Máté Hajba is the director of the Free Market Foundation, which advocates economic freedom, civil rights, and tolerance in Hungary.
He is also the vice president of the Civic Platform, a Hungarian organization which runs anti-racist campaigns and promotes democratic values. He is interested in the relationship between the state and the individual and in the concept and history of liberty. He writes for international and national press and blogs on issues such as tolerance, international relations, and the digital economy. To spread the concept of individualism, liberty, tolerance, and free market, he co-founded a youth organization named Eötvös Club.
He cooperates with AMO on the Digital New Deal international project.