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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No.266 - 2021-12
Sass Magdolna, Szunomár Ágnes, Túry Gábor, Zoltán Gál / Andrea S. Gubik:

The impact of the crisis on and crisis-handling patterns in foreign-owned companies in Hungary

No.265 - 2021-12
Túry Gábor:

Electric vehicle revolution – positions of the Japanese automotive suppliers in Central Europe

No. 264 - 2021-04
Peragovics Tamás: China’s Mergers & Acquisitions Activity in the United States – The Case of TikTok
No. 263 - 2021-02
Szanyi Miklós: Globalization - Challenges for economic policy
No. 262 - 2020-10
Szabó John: Climate action in the European Commission's natural gas policy
No. 261 - 2020-08
Szanyi Miklós: The three archetype European historic development models and their impact in East-Central Europe
No. 260 - 2020-05
Éltető Andrea: Coronavirus crisis - trade effects for the Iberian and Visegrád countries
No. 259 - 2020-04
Weiner Csaba, S. Szép Tekla: The Hungarian utility cost reduction programme - An impact assessment
Nr. 258 - 2019-11
Szanyi Miklós: The Balkan model and the balkanization of East Central Europe
No. 254 - 2019-07
Weiner Csaba: Revisiting the management of stationary fuel supply security and gas diversification in Hungary
No. 253 - 2019-05
Gerőcs Tamás, Pinkasz András: Central and Eastern Europe's dependent development in German automotive value chains
No. 252 - 2019-05
Peragovics Tamás: Foreign investment screening in Europe and the V4 countries today
No. 251 - 2019-04
Éltető Andrea: Effects of Industry 4.0 on Reshoring Investments - Hungarian Experiences
Nr. 249 - 2018-11
Szunomár Ágnes: Pull factors for Chinese FDI in East Central Europe
Nr. 250 - 2018-11
Weiner Csaba: Pull factors driving Russian multinationals into five CEE countries: A sectoral overview
Nr. 248 - 2018-11
Gerőcs Tamás: Indian companies’ technological investments in the EU with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe
Nr. 247 - 2018-11
Szigetvári Tamás: Eastern Europe as investment location for Turkish OFDI
Nr. 246 - 2018-11
Ricz Judit: Brazilian Foreign Direct Investment in ECE: host country determinants
Nr. 245 - 2018-11
Ricz Judit: New developmentalism in the 21st century: towards a new research agenda
Nr. 244 - 2018-09
Li Yushan :
Yushan Li
China’s go out policy - A review on China’s promotion policy for outward foreign direct investment from a historical perspective

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