András Borsos

Year of Enrollment: 
2016 to 2021

András is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Network and Data Science with a particular interest in economic networks. He is also affiliated with the Central Bank of Hungary, where he works as an applied researcher focusing on financial stability. In his PhD thesis, András is conducting research on modeling contagious mechanisms of complex economic systems and designing regulations to prevent instabilities in the economy.

Blog posts by or about András in What's Up at DNDS:

Shock Propagation in the Banking System and Human Navigation on Information Networks

The Impact of Role Structure and the Evolution of Temporal Social Network on Collaborative Project Teams’ Performance

Shock Propagation on Interacting Economic Networks

Structure and Dynamics of the Relationship between Network Measures and Psychological Attributes

Shock Propagation and Regulation of Interacting Economic Networks