Data: Born 1 October, 1941, Budapest. Married, child – one daughter. Tel. 36-1-291-0741. Working Place: Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Philosophy. Mailing address – 1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 8. Tel. department: 36-1-482-5000, my office: 36-1-482-7261, fax: 36-1- 291-0741 (at home).




20 books (3 of them in English), 232 scientific papers (162 of them in Hungarian, 64 in English, 1 in Polish, 2 in Russian, 1 in Esperanto, 1 in Italian, 1 in Latvian).


”Creativity and Innovation Management”, a periodical of Manchester Business School, Member of the Editorial Board.
”Society and Economy”, the periodical (in English) of the Corvinus University of Budapest, Member of the Editorial Board .  


International Conferences (with presentations):

The International Sociology of Science Conference, Budapest 1977.
Wplyw wydajnoscy pracy na wzrost gospodarczy, Lodz 1977.
Cheiron Europe, European Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences, IVth Annual    Meeting,  Paris 1985.
Iszpolzuvanye na szovremenyi metodi za thechnyicseszko tvorcsesztvo, Albena (Bulgaria) 1986.
Cheiron Europe, European Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Vth Annual Conference, Varna 1986.
Metodi Heurezy, Warsaw 1986.

  • Kiváló Munkáért (For Outstanding Work), Hungarian Ministry of Education, 1982.
  • Certificate of Appreciation, New York State University College at Buffalo, 1987.
  • The International Man of the Year 1997/98, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England.
  • Commemorative Jubilee Medal on the Occasion of the 50. Anniversary of the Budapest University of Economic Sciences, 1998. Budapest University of Economic Sciences.
  • International Man of the Millenium, The International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, 1999.
  • Felsőoktatási Dolgozók Szakszervezete Emlékplakett (Plaquette from the Trade Union of Employees in Higher Education, Hungary), 2002.
  • Pedagógus Szolgálati Emlékérem (Plaquette for Serving in Education), Minister of Education and Culture of Hungarian Republic, 2007.
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