Tosics, Ivan

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TOSICS, Ivan. Hungarian, b. 1952. Genres: Economics, International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government, Public/Social administration, Regional/Urban planning, Social sciences, Sociology, Urban studies. Career: BUVATI (Planning Institute for Budapest), Budapest, Hungary, sociologist in research group, 1975-83; EGSZII (Institute for Building Economy and Organization), Budapest, sociological researcher, 1983-89; Technical University of Budapest, teacher of sociology, 1989-90; lecturer at universities in the United States and Canada, 1989-; Metropolitan Research Institute, cofounder, 1989, sociologist and managing director, 1989-; Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, affiliated with Institute of Sociology, 1991- 95; special adviser to Mayor of Budapest. Publications: IN ENGLISH: (with J. Hegedus and R.J. Struyk) Integrating State Rental Housing with the Private Market: Designing Housing Allowances for Hungary, 1991. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: (with J. Hegedus and B. Turner) The Reform of Housing in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, 1992; (with H. Kay, D. Clapham, J. Hegedus, and K. Kintrea) Housing Privatization in Eastern Europe, 1996. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Metropolitan Research Institute, H-1093 Budapest, 34 UTCA LonYay, Hungary. Online address: [email protected]