Researcher at the Central Bank of Hungary & CSH Vienna
András Borsos has been a researcher at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna and an economist at the Applied Research Department of Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Central Bank of Hungary) since September 2021.
András holds a BA degree in finance from Corvinus University Budapest, an MA degree in Economic Analysis in Global Markets from Central European University, and a PhD in Network and Data Science from Central European University. 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 Moralphilosophy at the Heller Farkas College of Advanced Financial Studies.