Erik Braun began his studies in 2011 at the University of Pécs, Faculty of Business and Economics. He first obtained a bachelor's degree in applied economics and then a master's degree in economic analysis. In 2021, he defended his thesis about a sector-level analysis of the Hungarian economy using network analysis tools. His research interests include the study of global and local value chains, the analysis of innovation and research collaboration relationships, and the analysis of different economic networks. Since the fall of 2021, he has also been working as an assistant lecturer at the institution, teaching mainly microeconomics, probability, and statistics. He is also a member of the Econet Research Group.
Sebestyén, T. – Braun, E. – Iloskics, Z. – Varga, A. (2021): Spatial and institutional dimensions of research collaboration: a multidimensional profiling of European regions. Regional Statistics, Vol. 11. No. 3. pp. 3-31.
Braun, E. – Sebestyén, T. – Kiss, T. (2021): The strength of domestic production networks: An economic application of the Finn cycling index. Applied Network Science Vol. 6. No. 1. pp. 1-26.
Iloskics, Z. – Sebestyén, T. – Braun, E. (2021): Shock propagation channels behind the global economic contagion network. Plos One, Vol. 16. No. 10. e0258309.