András Borsos has been a researcher at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna since September 2021.
András holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Corvinus University Budapest, a master’s degree in economic analysis in global markets from the Central European University (CEU), and a PhD degree in network and data science from CEU. In his PhD thesis, he worked on modeling shock propagation in interacting economic networks using granular, micro-level data of the Hungarian firm and bank networks.
András’ research interests include topics related to production networks, economic resilience, financial stability, and economic agent-based modeling. He teaches Economic Network Analyses and Moral Philosophy at the Heller Farkas College of Advanced Financial Studies.
András is also an economist at the Applied Research Department of Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Central Bank of Hungary).