Graduated from the Corvinus University in Budapest, and then acquired university level doctoral degree in 1974. In 1981 made the CSc degree in economics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and then the PhD in 1992. Chairman of the Hungarian Central Statistics office between 2009 and 2010. Káldor-prize winner, awarded by the Corvinus University in Budapest (2002), the Hungarian Statistics Office honoured merits awarding the Fényes Elek-prize (2007).
Graduated as politician from the Eötvös Lóránd University of Sciences, at the Faculty of State Science and Law. Leader of Policy Agenda since 2010, the author of several volumes, and published writings primarily on social political issues. First book issued in 2016, titled: Nem kell nemzeti minimum (No National Minimum We Need). Major field of research work: social political tendencies and flows, trade union movements and institutional system in the world of labour.
Graduated from the Janus Pannonius University of Science. Founder and leader of Policy Agenda. Editor and co-writer of numerous volumes.
Specialised in media politics, campaign management and crisis communication.