In addition to historical demography, economic and social history, his research in South Transdanubia, which focuses more closely on the birth control of Ormánság, tries to unravel the approaches of cultural history and historical ethnography factors underlying birth restriction in the 19th century. This fundamentally micro-scale study also aims to show the complexity of historical society through a multifaceted analysis of the community. Along with this, his interests include 18th to 20th-century Hungarian and partly European economic and social history, more closely family history, demography, history of farming and cultural norms.