Publications from the Institute for World Economics, Hungaria, 2015

vki_logo_smAndrea Éltető – Magdolna Sass, Outward FDI Policies in Visegrad countries. Country report – Hungary. In: Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs, No 79/2015, 6 p.

http://www.iz.poznan.pl/news/1148_Hungary.pdf

 Andrea Éltető et al., Outward FDI Policies in Visegrad countries. Final report. (Research project, No. 11430010 Small Grants Program of the International Visegrad Fund)

http://www.iz.poznan.pl/visegrad/images/pdf/visegrad/V4_report.pdf

 Zsuzsanna Hegedűs, The peace and war: USA-China relations. Institute of World Economics, MTA KRTK, 2015, Challenges No 215. 22 p.

http://www.vki.hu/news/news_847.html

 András Inotai, The role of the State in the 21st century. In: How much state in the economy? Central and Eastern Europe Development Institute, Warsaw, 2015, pp. 59-64.

http://ceedinstitute.org/upload/files/960fd53a30ea5907d765107ac3557853.pdf

 Tamás Novák, The future of the Eastern Partnership. Strategic changes or continued drifting? ÖGfE Policy Brief, 17/2015, 7 p.

http://www.oegfe.at/cms/uploads/media/OEGfE_Policy_Brief-2015.17_01.pdf

 Tamás Novák, Global Political and Economic Restructuring through Free Trade Agreements (FTAs). In: Joaquín Roy (ed.): A New Atlantic Community: The European Union, the US and Latin America. Miami-Florida European Union Center Jean Monnet Chair, Co-edition by the Argentine Council of Foreign Relations (CARI), Buenos Aires, Argentina. pp. 17-26.

http://www.as.miami.edu/media/college-of-arts-and-sciences/content-assets/euc/docs/books/Atlantic2015.pdf

 John Szabó, EU-Iran natural gas cooperation potential. Institute of World Economics, MTA KRTK, 2015, Challenges No 214. 17 p.

http://www.vki.hu/news/news_846.html

 Tamás Szigetvári, Economic interests of the EU and Turkey on the Balkans. In: Péter Balázs – Ahmet Evin (eds.): Turkey and the European Union: Strategic Partners and Competitors. Budapest-New York: Center for European Enlargement Studies, 2015, pp. 99-116.