Balázs Lengyel

Head | ANET - Agglomeration and Social Networks Research Lab
Senior Research Fellow | Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Budapest, Hungary
Research Fellow | NeTI Lab, Centre for Advanced Studies, Budapest Corvinus University


Balázs Lengyel is an economic geographer and works on topics at the intersection of economic geography, innovation studies, and network science. He aims to understand how social interaction facilitates economic and technological progress embedded in geographical space.
Balázs joined the Institute of Economics in 2013. Before establishing the ANET Lab, he was a visiting scholar at MIT Human Mobility and Networks Lab. Balázs completed his PhD in economics at Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2010 and holds a master degree from University of Szeged.


Creative Occupations and Regional Development in Hungary: Mobility of Talent in a One-centred Transition Economy.