Ph.D., University of Pécs
M.A., Babeș-Bolyai University
Tamás Kiss is a researcher (sociologist-demographer) at the Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities. His main research topics are demographic discourses in Eastern Europe (Romania and Hungary) in global and national contexts; processes of ethnic categorization; ethnicity and demographic behavior; international migration; ethnic politics. He is a PI on the Developmental Idealism, Global and Local Hierarchies in Romania research project.
Gyurgyík László – Kiss Tamás: Parallelism and Differences. A Comparative Analysis of the Demographic Processes Concerning Hungarians of Slovakia and Romania Following World War II. EÖKIK: Budapest, 2010 (in Hungarian).
Administrative Gaze. The Outlines of a Comparative Analysis of the Hungarian Demographic Discourses in Romania. On the Statistical Construction of the Transylvanian Hungarian Population. RIRNM – Kriterion: Cluj, 2010 (in Hungarian).
Articles & Chapters
Melegh, Attila, Tamás Kiss, Sabina Csánóová, Linda Young-DeMarco, and Arland Thornton. 2016. "The perception of global hierarchies: South-Eastern European patterns in comparative perspectives." Chinese Journal of Sociology, 2(4): 497-523.
Horváth, István, and Tamás Kiss. 2015. "Depopulating semi-periphery? Longer term dynamics of migration and socioeconomic development in Romania." Demográfia, 58(5).