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Name: Annamária Orbán
Address: H-1165 Budapest, Zsélyi Aladár u. 21.
Telephone: (36-1) 407-44-82 Cellular: 06-70-27-69-310
E-mail: pphora01@phd.ceu.hu
Place and date of birth: Budapest, 26.12.1963
Marital status: married

Education:   1999-2001, Central European University, Budapest
             Political Science Ph.D. Program

             1994-1997, ELTE, Budapest
             Teacher Training Faculty in English

             1982-1987, Budapest University of Economics, Budapest
             Faculty of International Business

Qualifications:      Ph.D. A.B.D. in Political Science
                     CEU, 2000
                     MA in Economics
                     BUES, 1987
                     BA in English Teaching
                     ELTE, 1997

Languages:           English, high level
                     Russian, high level
                     Spanish, medium level

Work places, research and teaching experiences:


             2001-          CEU, Political Science Department, Research Fellow
                            "Technologies of Civil Societies: Organization, Representation,
                            and Accountability" research project.
                            Project leaders: László Bruszt, CEU, Budapest
                                             David Stark, Columbia University, New York

             2001-          International Studies Center, Budapest University of Economic
                            Sciences and Public Administration
                            Courses announced:
                            Managerial Dilemmas: The Political Economy of Hierarchies
                            An Introduction to Environmental Ethics and Politics

             2000-2001      CEU, Political Science Department, Research Assistant
                            "Rationality, Morality, and Action" research project and
                            conference.
                            Project leaders: Loránd Ambrus Lakatos
                                             Ferenc Huoranszki
               2000-       CEU, Political Science Department, Ph.D. research work
                           "Community Action for Collective Goods"
                           An interdisciplinary approach to the internal and external
                           solutions of collective action problems. The case of Hungarian
                           condominiums.

               1997-2000   English teaching

               1996-1999   Central European University, Political Science Department,
                           Senior Program Coordinator

               1987-1996   KOPINT-DATORG Institute for Economic, Market Research
                           and Informatics
                           MULTINATIONAL INFORMATION CENTRE,
                           Research fellow

Conferences, workshops:

               2001        CEU, Budapest
                           Conference on "Rationality, Morality and Action"

               2001        CEU, Budapest
                           "Technologies of Civil Societies: Organization, Representation,
                           and Accountability" workshop

               1999        CEU, Budapest
                           Conference on "Action Theory and Social Research"
                           in memory of Prof. László Csontos

               1990        Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik
                           "East-European Economies in Transition" workshop

               1989        KOPINT-DATORG Institute for Economic, Market Research
                           and Informatics, Budapest
                           Conference on "Multinational Corporations"

               1988        Foreign Trade Information Center, Warsaw
                           "Transnational Corporations Information Centers", workshop




Study trips:

               1999        University Fair, Vienna

               1989        United Nations Center on Transnational Corporations (UNCTC)



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                             United States Council of International Business
                             Columbia University, New York University, City University,
                             New York

                1988         Transnational Information Center, London
                             Research Center on Multinationals, Reading University



Traineeships:          1986 2-month special traineeship at DOW Chemical, Terneuzen,
                            Holland, organized by AIESEC (International Association of
                            Students in Economics and Business Management)


Publications:

Company Survey Series on Multinational Corporations: ICI, 1987, KOPINT-DATORG,
Budapest (in Hungarian)

Company Survey Series on Multinational Corporations: Royal Dutch/Shell, 1988, KOPINT-
DATORG, Budapest (in Hungarian)

Company Survey Series on Multinational Corporations: C.ITOH, 1989, KOPINT-DATORG,
Budapest (in Hungarian)

News, Information and Studies on Multinational Corporations (quarterly) 1987-1989,
KOPINT-DATORG, Budapest (co-editor, in Hungarian)

Trust, Embeddedness and Networks in Economic Relations, Society and Economy in Central
and Eastern Europe, 2000/4, Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public
Administration, Budapest (in English)

How to solve international collective action problems. Cooperation for preserving the global
environment. Sociological Review/Croatia (in English, under press)




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