Balázs Muraközy obtained his PhD at the Central European University in Budapest in 2008. He joined the Economics Deparment at the University of Liverpool Management School in 2019. His research focuses on how firms' decisions on technology, innovation or internationalization are related to outcomes for workers, firms and the the economy in general. Methodologically, he mostly works with large linked microdata. He has been involved in numerous research projects for the World Bank and the European Union analyzing productivity, innovation and policies aimed to promote increased competitiveness. Muraközy has published various papers in leading economic journals such as the Journal of International Economics, the European Economic Review or the Scandinavian Journal of Economics.