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)

Working Papers


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Nr. 249 - 2018-11
Ágnes Szunomár: Pull factors for Chinese FDI in East Central Europe
Nr. 248 - 2018-11
Tamás Gerőcs: Indian companies’ technological investments in the EU with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe
Nr. 247 - 2018-11
Tamás Szigetvári: Eastern Europe as investment location for Turkish OFDI
Nr. 246 - 2018-11
Judit Ricz: Brazilian Foreign Direct Investment in ECE: host country determinants
Nr. 245 - 2018-11
Judit Ricz: New developmentalism in the 21st century: towards a new research agenda
Nr. 244 - 2018-09
Yushan Li :
Yushan Li
China’s go out policy - A review on China’s promotion policy for outward foreign direct investment from a historical perspective

Nr. 243 - 2018-09
Csaba Weiner: Security of energy supply and gas diversification in Poland
Nr. 242 - 2018-06
Lisa Coiffard : Independence of central banks after the crisis - focus on Hungary
Nr. 241 - 2018-05
Tamás Szigetvári: Financing operations of the European Investment Bank (EIB) in the Southern Mediterranean countries
Nr. 240 - 2018-02
S. Shobha Kiran Éva Ozsvald / : Indo-Japanese Relations on an Upward Trend
Nr. 239 - 2018-02
, , Fruzsina Sigér: Four years in the club: from external to internal Europeanization in Croatia
Nr. 238 - 2017-12
Csaba Weiner: Managing energy supply security and gas diversification in Hungary - Putting theory into practice
Nr. 237 - 2017-12
Ágnes Szunomár: Driving forces behind the international expansion strategies of Chinese MNEs
Nr. 236 - 2017-12
Csaba Weiner: International expansion of Russian multinationals: A focus on home-country push factors, Europe and five CEE countries
Nr. 235 - 2017-11
Judit Kiss: South Africa: a re-emerging player in outward FDI
No. 234 - 2017-10
Tamás Gerőcs: Internationalization of Indian Multinational Enterprises
No. 233 - 2017-10
Tamás Szigetvári: Turkish investments abroad, with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe
No.232 - 2017-10
Katalin Völgyi: Emerging multinational enterprises from East and Southeast Asia in V4 countries and Slovenia
No. 231 - 2017-09
Judit Ricz: Brazilian companies going global
No. 230 - 2017-08
Gábor Túry: Different interpretations of the automotive industry and its role in three semi-peripheral regions of the EU

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