Sándor Juhász

Researcher and data enthusiast from Hungary

I am originally an economist interested in data magic, networks, innovation and (economic) geography.

Currently I am a Marie Sklodowoska Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at Complexity Science Hub Vienna and an external member of ANET Lab Budapest.

In most of my projects I work with spatial and network data to study the dynamics of collaboration networks, geography of innovation and urban mobility.


Dec 18, 2022 New preprint that combines economic complexity ideas and urban mobility data
Oct 23, 2022 New paper published in Environment and Planning B
Oct 21, 2021 New paper published in Scientific Reports
Aug 2, 2021 New preprint on the concentration of individual social capital in space
May 5, 2021 New preprint about commuting and social assortativity in US cities

selected publications

  1. EPB
    Income-related spatial concentration of individual social capital in cities
    Kovács, Á., Juhász, S., Bokányi, E., and Lengyel, B.
    Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 2022
  2. SR
    Universal patterns of long‐distance commuting and social assortativity in cities
    Bokányi, E., Juhász, S., Karsai, M., and Lengyel, B.
    Scientific Reports, 2021
  3. SBE
    Spinoffs and tie formation in cluster knowledge networks
    Juhász, S.
    Small Business Economics, 2021