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Ferenc Gyuris
 

Ferenc Gyuris, Dr.

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Dr. Ferenc Gyuris have been a PhD student at the Department of Economic & Social Geography, where he has been working on his doctoral research project under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Peter Meusburger and Prof. Dr. Johannes Glückler. He studied Geography and English-Hungarian Specialist Translation in Geography at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in Budapest, Hungary, with a foreign semester absolved at Humboldt University in Berlin. His master thesis was entitled “Regional Disparities in China”. In 2008 he became an assistant professor at the Department of Regional Science at ELTE. There he was giving several lectures and seminars on different issues of regional geography and regional policy of non-European countries, and computer-aided thematic mapping in human geography (both in Hungarian and English). He is a participant of a research project concerning the interrelation of political and economic transformation in the People’s Republic of China, organized by the Institute of Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Since the spring semester of 2010 he has been a doctoral student of the Heidelberg University. He is dealing with the question of regional economic development and its reasons in the BRIC countries, with an emphasis on political and cultural factors in disparities. His PhD studies are financed by the Landesgraduiertenförderung scholarship of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg.

Selected publications

Gyuris F (2011) Peter Meusburger – Thomas Schuch (szerk.): Wissenschaftsatlas der Universität Heidelberg. (Review) Földrajzi Közlemények 135 (in Hungarian; accepted for publication)

Gyuris F (2011) Regional economic disparities during crisis and recovery. The case of Russia. Erőss Á, Karácsonyi D (eds) Regional Socio-Economic Processes in Central and Eastern Europe – 20 Years in Transition and 2 Years in Global Economic Crisis. Budapest: GRI HAS (accepted for publication)

Gyuris F (2011) The Williamson Hypothesis: the Content, Criticism and Afterlife of a Concept. Tér és Társadalom 25: 3-28 (in Hungarian)

Gyuris F (2010) Some aspects of regional disparities in the era of transition and globalization. The case of the Russian Federation. Novik A N (ed) World and Russia. Regionalism in the Context of Globalization. Moscow: RUDN, 74-87

Gyuris F (2010) Motivations, goals and methods of regional development policy – the Soviet and Russian case. Annual Workshop of the Urban and Regional Management Committee of the Chinese Geographical Association. Changsha: Hunan Normal University, 259-75

Gyuris F (2010) The Transformation of the Chinese Industry during the Decades of the Economic Reform. Földrajzi Közlemények 134: 217-29 (in Hungarian)

Gyuris F (2010) Changing Spatial Disparities during the Transformation – A comparative analysis for China and East Central Europe. Chinese Journal of Regional Studies 2: 21-34 (in Chinese)

Gyuris F (2010) The Concept of Modelling Spatial Disparities of Economic Development from a Critical Point of View. Drushinin A G, Schuwalow V E (Hrsg.) The Theory of Social-Economic Geography: Recent Situation and Perspectives of Development. Rostow-na-Donu: Southern Federal University Press, 342-49 (in Russian)

Gyuris F (2009) Political, Structural and Spatial Aspects of the Historical Development of Russian Industry. Tér és Társadalom 23: 173-87 (in Hungarian)

Csanádi M, Lai H, Gyuris F (2009) Global Crisis and its Implication on the System Transformation in China. Közgazdasági Szemle 56: 814-34 (in Hungarian)

Gyuris F (2009) Dynamics of inter- and intraregional development disparities in time in China and in East Central Europe. 13th Annual Workshop of the Chinese Association for Economic Geography. Jiaxing: Universität Jiaxing, 246-68 (in Chinese)

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