Zoltán Pogatsa has a MA in Sociology, a MA in Southeastern European Studies, and a MA in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Westminster, London. Pogatsa received his MBA from the University of Technical and Economic Sciences in Budapest and in 2004 his PhD in Contemporary European Integration from the Centre for European Studies at the University of Sussex, Brighton. He is a Hungarian political economist and lecturer at the University of West Hungary, focusing on the economics of European integration. He has published six books and numerous professional and media articles, and is a regular commentator in Hungarian and international media on issues related to European integration and economic development.
All session by Zoltán Pogátsa
Special Event: Enlargement Moving beyond Europe’s Fatigue and Bilateral Disputes
17:30 - 19:30