Makó, Csaba professor emeritus at the Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration at the National University of Public Service and at Szent István University. He is scientific advisor at the Centre for Social Sciences – Institute of Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His research focus: the international comparative analysis of the social impacts of technological (automation) and organisational innovation with special attention on quality of job and employment.
Selected list of recent publications:
‘Heart and Soul: Transferring Socio-Emotional Wealth (SEW) in Family Business Succession, (2018) Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies, (JEIEE), 4 (11), SAGE Publications, (co-authors: Csizmadia P., Heidreich, B.) pp. 53-67
‘The Dual Character of Hungarian Labour Relations: The Institution of Employee Participation from European Perspective, (2016) In: Katskides, S. – Hanappi, H. (eds.) Society and Economics in Europe (Disparity versus Convergence?), Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 157-176),
‘Segmented Capitalism in Hungary: diverging or converging development paths?’(2016) In: Delteil, V. – Kirov, V. (eds.) Labour and Social Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe (Europeanization and beyond), Abingdon – New York: Routledge, (with Miklós Illéssy), pp. 77-99.