Publications:

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).

Journals:

”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 .  

 

Fields of Interest:

Creativity, Innovation, Economic Psychology, Economics of Culture, Work Psychology, Theory of Education, Hygiene of Culture, Political Sciences.

Current Investigations:

Economics of Mentalities
Creatology
Economic Theory of Abilities
Economy of Culture
Economic Fundamentalism and its Consequences
Economic Psychology
Pedagogical Axiology
Economic Mentalities
Hygiene of Culture

Scholarships and Invitations:

British Council, UK (London, Bath, Birmingham, Aberdeen, universities and colleges) 1983.
Soros Foundation, the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Utrecht, universities and colleges) 1985.
IREX, USA (Providence, Buffalo, Chicago, universities and colleges) 1987-1988.
Soros Foundation, USA (Buffalo, Stanford, universities and colleges) 1991.
Spencer Foundation, USA (Chicago, The University of Chicago) 1991.
Tempus, Austria (Linz, Johannes Kepler University) 1994.
Personal Invitation to Paris, France for a Scientific Discussion about Hungarian Conditions after 1990, 1996.
Cyprus-Hungarian Cultural Agreement, Cyprus (Nicosia, University of Cyprus). 1998.
Kellogg Foundation, USA (Atlanta, Nashville, Vanderbilt University) 1998.
OTKA, the Netherlands (’s-Hertogenbosch, European Ceramics Work Centre) 2000.
Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Germany (Nürnberg, Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung /IAB/; München, Bayerisches Staatsinstitut für Hochschulforschung und Hochschulplanung, Institut für Sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung e. V. /ISF/) 2001.
Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Germany (Bonn, Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung /BBIB/, Bundesministerium für Bildung and Forschung /BMBF/; Cologne, Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft) 2001.
Széchenyi Professor Scholarship: from January 1th, 1999-2002.

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