Role in the project: Bence Tóth is a Research Assistant in the Department of Sociology.
Biography: Shortly after finishing his studies at Central European University (Economic Policy) Bence started working at Corruption Research Centre Budapest. His tasks were focusing on public procurement data analysis. Bence had also technical duties related to the Hungarian PP database, and also worked extensively on a collusion indicator toolkit for PP markets.
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