Publications Institute of World Economics, Hungary, Spring 2014

Ágnes Szunomár, China’s relations with the developing world: a new type of colonialism or a fruitful cooperation. In: Agnieszka McCaleb (ed.): China’s Changing Competitiveness: Shaking up or Waking up the European Union? Warsaw: Warsaw School of Economics Press, 2013. p. 95-119

Miklós Somai, New CAP reform: changes and prospects under the new MFF deal 2014-2020. In: WIIW Monthly Report, 2014, pp. 12-15

Annamária Artner, Youth Unemployment and NEETs – Reasons and Treatment in Europe with Special Regard to Hungary. In: Hishow, Ognian (ed.): Labour Market Trends in Bulgaria and the CEE Region – Overview and Perspectives. 2014 Economic Policy Institute, Sofia, pp. 119-159

Tamás Szigetvári (ed.), Developing Trade and Trade Policy Relations with the European Union – Experience of Visegrad Countries and Implications/Lessons for Eastern Partners. Institute of World Economics (CERS, HAS), East European Studies No. 5.  Authors from IWE: Zsuzsa Ludvig, Sándor Meisel, Tamás Szigetvári
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Tamás Szigetvári, EU-Turkey Relations: Changing Approaches. In: Romanian Journal of European Affairs, Vol. 14, No. 1, March 2014, pp. 34-48

Magdolna Sass, Andrea Szalavetz, Crisis-related changes in the specialization of advanced economies in global value chains. In: Competition and Change Vol. 18. No. 1. 2014. pp. 54-69

András Inotai, Prognosis for the EU’s development and transformation and Hungary and the European Union. In: Kolomiyets, Oleksij (ed.)Ocinka ta perspektivi transformacii ES: Strategichni prioriteri dlja centralnoshidnoi Evropi ta Ukraini. Centre Evropeiskih ta Transatlanitchnih Studij – Slovak Agency for Internaitonal Development Cooperation, Kiev, 2013. pp. 56-62. (in Ukrainian and in English)