György Molnár


Budapest, HU


Household economics


Kiútprogramme - social exclusion of Roma in Hungary

Head of the Public Economics and public policy research unit at IE-CERSHAS. He graduated from mathematics and has a PhD from economics. His research interest includes household economics, social and economic inequalities and mobility, subjective well-being (happiness), marginalized social groups, poverty, and social microcredit.

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Posted by: on January 5, 2018

The complexity of tackling marginalisation

by György Molnár and Attila Havas, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The Roma have faced social exclusion in many European societies for centuries – and still do. As the EU framework for National Roma Integration Strategies states: “Many of the estimated 10-12 million Roma in Europe face prejudice, intolerance, discrimination […]

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