short reports 2001
short reports 2000
Tamás Fleischer is senior researcher in the Institute for World Economics of the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His field of research covers infrastructure networks and specific questions of the environmental protection, especially he deals with the topic of the environment-friendly transport solutions.
Since 1996 he delivers lectures as a part-time instructor in a course titled "Human ecology of built environment (transport, town, society)" within the frame of the direction "Human Ecology" that actually belongs to the organisation of the Institute for Sociology of the University Eötvös Loránd, Budapest. He also leaded or leads different courses or single lectures on transport policy and related topics at the Institute for Social and European Studies (ISES) Szombathely, at the Szolnok College, Szolnok, at the Budapest Business School, at the Corvinus University of Budapest, at the Budapest Technical School and at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest.
Earlier he was employee of the Institute for Water/Environmental Management, Budapest (VGI later KGI, 1988-89), was regional planner in the Institute for Town and Regional Planning, Budapest (VÁTI, 1978-1987), and was researcher at the predecessor institution of the present Institute for Transport Science, Budapest, using its former name in the Research Institute for Road Transport (Kötuki, 1971-1978)
He took his MS degree as civil engineer in transport at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Budapest Technical University in 1971, his economist-engineer diploma at the Faculty of Transport of the Budapest Technical University in 1976. He also passed studies as specialised economist of International Economic Relations in the Budapest Economic University Marx Károly in 1985. He holds his PhD degree in economics since 1995.
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