About me

My name is Dr. Habil. Endre Domonkos (PhD). I graduated at the Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Philosophy from History in 2002 and from Politology in 2003. I followed my studies at the Corvinus University of Budapest, where I graduated as a professional European Union expert in Spring 2006.
In 2004, I was admitted at the Corvinus University of Budapest, Doctoral School of International relations. I started my teaching practice at the Department of International relationships and then I followed at the Department of World Economics.
My research fields are the followings: The European Union’s policy and the economic and foreign affairs policy of the Mediterranean countries, such as France, Spain and Portugal. As a professional European Union expert, I also focus on the institutional and decision-making mechanism of the Lisbon Treaty as well as on the common policies of the EU.
The main target of my scientific activity is to apply a multidisciplinary approach (History, Politology and Economy). My essays were published in scientific journals like Európai Tükör, Külügyi Szemle, Valóság and Közgazdaság.
On 21 February 2011, I defended my PhD-dissertation at the Corvinus University of Budapest with summa cum laude, which title was „International autonomy models and minority question. The Catalan regional autonomy and its experiences in Central and Eastern Europe.”
Behind my scientific background I fulfill wide-range teaching activity, which embraces the institutional and decision-making structure of the European Union as well as the common policies of the EU.
From 1 September 2010 to 1 September 2013, I worked as Assistant Professor at Budapest Business School, College of International Business and Management, Department of International and European Studies. From 15 September of 2017 I’m the Head of our Department.

On 22 February 2017, I habilitated successfully at the University of Pécs, Faculty of Humanities Interdisciplinary Doctoral School. The topic of my habilitation thesis was The economic history of East Central Europe during the inter-war period.