Bence Kiss-Dobronyi

Bence is a Modelling Economist in Cambridge Econometrics’ Budapest office. His recent projects include research into digital trade, analysis of impacts of global megatrends and a study on the possibilities of economic diversification in resource rich countries. Currently he is working on several energy and climate modelling projects employing CE’s macro-econometric model, E3ME.

 

He holds bachelor and masters degrees in management and business form the Corvinus University of Budapest. He was a member of the Rajk College, where he received the Heller Farkas Award for Academic Excellence. He is teaching applied statistical methods for business research in two Colleges in Budapest.