Master of Arts in History and Geography, Jozsef Atila University, Szeged, Hungary, 1991. Master of Arts in Urban History, University Leicester, England, 1998. Doctor of Philosophy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1998.
Research scholar University Szeged, 1991—1993. Junior researcher Center Regional Studies Alfold Institute, Gyor, Hungary, 1994—1998, consultant, regional and urban planning, since 1994, Pecs, since 1994, Bekescsaba, since 1994, senior research fellow, since 1998. Guest researcher Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, 1999, University Trier, Germany, 2004.
Member of Cities After Transition Network, European Regional Science Association, RESER, Society Hungarian Economists, Hungarian Geography Society.
Married Gabor Nagy; 1 child Peter.