Recent publications by the Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences


Annamária Artner: Inequalities of accumulation: The case of Central and Eastern Europe. In: Balázs Szentiványi (ed.): Foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern Europe – Post-crisis perspectives. Studies in Economic Transition. Pagrave Macmillan, 2017


Zsuzsánna Biedermann, Miklós Somai: Brexit – reasons and challenges. In: ACTA OECONOMICA 66: (S1) pp. 137-156. (2016)


András György Deák: Why Putin needs Orbán? Our colleague was interviewed by Lili Bayer on the website of


Gerőcs Tamás: A nemzetközivé válás kihívásai a kínai fizetőeszköz szempontjából. In: Hitelintézeti Szemle (Title in English: ‘Challenges of internationalisation from the perspective of the Chinese currency.’ In: ’Financial and Economic Review’. Special Issue. January 2017 Vol. 16. p. 170-185. Abstract: The paper examines the spread of the international use of the renminbi (yuan), with particular focus on the multipolarisation of the international monetary system. The author sets out two possible scenarios in relation to the spread of the Chinese renminbi (yuan) and, in terms of the development of the entire international financial system.


Irina Molodikova, Tamás Szigetvári (ed.): Migration in Eurasia – the first 25 years of the Post-Soviet era, Budapest: Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2016. 115 p. (East European Studies; 7.) (ISBN: 978-963-301-639-8)


Ozsvald Éva: A lengyel állam mint résztulajdonos a tőzsdei vállalatokban. Budapest: MTA KRTK Világgazdasági Intézet, 2016. 33 p. (VGI Műhelytanulmányok: 120 = IWE Workshop Studies No. 120) (ISBN 978- 963-301-640-4) (In English: The Polish state as a co-owner in the stock exchange companies.)


Rózsa Erzsébet: Review and Introduction to Baranyi Tamás Péter – Szálkai Kinga (eds): Újhold – a török külpolitika útkeresése a 20-21. században In English: New moon – Looking ahead of Turkish foreign policy in the 20th-21st centuries).


Simai Mihály: A harmadik évezred nyitánya: A zöld fejlődés esélyei és a globális kockázatok. Budapest: Corvina Kiadó, 2016. 374 p. (ISBN:978 963 13 6385 2) (In English: The overture of the third millennium – The chances of green development and global risks)



Andrea Szalavetz: Foreign investment in Eastern and Southern Europe after 2008. Still a lever of growth? Europe-Asia Studies, 69:1, 187-188, DOI: 10.1080/09668136.2016.1265813 (book review)


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Andrea Szalavetz: Upgrading and value capture in global value chains in Hungary: More complex than what the smile curv. In: Balázs Szentiványi (ed.): Foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern Europe – Post-crisis perspectives. Studies in Economic Transition. Pagrave Macmillan, 2017


Csaba Weiner: The role of state in Russian economy – State-owned companies in the centre. (Az állam szerepe az orosz gazdaságban – Középpontban az állami vállalatok), Budapest: MTA KRTK Világgazdasági Intézet, 2016. 74 p. (VGI Műhelytanulmányok: 119 = IWE Workshop Studies No. 119) (ISBN 978- 963-301-641-1) (In Hungarian)


Forthcoming soon:


András Inotai: Impact of the Brexit on the new member countries in general, and on Hungary, in particular (to be published in Japanese, Kyoto University)