impacts. Led by B. Szent-Iványi (Aston University, UK), funded by the Visegrad fund.
Mutual relations between the Republic of Korea and V4 countries in trade and investment. Led by G. Kutasi (Corvinus University), funded by the Visegrad fund
Hungarian competitiveness in an international perspective. Led by Prof. I. Magas (Corvinus University), funded by the European Social Fund
Governance of the EU2020 Strategy, led by I. Benczes (Corvinus University), funded by: Hungarian National Development Agency
National regulatory authorities in the European mobile telecommunication sector, led by I. Maklári, funded by: A. T. Kearney
The role and impact of the developmental state, led by Prof. Gy. Csáki (Saint István University), funded by the Foundation for Political History in Hungary
The global economic interests of China, led by Prof. A Inotai (Hungarian Academy of Sciences), funded by: Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office