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Erzsebet Novaky

Erzsebet Novaky, Hungarian economics professor. Named Outstanding Member Area of Education, Minister for Education Budapest, 1979, Master Teacher, 1999; recipient prize for Development of Science, 2000, Szent-Gyorgyi Albert prize, 2005, National award for outstanding academy achievement, 2005. Member of World Future Society, Finland Futures Academy (international advisory board), World Futures Studies Federation (executive board).

Background

  • Novaky, Erzsebet was born on October 20, 1945 in Keszthely, Zala, Hungary. Daughter of Jeno and Erzsebet (Cserpes) N.

  • Education

    • Master in Economics, University Economic Science, Budapest, 1970; Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 1980; Doctor of Science in Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 1991.

    Career

    • Head department futures studies Corvinus University of Budapest, since 1989. President futures research committee Hungarian Academy of Sciences, since 2005, habilitation Committee, University of Economics Sciences, since 2004.

    Works

    • Co-author: Practice of Future Research and Forecasting, 1977, Forecasting-Reliability-Reality, 1982, Technological Development in Education, 1986, Business Forecasting, 1991, Postmodern and Evolutionary Ideas in Futures Studies, 1998, Vocational Training and Future, 1998, Action for the Future, 2004, Panorama in Futures Studies, 2006. Co-author, editor: Developing Environmental Strategies Through Futures Research, 1991, Futures Research, 1992, 3d. Edition, 2006, Chaos and Futures Research, 1995, The Youth for a Less Selfish Future, 2000, Futures Studies in the European Ex-Socialist Countries, 2001, Hungary Beyond Tomorrow, 2001, Changing Values-Forming New Societies, 2002.

    Membership

    Member of World Future Society, Finland Futures Academy (international advisory board), World Futures Studies Federation (executive board).

    Personality

    Interests

    Classical music.

    Connections

    • mother: Erzsebet (Cserpes) N.
    • father: Jeno
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    Born October 20, 1945
    (age 70)
    Nationality
    • 1970
      University Economic Science
    • 1980
      Hungarian Academy Sciences
    • 1991
      Hungarian Academy Sciences
    • 1989
      Head, department futures studies Corvinus University of Budapest