Közgazdaság- és Regionális Tudományi Kutatóközpont
Világgazdasági Intézet
A "Top International Economics Think Tanks 2019" egyike
(2019 Global Go To Think Tank Report, University of Pennsylvania)

Working Papers

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Nr. 235 - 2017-11
Kiss Judit: South Africa: a re-emerging player in outward FDI
No. 234 - 2017-10
Gerőcs Tamás: Internationalization of Indian Multinational Enterprises
No. 233 - 2017-10
Szigetvári Tamás: Turkish investments abroad, with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe
No.232 - 2017-10
Völgyi Katalin: Emerging multinational enterprises from East and Southeast Asia in V4 countries and Slovenia
No. 231 - 2017-09
Ricz Judit: Brazilian companies going global
No. 230 - 2017-08
Túry Gábor: Different interpretations of the automotive industry and its role in three semi-peripheral regions of the EU
No. 229 - 2017-05
Éltető Andrea, Antalóczy Katalin: FDI promotion of the Visegrád countries in the era of global value chains
No. 228 - 2017-05
Éltető Andrea: Export as a form of SME-internationalisation after the crisis – experiences of three European regions
No. 227 - 2017-05
Ricz Judit: New developmentalist experiments in Brazil and Egypt - a comparative study
No. 226 - 2016-11
Szanyi Miklós: From party state capture to party business capture Model feature of Visegrád countries?
No. 225 - 2016-09
Beáta Udvari : The Aid for Trade initiative and the export performance of the Iberian EU-countries
No. 224 - 2016-09
Éltető Andrea, Katalin Antalóczy : Post-crisis foreign trade trends and policies on the periphery of the European Union – comparison of the Iberian, Baltic and Central European region
No. 223 - 2016-09
Ricz Judit: Developmental states in the 21st century: Analytical structure of a new approach
No. 222. - 2016-08
Szanyi Miklós: The emergence of patronage state in Central Europe - The case of FDI-related policies in Hungary
No. 221 - 2016-02
Weiner Csaba: Central and East European Diversification under New Gas Market Conditions
No. 220 - 2016-02
Szanyi Miklós: The FDI-led development model revisited? The case of Hungary
No. 219 - 2016-01
Szalavetz Andrea: Post‐crisis developments in global value chains - example of foreign investors’ Hungarian subsidiaries
No. 218 - 2015-11
Szigetvári Tamás, Dávid Ágota: Scientific cooperation between the European Union and Turkey – advantages and possible synergies
No. 217 - 2015-11
Éltető Andrea, Túry Gábor, Szalavetz Andrea, Magasházi Anikó: Upgrading of Hungarian subsidiaries in machinery and automotive global value chains
No. 216 - 2015-10
Artner Annamária: Capital, labour, democracy and the end of capitalism

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