Publications from IWE, Institute of World Economics, Budapest

vki_logo_smZsuzsánna Biedermann – Ágnes Orosz, Financial regulation differences in the EU and the US. IWE Working Paper No. 205, October 2013, 28 p. http://www.vki.hu/news/news_621.html

András Inotai, Management of the costs of crisis management: key challenges to future economic policies. In: Post-crisis economic development of the EU and Bulgaria, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Economic Research Institute, Gorekspres, Sofia, 2013, pp. 10-22.

András Inotai, Prognosis for the EU’s development and transformation (also in Ukrainian). In: Oleksij Kolomiec (ed.), Ocinka ta perspektivi transformacii ES: Sterategichni prioriteti dlja Centralno-Shidnoi Evropi ta Ukraine. Centr evropeijskih ta transatlantichnich studiu, Slovak Agency for International Development Cooperation, Kiev, 2013, pp. 56-58. and 59-61.

András Inotai, Hungary and the European Union (also in Ukrainian). In: see above, pp. 58-59 and 61-62.

Zsuzsa Ludvig, The EU and its Eastern Partners: Conditionality and Expected Benefits. How does the Russia Factor Matter? Documenti IAI 1309, 25 November 2013, 18 p. http://www.iai.it/content.asp?langid=2&contentid=1015

Tamás Novák (ed.), Euro Zone Crisis, Member States’ Interests, Economic Dilemmas. Proceedings of the 9th Hungarian-Romanian bilateral workshop, Budapest, 2013, 106 p. http://www.vki.hu/news/news_618.html

Krisztina Vida, EU governance trends – dilemmas and recommendations for the Visegrad countries. IWE Working Paper No. 209, September 2013, 17 p. http://www.vki.hu/news/news_620.html

Csaba Weiner, Book Review: Ludvig, Zsuzsa (ed.) Eurasian Challenges: Partnerships with Russia and Other Issues of the Post-Soviet Area. East European Studies, No. 4, Budapest: Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2013, 163 p. Baltic Journal of European Studies, Vol. 3, Issue 2, October 2013 http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/bjes.2013.3.issue-2/bjes-2013-0017/bjes-2013-0017.xml?format=INT