Latest publication from the Institute of World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest

vki_logo_smAnnamária Artner, Debate between Greece and the Eurozone in a changing world (in Hungarian), Challenges no. 216, Institute of World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest

Andrea Éltető (et al.), Global Value Chains and Upgrading – Experiences of Hungarian Firms int he Machinery Industry, Competitio, vol. 14, no. 1.

Andrea Éltető and Ágnes Szunomár, Trade and Investment Between the Visegrad and East Asian Countries with Special Emphasis on China and Hungary, in: Jarolim Antal (ed.), Small States – Big Challenges: The Experience of the EU and Visegrad Region, Vysoká skola ekonomická, Nakladatelstvi Oeconomica, 2015.

András Inotai, Economic Security: Key Challenge for the 21st Century, in: Rebalancing Global Economic Governance – Opportunities for China and the G20 beyond 2015, UNDP, Beijing, pp. 105-110.

András Inotai, Looking behind the curtain: what about the Hungarian „economic miracle”? Centre International de Formation Européenne, Policy Paper, no. 20, July 15, 2015, 10 pp.

Tamás Novák, Hungary: embracing Euro-scepticism. In: Eleanor E. Zeff and Ellen B. Pirro (eds.), The European Union and the Member States. Lynne-Rienner Publishers, Boulder, Colorado, pp. 279-298.

Andrea Szalavetz, Upgrading and Sussidiary Autonomy: Experience of Hungarian Manufacturing Companies, Japanese Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 52. no. 2. pp. 1-19.

Tamás Szigetvári, EU-Turkey customs union: Does the Turkish Model work? (in Hungarian), Külgazdaság, nos. 7-8., 2015, pp. 99-115.

Gábor Túry (ed.), Prospects of the Visegrad cooperation – Identifying converging and diverging forces, Institute of World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 2015, 367 pp. (with contributions by Annamária Artner, Judit Kiss, Gábor Túry and Krisztina Vida from the Institute of World Economics).