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Faculty of International Management and Business


Faculty of International Management and Business
Dr. Pál Majoros
Department of International Economics
Consultant, Visiting lecturer
Dr. Pál Majoros
  • Office:1165 Budapest, Diósy L. u. 22-24.
  • Building:Building E, 2nd Floor, Room 17
  • Phone:+36 1 467-7800
  • Internal extension:837


When I was a university student, I wrote 4 TDK dissertations, 2 of which won the OTDK main prize in the sections Social Sciences and Economics. I wrote my doctoral dissertation in 1977 and my CSc (PhD) dissertation in 1988. I have been teaching at the College of Foreign Trade since 1989. In the last 30 years (approximately) I was the dissertation consultant of 800-1000 people, and about 300-400 TDK papers were written by my help. This activity was awarded the title of Master Teacher, and Fáy András prize in 1999. In 1988 I got the title „Jean Monnet Chair” from the EU. In 1993-94 I was the coordinator of a big national research (How Hungary can become a regional infrastructure and service center). I wrote several college notes, some of which were also published as textbooks.

Office Hours

Hourskedd/Tuesday 12:30-13:30 
Comment e-mailben történő előzetes egyeztetés alapján / prior consultation by email is required

Subject(s) taught

  • External Environment of the Hungarian Economy (Hungarian)
  • The EU's External Relations (Hungarian)
  • Advanced Research Methods (Hungarian)
  • Research Methods (Hungarian)
  • Research Methodology (Hungarian)
  • Bachelor Thesis (Hungarian and English)
  • Internship (Hungarian)
  • Study and Research Methods (Hungarian)
  • Study Techniques (Hungarian)
  • World Economy and International Trade (Hungarian)
  • World Economic Theories (Hungarian)
  • World Economics (Hungarian)

Research areas

  • Hungary's foreign trade relations
  • Regions of the world economy (Russia, China, Japan)
  • Research Methods.