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.

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.

Tamás Novák (ed.), Euro Zone Crisis, Member States’ Interests, Economic Dilemmas. Proceedings of the 9th Hungarian-Romanian bilateral workshop, Budapest, 2013, 106 p.

Krisztina Vida, EU governance trends – dilemmas and recommendations for the Visegrad countries. IWE Working Paper No. 209, September 2013, 17 p.

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