Dr Bianka Parragh is an economist with a complementary degree in law. She graduated as an economist at the Faculty of Economics of the University of West Hungary in 2001, and then went on to earn the degree of economist with a complementary degree in law at the Faculty of Political Science and Law of the University of Miskolc in 2004. She received her PhD in Management and Organisational Sciences at the István Széchenyi Doctoral School of Management of the University of West Hungary in 2010.
She has ten years of work experience in private sector corporate management, which she gained in industry and trade. From 2009 she has been teaching business strategy, strategic planning, management and business consultancy at the Business Management Institute of the Károly Keleti Faculty of Business and Management of Óbuda University. From 2014 she has been assistant professor at the Public Finance and General Government Institute, Faculty of Political Sciences and Public Administration of the National University of Public Service, where she teaches public and general government finance, national, EU and international public finance, general government audit and general government accounting. She is the head of the Scientific Students' Association for General Government and Public Finance.
Her areas of research and publication include innovative monetary and economic policy connected to the proactive role of the state, and the relationship between fiscal and monetary policy, particularly in the context of competitiveness (state and corporate) as well as business governance and interest representation.