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Kerék-Bárczy, Szabolcs
Gender male
(Other) employerNot all of the people we document here at TTNI are employed at the Think Tank: typically members of advisory boards for example wont get paid. The term (Other) employer is therefore a bit misleading. Budapest Business College
Leading employee in Freedom and Reform Institute

Szabolcs Kerék-Bárczy is managing director of the Freedom and Reform Institute.


In this section we list interesting things that still have to be researched further, or that do not fit into the other sections.
Szabolcs Kerék-Bárczy was counsul at the Hungarian Counsulate in Los Angelos, USA. He maintains close ties to media for Hungarians living in the United States.

Influence fields of Person

In this section we try to document where the person has which influence.

Author in the media sphere

Author in the sphere of NGOs

Interviewed in media sphere

Membership in the politics sphere

Participation in politics sphere

Employee in business sphere

Notes on the influence fields

Often people are present in various fields, but there presence can't be connected to specific actors (e.g. it is often senseless to connect the media presence of politicians to particular newspapers). We use this section to document these unspecific, but nonetheless important presences.
Between 1997-2001 Kerék-Bárczy was a member of the advisory board of Hungaran Telecommunications Company (Magyar Távirati Iroda Tulajdonosi Tanácsadó Testületének Országgyűlés által választott tagja).


Together with, Erzsébet Pusztai and József Kajdi he launched an appeal on behalf of Freedom and Reform at the Hungarian Constitutional court and the ombudsman [1].