Sándor Mészáros, Hungarian agricultural economist. Achievements include first calculation of times series of nominal protection coefficient, effective protection coefficient, domestic resource costs, producer subsudy equivalent, consumer subsidy equivalent measures for Hungarian agriculture. E-mial. Recipient Honor Ministry of Agricultural, 1988.
Mészáros, Sándor was born on March 25, 1937 in Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary. Son of Gusztáv and Gusztávné (Péter) Mészáros.
Agronomist, Agricultural University, Gödöllo, 1960. Agricultural economist, Agricultural University, Gödöllo, 1965. Doctor of Science, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1987.
Agronomist State Farm, Miskolc, 1960-1961. Agricultural economist County Council, 1962-1967. Head of department Ministry of Agricultural, Budapest, 1968-1977.
Science adviser Research Institute Agricultural Economist, since 1978.
Author (in Hungarian): Efficiency and Optimal Rates of Fertilizers, 1972. Projection of World's Fertilizer Production and Consumption, 1985, Competitiveness of Agriculture and Food Industry, 1986. Author, editor: Operation Research Methods in Agriculture, 1981 (Academy award 1982).
Member European Association of Agricultural Economists, Academy of Sciences Hungary (agricultural economic committee).
Married Sándorné Varró, August 13, 1963 (divorced 1977). Children: Adrienne, Krisztina.