Sandor Gyula NAGY is an associate professor at the Institute of World Economy of CUB. His main research fields and interests are: Economic, political and social processes of Latin American countries (mainly: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela) and Spain, furthermore the process of global, regional and European integration.
He finished his doctorate studies (PhD) and earned his habilitation from Corvinus University of Budapest.
He has been a visiting professor in Germany, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Cuba and Mexico, moreover was a speaker at several international conferences. He has been a senior research fellow at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (the policy think tank of the Hungarian Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade) since January 2015 and he is the deputy director for research of the Institute since July 2018.
He is co-author of six books, and author or co-author of several academic papers written in Hungarian or in foreign languages. He has been giving lectures in Hungarian, English and Spanish.