American doctoral degrees awarded

2013/2014

László Balázsi

Thesis title: The Econometrics of Linear Models for Multi-dimensional Panels
Supervisor: László Mátyás

Suparna Das

Thesis title: Essays in Development Economics with Special Emphasis on Gender Inequalities
Supervisor: Andrea Weber

Franklin Maduko

Thesis title: Three Essays in International Trade
Supervisor: Miklós Koren

Vladimir Mikhailov

Thesis title: Essays on Social Networks and Economic Behavior
Supervisor: Adam Szeidl

2012/2013

Attila Gáspár

Thesis title: Essays in the Political Economy of Development
Supervisor: Ádám Szeidl

Győző Gyöngyösi

Thesis title: Essays on Foreign Currency Borrowing of Households
Supervisor: Ádám Szeidl

Balázs Reizer

Thesis title: Topics in Labor Economics
Supervisor: István Kónya

2011/2012

Pawel Bukowski

Thesis title: Essays on the Economics of Education
Supervisor: John Sutherland Earle

Miklós Farkas

Thesis title: Three Essays in Financial Economics
Supervisor: Péter Kondor

2010/2011

Márta Bisztray

Thesis title: Indirect effects of international investment and trade
Supervisor: Adam Szeidl

Calin Vlad Demian

Thesis title: Essays on International Trade and Heterogeneity
Supervisor: Miklós Koren

Kinga Marczell

Thesis title: Three Essays on the Relationship Between Health and Labor Market Outcomes
Supervisor: Botond Kőszegi

Balint Menyhert

Thesis title: History as an Agent of Growth: Natural Experiments from Central Europe
Supervisor: Miklós Koren

Palma Mosberger

Thesis title: Essays on Responses to Taxation
Supervisors: Botond Kőszegi, Robert Lieli

Jenő Pál

Thesis title: Essays on news consumption and dynamic programming
Supervisor: Miklós Koren

Vukan Vujić

Thesis title: Essays on Applied Economics
Supervisors: Sergey Lychagin, László Halpern


2009/2010

Anna Adamecz

Thesis title: Essays on the Evaluation of Educational Policies

Peter Farkas

Thesis title: Boundary Crossing Counting Processes- Theory and Applications in Statistics and Finance
Supervisors: László Mátyás, Péter Kondor

Dzsamila Vonnák

Thesis title: Frictions in credit markets
Supervisor: Péter Kondor

Péter Zsohár

Thesis title: Three Essays in Industrial Organization
Supervisor: Miklós Koren

2007/2008

Corina Haita

Thesis title: Emissions Trading Schemes: Theoretical Modeling and Behavioral Investigation
Supervisor: Andrzej Baniak

Ágnes Szabó-Morvai

Thesis title: Essays on Maternal Employment Policies
Supervisor: John Sutherland Earle

2006/2007

Péter Harasztosi

Thesis title: Essays on agglomeration economics and trade
Supervisor: Miklós Koren

András Péter Kiss

Thesis title: Essays on Consumer Search and Switching
Supervisor: Péter Kondor

Katarina Lukacsy

Thesis title: Essays on Price Setting Mechanisms

2005/2006

Anikó Bíró

Thesis title: Essays on Aging and Health

2004/2005

Gábor Antal

Thesis title: Wages and Foreign Direct Invesment in Hungary
Supervisor: John Sutherland Earle

Peter Gabriel

Thesis title: Explaining inflation dynamics: the role of price setting rules, expectations and exchange rate
Supervisor: István Kónya

Ágnes Horváth

Thesis title: Essays on Pension Systems, Mobility and Welfare Politics

Gábor Koltay

Thesis title: From Structural Estimation to Quasi Experiment: Three essays on Exchange Rate


Balázs Muraközy

Thesis title: Spillovers from FDI in Hungary
Supervisor: László Halpern

Mariann Rigó

Thesis title: Three Essays on Wages and Productivity in Hungary
Supervisor: John Sutherland Earle

2003/2004

Dóra Benedek

Thesis title: BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSE TO INCOME TAXATION: A STUDY OF THE HUNGARIAN TAX SYSTEM

Cecília Hornok

Thesis title: Essays on International Trade Barriers
Supervisor: Miklós Koren

Attila Kincses

Thesis title: Empirical Essays on the Demand of Unsecured Credit
Supervisor: László Mátyás

Anna Naszódi

Thesis title: Exchange Rates, Regime Switches and Currency Options
Supervisor: László Mátyás

2002/2003

Szilárd Benk

Thesis title: Essays on Monetary Business Cycle with Credit
Supervisor: Julius Horváth

Zsombor Cseres-Gergely

Thesis title: Essays on Labour Market Behaviour at the Beginning and End of the Active Life-Cycle

Nurbek Jenish

Thesis title: Essays in Open Economy Macroeconomics

2001/2002

Gábor Békés

Thesis title: FDI LOCATION AND SPILLOVER: THE HUNGARIAN EVIDENCE
Supervisor: László Halpern

Gergely Csorba

Thesis title: Three Essays on Monopolist Second-degree Discrimination Strategies in the Presence of Positive Network Effects

Zoltán Jakab

Thesis title: Topics in Open Economy Macroeconomics: Currency Choice and Exchange Rate Pass-Through and An estimated DSGE model of the Hungarian Economy
Supervisor: Attila Rátfai

2000/2001

Dana Popa

Thesis title: Objective Factor or Subjective Preferences? Determinants of Voting Behavior in Post-Communist Romania (1995-2001)
Supervisor: Ugo Pagano

Ádám Reiff

Thesis title: Measuring the Costs of Investment: Lessons from Firm-Level Investment Behavior
Supervisor: Attila Rátfai

Gheorghe Silberberg

Thesis title: Derivative Pricing with Symmetry Analysis
Supervisor: László Mátyás

Miklós Szalay

Thesis title: Contribution: An Interdisciplinary Study and an Agent-Based Modeling Tool of Human Cooperation
Supervisor: Ugo Pagano

Ádám Szentpéteri

Thesis title: Government Objectives, Incentives, and Privatization
Supervisor: John Sutherland Earle