Centre for Economic and Regional Studies HAS
Institute of World Economics
Listed as one of the "Top International Economic Think Tanks"
(2016 Global Go To Think Tank Report, University of Pennsylvania)

Working Papers

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No. 231 - 2017-09
: 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
No. 229 - 2017-05
Andrea Éltető, Katalin Antalóczy: FDI promotion of the Visegrád countries in the era of global value chains
No. 228 - 2017-05
Andrea Éltető: Export as a form of SME-internationalisation after the crisis – experiences of three European regions
No. 227 - 2017-05
Judit Ricz: New developmentalist experiments in Brazil and Egypt - a comparative study
No. 226 - 2016-11
Miklós Szanyi: From party state capture to party business capture Model feature of Visegrád countries?
No. 225 - 2016-09
Udvari Beáta : The Aid for Trade initiative and the export performance of the Iberian EU-countries
No. 224 - 2016-09
Andrea Éltető, 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
Judit Ricz: Developmental states in the 21st century: Analytical structure of a new approach
No. 222. - 2016-08
Miklós Szanyi: The emergence of patronage state in Central Europe - The case of FDI-related policies in Hungary
No. 221 - 2016-02
Csaba Weiner: Central and East European Diversification under New Gas Market Conditions
No. 220 - 2016-02
Miklós Szanyi: The FDI-led development model revisited? The case of Hungary

No. 219 - 2016-01
Andrea Szalavetz: Post‐crisis developments in global value chains - example of foreign investors’ Hungarian subsidiaries
No. 218 - 2015-11
Tamás Szigetvári, Ágota Dávid: Scientific cooperation between the European Union and Turkey – advantages and possible synergies
No. 217 - 2015-11
Andrea Éltető, Gábor Túry, Andrea Szalavetz, Anikó Magasházi: Upgrading of Hungarian subsidiaries in machinery and automotive global value chains
No. 216 - 2015-10
Annamária Artner: Capital, labour, democracy and the end of capitalism
No. 215 - 2015-10
Judit Ricz: Towards a new model of state-led development in Brazil (?)
No. 214 - 2015-08
Andrea Éltető, Ágnes Szunomár: Ties of Visegrád countries with East Asia – trade and investment
No. 213 - 2015-07
Zsuzsánna Biedermann: Rwanda: developmental success story in a unique setting
No. 212 - 2015-03
Tamás Novák:
Innovative finance for development – Instruments of social integration and responsibility in lower-middle-income countries (LMICs)

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