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Assistant professorial lecturer, London School of Economics and Political Science

I work at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). I completed my PhD in Management at King's College London. I hold an MA in European Studies from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, a BA in Marketing and International Management from Avans School of International Studies, The Netherlands and a BA in Economics from the College of Management and Business Studies, Hungary.

In my research I investigate state-firm relations and corporate lobbying in the European Union from the perspective of comparative capitalism. My research interests include: corporate lobbying and public affairs management, multinational’s lobbying in different institutional contexts, the impacts of Brexit on firms, Europeanization and non-market strategies.

Before joining academia I worked as a public affairs consultant, specialising on EU-affairs. I currently provide consultancy with a special expertise in: public policy strategy, analysing policy developments and impact, EU funding management, evaluation of EU-funded programmes, and being a country expert in pan-European research projects.


  • 2019–present
    Assistant Professorial Lecturer, London School of Economics


  • 2014 
    King's College London, PhD


  • 2020
    Article Menu Download PDF [PDF] Open EPUB Full Article Content List Abstract Theoretical Background Data and Method Empirical Findings Discussion and Conclusion Acknowledgements Notes References Figures & Tables Article Metrics Cite Share Request Permissions Related Articles What Is “Authoritarian” About Authoritarian Capitalism? The Dual Erosion of the Private–Public Divide in State-Dominated Business Systems, Business and Society
  • 2013
    European Union lobbying and the Golden Cage of post-socialist network capitalism in Hungary, JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies

Professional Memberships

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management