Curriculum Vitae

September, 2009.

Personal Data

 

Name:              Zoltán Bajmócy

Place and         Date of Birth: Debrecen (Hungary), 1979.

E-mail:             bajmocyz@eco.u-szeged.hu

Tel:                  +36-62-544186

Web:                http://www.eco.u-szeged.hu/eng/region_gazdfejl_szcs/bajmocy.html

Position:           Senior lecturer

Affiliation:         University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics and Business Adminstration

                        Institute of Economics and Economic Development

 

Qualification

 

PhD in Economics. University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration,2007.

M.Sc. in Economics, University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, 2003.

 

Education

 

2003 – 2006    University of Szeged, PhD Programme in Economics

1998 – 2003    University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, economics and business administration

1994 – 1998    Mihály Fazekas Secondary Grammar School, Debrecen

 

Research Fields

 

Innovation theory and regional innovation policy

·        Systems of innovation

·        Social and environmental effects of technological change

·        Evolutionary economic geography

 

Local economic development (LED)

·        Evolutionary features of local economic processes

·        LED strategies and means

·        The role of participation in LED

 

 

Teaching Activities

 

Local Economic Development (Master)

Regional innovation policy (Master)

Innovation and Technology Management (Master)

Introduction to Local Economic Development (Bachelor)

Regional Economics (Bachelor)

Economics for Geographers (Bachelor)

 

Language Skills

 

English:            reading: excellent         writing: excellent           speaking: excellent

German:           reading: good               writing: medium            speaking: medium

 

Selected Publications

 

Bajmócy Z. – Lukovics M. – Vas Zs. (2009): Universities’ Impact on Regional Economic and Innovation Performance. A Hungariran Subregional Analysis. 3rd Central European Conference in Regional Science. Kosice, Slovakia.

Borsi B. – Bajmócy Z. (2009): Kvantitatív leszakadás, kvalitatív felzárkózás? A hazai regionális innovációpolitika kihívásai. Közgazdasági Szemle, 56, 10, In Press.

Bajmócy Z. – Szakálné Kanó I. (2009): Hazai kistérségek innovációs képességének elemzése. Tér és Társadalom, 2, pp. 45-68.

Málovics Gy. – Bajmócy Z. (2009): A fenntarthatóság közgazdaságtani értelmezései. Közgazdasági Szemle, 56, 5, pp. 464-483.

Bajmócy Z. – Buzás N. (2009): Entrepreneurial Activity of Undergraduate and PhD Students at the University of Szeged. ERENET Profile, 4, 2, pp. 19-26.

Bajmócy Z. (2007): An Evolutionary Interpretation of Technology Business Incubation. 2nd Central European Conference in Regional Science. Novy Smokovec, Slovakia.

Bajmócy Z. – Kosztopulosz A. – Imreh Sz. (2007): Venture Capital and the Incubation of Small Enterprises. Gazdálkodás, 51, 19, pp. 74-83.

Bajmócy Z. (2006): Opportunities of University Business Incubation in Less Favoured Regions of Transition Countries. 46th Congress of European Regional Science Association, Volos, Greece.

Bajmócy Z. (2006): Egyetemi üzleti inkubáció lehetőségei elmaradott térségekben. Tér és Társadalom, 3, pp. 31-47.

Bajmócy Z. (2004): Az üzleti inkubáció szerepe a vállalkozásfejlesztésben. Közgazdasági Szemle, 51, 12, pp. 1132-1150.