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László Szalai, Ph.D.


Department of Business and Economics
Accounting


Education

Ph.D. Programme in International Economics
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 2010–present
M.Sc. in Business and Management
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 2005–2010

Practice Areas

  • Microeconomic Modeling
  • Macroeconomic Analysis
  • International Trade & Economic Integration
  • Applied Game Theory

Research Interests

  • Microeconomic Modeling of Addictive Behavior
  • The Resource Curse
  • Gamification & Experimental Economics

Publications and Media Placements

Tóth-Bozó, B., & Szalai, L. (2019). Political Announcements and Exchange Rate Expectations. World Journal of Applied Economics, 5(2), 53–66. DOI:10.22440/wjae.5.2.2

Szalai, L. (2018). A Review on the Resource Curse. Periodica Polytechnica Social and Management Sciences, 26(2), 179–189. DOI:10.3311/PPso.10021

Szalai, L. (2018). Institutions and Resource-driven Development. World Journal of Applied Economics, 4(1), 39–53. DOI:10.22440/wjae.4.1.3

Szalai, L. (2011). Paradox of Plenty. In L. Balogh, D. Meyer, & H.-D. Wenzel (Eds.), Analysis of Monetary Institutions and Space (pp. 111–138). Kaposvár: BERG-Verlag.

Szalai, L. (2010). Park & Pay – A microeconomic pricing model for urban parking. Forum Scientiarum Oeconomicarum, 2010(10), 1–11., Budapest: BUTE.