Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
Institute of World Economics
Listed as one of the "Top International Economic Think Tanks"
(2019 Global Go To Think Tank Report, University of Pennsylvania)

Working Papers

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Nr. 268 - 2022-10
Gergely Kádár :

Gergely Kádár :
China’s strategic considerations for infrastructure building in the Central and Eastern European Region

Nr. 267 - 2022-08
Miklós Szanyi, Somayeh Sedighi:

The role of rents in emerging market economies

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

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

No.265 - 2021-12
Gábor Túry:

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

No. 264 - 2021-04
Tamás Peragovics: China’s Mergers & Acquisitions Activity in the United States – The Case of TikTok
No. 263 - 2021-02
Miklós Szanyi: Globalization - Challenges for economic policy
No. 262 - 2020-10
John Szabó: Climate action in the European Commission's natural gas policy
No. 261 - 2020-08
Miklós Szanyi: The three archetype European historic development models and their impact in East-Central Europe
No. 260 - 2020-05
Andrea Éltető: Coronavirus crisis - trade effects for the Iberian and Visegrád countries
No. 259 - 2020-04
Csaba Weiner, Tekla S. Szép: The Hungarian utility cost reduction programme - An impact assessment
Nr. 258 - 2019-11
Miklós Szanyi: The Balkan model and the balkanization of East Central Europe
No. 254 - 2019-07
Csaba Weiner: Revisiting the management of stationary fuel supply security and gas diversification in Hungary
No. 253 - 2019-05
Tamás Gerőcs, András Pinkasz: Central and Eastern Europe's dependent development in German automotive value chains
No. 252 - 2019-05
Tamás Peragovics: Foreign investment screening in Europe and the V4 countries today
No. 251 - 2019-04
Andrea Éltető: Effects of Industry 4.0 on Reshoring Investments - Hungarian Experiences
Nr. 249 - 2018-11
Ágnes Szunomár: Pull factors for Chinese FDI in East Central Europe
Nr. 250 - 2018-11
Csaba Weiner: Pull factors driving Russian multinationals into five CEE countries: A sectoral overview
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

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