Recent publications from the Institute for World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Spring/summer 2016

Hungary

 

Tomasz Berg, Zsuzsánna Biedermann, Rudolf Fürst, Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň, Jan Hornát, Dariusz Kałan, Patryk Kugiel, Marian Majer, Jan Němec, Judit Ricz, Balázs Sárvári, Justyna Szczudlik, Ágnes Szunomár, Marek Wąsiński, Damian Wnukowski, Patryk Kugiel (ed.), V4 goes global: exploring opportunities and obstacles in the Visegrad Countries’ cooperation with Brazil, India, China and South AfricaWarsaw: PISM (Polski Instytut Spraw Międzynarodowych / The Polish Institute Of International Affairs), 2016. 85 p. (ISBN: 978-83-64895-72-2)

András György Deák (ed.), The end of an era in Eurasia?: Conflict in Eastern Ukraine and economic downturn in the post-Soviet space – In memoriam Zsuzsa Ludvig Budapest: Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2015. The beloved colleague and experienced senior researcher of the post-Soviet region died 29th October 2014. (East European Studies; 6.) (ISBN:978-963-301-627-5)

Andrea Éltető, Ágnes Szunomár, Chinese investment and trade – strengthening ties with Central and Eastern Europe, in International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. IV (1), pp. 24-48

Tamás Gerőcs, Effect of German car manufacturing’s globalization on the closing up of Central-East-Europe, in Külügyi Szemle, vol. 14, no. 3, 3/2015, pp. 96-118 (in Hungarian)

István Kőrösi, The relationship between the state and the private enterprises in the economy of AustriaAz állam és a magánvállalatok viszonya az osztrák gazdaságban Budapest: MTA KRTK Világgazdasági Intézet, 2016. 37 p. (VGI Műhelytanulmányok; 111. = IWE Workshop Studies No. 111) (In Hungarian)

Judit Ricz, The role of state in varieties of capitalism (SVOC), in Society and Economy 38 (2016) 2, pp. 287-291

Erzsébet Rózsa N., Middle East, in N. Rózsa Erzsébet – Háda Béla: Regionális tanulmányok. (Regional studies) NKE, Budapest, 2016, 87-107. o. (In Hungarian)

Miklós Somai, Changing role of the state in Slovenian economy: privatisation under European and international pressure, in Eva Kovářová, Lukáš Melecký, Michaela Staníčková (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on European Integration 2016. Ostrava, Czechia, 2016.05.19-2016.05.20. Ostrava: VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, 2016. pp. 875-882. (ISBN:978-80-248-3911-0)

Miklós Somai, The role of the state in French economy (Az állam szerepe a francia gazdaságban), Budapest: MTA KRTK Világgazdasági Intézet, 2016. 63 p. (VGI Műhelytanulmányok; 112. = IWE Workshop Studies No. 112) (ISBN:978-963-301-631-2) (In Hungarian)

Andrea Szalavetz, Policy support to commercialisation and Europe’s commercialisation gap, in International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, Vol. 13, Nos. 3/4, 2015

Andrea Szalavetz, Global crisis and upgrading of MNCs’ manufacturing subsidiaries: A case study of Hungary, in Central European Business Review, Vol. 5., No. 1., pp. 37–44, 2016

Miklós Szanyi, The reversal of the privatisation logic in Central European transition economies, in Acta Oeconomica, 2016, Volume 66, Issue 1, pp 33-55

Szunomár Ágnes (szerk.), Eurázsia a 21. században: a tőkebefektetések tükrébenBudapest: MTA KRTK Világgazdasági Intézet, 2015. 133 p (Kelet-Európa Tanulmányok; 11.) (ISBN:978-963-301-630-5) (in Hungarian)

(Ágnes Szunomár ed.: Eurasia in the 21st century – in the mirror of capital investments)

Csaba Weiner, Kálmán Kalota, Andrea Éltető, Magdolna Sass, Rossiiskie investicii v Visegradskih stranah: kladbishse teorii (Российские инвестиции в Вишеградских странах: кладбище теорий) In: Sovremennaa Evropa (Современная Европа), Vol. 16. No. 6. pp. 60–76

 

IWE Working Papers:

 

Csaba Weiner: Central and East European diversification under new gas market conditions, Budapest, IWE CERS HAS, February 2016, Working Paper series No.221, p 79.