Centre for Economic and Regional Studies HAS
Institute of World Economics
Listed as one of the "Top International Economic Think Tanks"
(2017 Global Go To Think Tank Report, University of Pennsylvania)



Adjustment of the Hungarian and of the Romanian Economies to the Changing International Environment. External and Domestic Challenges, Theoretical Dilemmas, New Strategies
Duration: 2018-2021
Project manager: Ágnes Szunomár 
Hungarian Academy of Sciences - Romanian Academy

Comparative Analysis of the Approach Towards China: V4+ and One Belt One Road (OBOR)
Duration: 2018-2019
Lead:Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI)
IWE Project manager: Szunomár Ágnes 
International Visegrad Fund

From developmental states to new protectionism: changing repertoire of state interventions to promote
development in an unfolding new world order
Duration: 2017-2021
Project manager: Judit Ricz

Japan's role and interests in East Asian regionalism
Duration: 2017-2018
Project manager: Katalin Völgyi
Toshiba International Foundation 

Non-European emerging-market multinational enterprises in East Central Europe
Duration: 2016-2020
Project manager: Ágnes Szunomár

Transferring V4 and Georgia Reform Experience to Facilitate Economic Development in Belarus
Duration: 2016
Coordinator: PMCG
IWE project manager: András György Deák
International Visegrad Fund  

The greening of global value chains – implications for Hungarian manufacturing companies
Duration: 2016-2018
Project manager: Andrea Szalavetz 

Factors influencing export performance – a comparison of three European regions
Duration: 2015-2018
Project manager: Andrea Éltető 

V4 Goes Global: Exploring opportunities in V4 cooperation with BASIC emerging powers
Duration: September 2015 - September 2016 
Coordinator: PISM
IWE Project manager: Ágnes Szunomár
International Visegrad Fund  

Geopolitical changes in the architecture of international aid
Duration: 2015-2018
Project manager: Judit Kiss - Ágnes Orosz

Sub-Saharan Africa today
Duration: 2015-2016
Project manager: Judit Kiss - Zsuzsánna Biedermann

Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership countries
Duration: January 2015 - June 2016
Project manager: András György Deák
International Visegrad Fund 

Shift in the world economy: from exportorientation towards domestic demand led growth?
Duration: 2015-2018
Project manager: Judit Kiss

Varieties of Capitalism - varieties of direct economic interventions of the state
Duration: 2014-2017
Project manager: Miklós Szanyi

How to benefit from participation in Global Value Chains? – Implications for the V4 Countries
Duration: 2014-2015
Coordinator: University of Economics, Prague
IWE Project manager: Andrea Éltető
International Visegrad Fund 

Outward FDI Policies in Visegrad Countries 
Duration: December 2014  - May 2015
Project manager: Instytut Zachodni, Poznan 
International Visegrad Fund

Hidden Triggers of Economic Growth in V4 Plus Ukraine
Duration: September 2014 - September 2016
Project manager: INEKO
International Visegrad Fund

The Japanese economy: past, present and future
Duration: April 2014 - December 2014
Project manager: Katalin Völgyi
Toshiba International Foundation 

Chinese financial assistance in Visegrad countries: myth or reality?
Duration: January 2014 - December 2014
Project manager: Ágnes Szunomár
International Visegrad Fund

Russia as political and economic centre in the Eurasian space at the beginning of the 21. century - sphere of influence, competitors and consequences for Europe and Hungary
Duration: 2013-2016
Project manager: Zsuzsa Ludvig / András Deák György

Developing trade  and trade policy relations with the European Union: Experience of V4 countries and implications/lessons for EaPs 
Duration: 2013
Project manager: Tamás Szigetvári
International Visegrad Fund 

Prospects of the Visegrad cooperation in changing economic, political and social conditions
Duration: 2012 - 2015
Project manager: Gábor Túry
International Visegrad Fund

Trade with Asia - An opportunity for Visegrad Countries?
Duration: 2012- 2013
Project manager: Andrea Éltető
International Visegrad Fund

The euro adoption in CEE: Prospects and chellenges in the wake of the financial crisis  /84240/
Duration: 2010-2012
Project manager: Anna Wisniewski

Measuring the upgrading permanence of TNCs'Hungarian subsidiaries / 83962/
Duration: 2011-2012
Project manager: Andrea Szalavetz

The impact of crisis management solutions on SME development on the example of the ten Central Eastern European countries /84293/
Duration: 2011-2014
Project manager: Tamás Novák

Impact of the 10 new member states on EU decision-making: experience of the first years of membership 
Duration: 2010-2012
Project manager: Krisztina Vida 

LISBOAN, Linking Interdisciplinary Integration Studies by Broadening the European Network
Duration: 2010-2013
Project manager: András Inotai 

Integrated Training Programme for Analysis, Assessment and Advice on EU External Action and its Institutional Architecture (EXACT) (FP7-PEOPLE-ITN-2008 Marie Curie Initial Training Netwoks (ITN)
Duration: 2009-2012
Project manager: András Inotai