Centre for Economic and Regional Studies HAS
Institute of World Economics
Listed as one of the "Top International Economic Think Tanks"
(2016 Global Go To Think Tank Report, University of Pennsylvania)
Annamária Artner

Annamária Artner

Personal details

Position: senior research fellow
Phone: +36302571217
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Fields of research

The global labour market. General trends and regional specialities of labour conditions

Competitiveness, crisis and employment. The anatomy of the crisis. Long waves and its stages. Employment decreasing effect of competitiveness. Spontaneous crisis shifting mechanisms of the global market economy

Social impacts of globalization. Globalization-critical movements

Euro zone. Crisis and optimal currency area. Competitiveness differences. Greece, Ireland

Chinese OFDI, SME, labour market

Old and new paradigms in the world economy. Alternatives to neoliberal economic policy. Policies aiming to internal market and decreasing poverty. New regionalism. Latin-America

Education and degrees

1979-84: Karl Marx University of Economics, Faculty of Trade, Branch of International Economics, Budapest

1990: C.Sc. ("Candidate of Sciences in Economics"), 28 March, 1990

Work experience

2005-   King Sigismund College, 1039 Budapest, Kelta u. 2. Professor Lecturer in Comparative economics, Globalisation, Employment and social policy etc.

1984-   Research Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of World Economic (earlier: Institute for World Economics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). Budaörsi út. 45. Budapest, H-1112). Senior research fellow 

Language skills

English: advanced

German: basic

Selected publications

 MTMT link: Link to MTMT website

Globalization bottom-view. Oppressed groups, rioting movements. In Hungarian. (Globalizáció alulnézetben. Elnyomott csoportok, lázadó mozgalmak.) Budapest, Napvilág Kiadó, 2006 279 p.

From the Periphery to the Centre? Road of Ireland in the last decades. In Hungarian. (A perifériáról a centrumba? Írország gazdasági fejlődése az elmúlt évtizedekben.) Budapest, Aula, 2000. 

Annamária Artner, Péter Róna : Euros(c)eptic - The theory of the optimum currency area and the practice of the Euro. Romanian Journal of European Affairs. Vol 12 No 2, June 2012, pp 80-98. http://www.ier.ro/documente/rjea_vol12_no2/rjea_vol12_nr.2_site_art5_.pdf 

New Regionalism and Crisis Management. Development and Finance 2011. Vol. 9 No 1. http://www.ffdf.hu/en/2011-1/new-regionalism-and-crisis-management 

Anti-globalization movements: the developments in Asia. Contemporary Politics Vol 10 No 3-4 September-December 2004 pp 243-256

Production Technology and Competitiveness in the Hungarian Manufacturing Industry. Acta Oeconomica, Vol. 55 (3) pp. 317-340 (2005)