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HUSK projekt (1101/1.2.1/0171)

Slovak-Hungarian cross-border migration/Slovensko-maďarská pohraničná migrácia  Project reference number: HUSK 1101/1.2.1/0171 Lead Partner / Vedúci Partner: Kopint Foundation For Economic Research,  Budapest CB partner / Cezhraničný partner: Kempelen Institute Duration of the project (month) / Dĺţka projektu (vmesiacoch):12 The place of implementation

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Külgazdaság Vol. 1-2/2016

Inquiry on the prospects and conditions of economic growth The pace of economic growth, gathering steam after 2012 but decelerating more recently, is shaped by complex and contradictory factors. Our inquiry asks for an assessment of these factors. On the

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Külgazdaság Vol. 11-12/2015

Nationalizations: Hungarian specialty or a new European trend? ÉVA VOSZKA The expansion of public ownership after 2008 is a new phenomenon in many developed countries. How can we interpret the Hungarian nationalizations, having been accelerated form 2010 on: as part

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Külgazdaság Vol. 9-10/2015

Political networks in the European Parliament Network analysis of the 2013 reform of the Common Agricultural Policy ATTILA KOVÁCS EU-level decision-making has already been analysed from a number of point of views. Nevertheless, social network analysis in the context of

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Külgazdaság Vol. 7-8/2015

Quo vadis Rhine capitalism? The future of the German social market economy: chances and dilemmas KATALIN ANTALÓCZY – ZSÓFIA NASZÁDOS In this article, the authors examine the sustainability and possible ways of development  and  transformation  of  the  German  social  market

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Külgazdaság Vol. 5-6/2015

Differences of economic development and ways of cooperation in the Slovak- Hungarian cross border region KATALIN NAGY – NÓRA SERFŐZŐ The article gives an overview of economic processes in the Slovak-Hungarian border region. The main conclusions are based on the

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Külgazdaság Vol. 3-4/2015

Economic Analyses in Spring 2014 Having experienced the last year’s surprise GDP growth, the economic research institutes foresee for 2015 slowdown, temporarily continuing deflation – without hard tensions in the state budget. That’s the common message of the spring forecasts

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Special Issue of Külgazdaság Volume 1, No. 2/2015

Overcoming Asymmetric Information in Venture Capital Finance Theoretical approach and evaluation of Hungarian findings SEJLA AMAN – ANITA LOVAS  Venture capital investors aim to invest in potentially prosperous companies with high- yielding projects, operating in innovative industries. In return for their

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Special Issue of Külgazdaság Vol. 1, No. 1/2015

Through a Glass Darkly The Content of Statistical Data on Foreign Direct Investment  KATALIN ANTALÓCZY – MAGDOLNA SASS  With the advancement of globalization, the role of foreign direct investment has grown rapidly both in the global economy and in individual

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Külgazdaság Vol. 1-2/2015

Inquiry on the changing structure of the Hungarian economy and of the financial system The changes of the world economy in the aftermath of the 2008 crisis and the Hungarian economic policy’s newly framed priorities after 2010 – concerning the

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