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Dr habil. Tamás Tóth

Tamás Tóth was born in 1970 in Budapest. He has degree in the field of consultancy, teaching and economic agricultural sciences. He has a PhD in territorial planning, he earned his habilitation in 2010.

He has hold a number of positions at the Szent István University of Gödöllő: he was the president of the House of Doctorandi for 7 years and has served as the Vice Dean of Faculty of Economics and Social Scinences since 2008. In addition in 2009 he became the head of the Institute of Regional Economics and Rural Development and he is the Secretary and Member of Regional Sciences PhD School. Since 2013 he has been Vice-rector.

He is interested in the issues of regional and spatial development at academic and practical level too. His studies were published in Europe and in severel other countries of the world. He has taken part in the preparation of several regional and local development strategies.

His national and international professional mandates are diversified: he is the member of the Hungarian Regional Science Association, the European Regional Sciences Accociation, the Regional Science Comitee of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the European Association of Agricultural Economics and the International Association of Agricultural Economics. In addition he is the member of the board of the Foundation for Hungarian Regional Policy, founder member of the Scientific Association for Spatial Development and the secretary and member of the Regional Sciences PhD School at Szent István University.

Married, 2 children.

Since 2012 he has been the chairman of CESCI.

Awards:

  • Szent István University laureate – silver level, 2005
  • Master professor Gold Medal OTDK, 2007
  • Szent István University laureate – gold level, 2009
  • The Best of Vice Dean (Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)), 2009
  • SUA in Nitra, Faculty of Economics and Management GOLD MEDAL, 2010
  • Plaquette for Hungarian Higher education, 2011
  • Certificat of merit, Ministry of Rural Development, 2012

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//2018.12.18.

The Central European Service for Cross-border Initiatives, founded in 2009, celebrates its 10 years of operation next year. The event will be celebrated on April 25-26, 2019 with a two-day conference. Details will be published on our website soon.

//2018.12.12.

The MOT will hold its general assembly and annual conference on 20-21 March in Annemasse and Geneva, at the invitation of Annemasse Agglo and the Metropolitan Pole of the French Genevois, members of the MOT’s network. More details here soon.

//2018.12.08.

At the 7th EUSDR Annual Forum in Sofia, a Story Map has been launched by the European Commission's Joint Reasearch Institute. The map shows the Eu funded projects, focusing on tourism, culture, bike routes etc. People can virtually wander along the Danube river, while gather information about different topics. It shows the beauty and potential of the region, while provides a leraning opportunity about cultural and natural heritage. You can find the Story Map here.

//2018.12.04.

The 8th European Summit of Regions and Cities, to be held in Bucharest, will gather EU, national, local and regional leaders from across Europe to discuss the future of the European Union and how to involve the citizens more effectively in the European project through local and regional authorities. For further information please click here.

//2018.12.01.

The Third call for proposals of the Danube Transnational Programme will be open soon! Check out the Third Call section at the DTP website and find everything you need to know about it and keep yourself updated for more to come! Start working on your project ide today. If you are looking for partners, see our project market area here.

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