Tamás Kiss-Gálfalvi is a Researcher at CEPS.
Tamás focuses on policy evaluations and better regulation. He has worked on several EU cohesion policy-related studies. Prior to joining CEPS, Tamás was an economic and policy research consultant at Ecorys, where he focused on policy evaluations and regional and rural development. He also completed a Blue Book traineeship at the European Commission’s Regulatory Scrutiny Board, where he assisted the RSB in screening the quality of the European Commission’s impact assessments and evaluations.
Tamás has experience in data collection and analysis across EU countries, and applied multiple qualitative and quantitative research methods in the context of better regulation studies.
Tamás has an MSc in International Public Policy from University College London (UCL) and an MA in History from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.
Mother tongue Hungarian, he is fluent in English and French. He also has a good knowledge of Spanish.