The confidence indicator is led by large companies while smaller ones are facing difficult problems.
Kopint-Tárki ranked 1st in the analytical competition of the Hungarian National Bank and Reuters Hungary
Kopint-Tárki’s analyst team gave the most accurate forecasts in 2016.
Current sentiment of the Hungarian manufacturing industry is ambivalent. According to their own sentiment evaluation, firms are feeling themself well and their outlook for the next 6 months is also looking good. The evaluation of the country’s current state and prospectives just as the production forecasts are also good.
According to the final data, GDP rose by 4.2% in the first quarter of 2017 on an annual basis, a …
According to the preliminary data, Hungarian GDP grew by as 4.1% in the first quarter on an annual basis, a sharp improvement compared to the previous quarters.
The paper presents a case study exploring the possibilities to measure own-account organisational capital and its impact on hospital performance in Hungary.
No. 71, 2016 – Structural changes in public expenditures in the European Union since 2008 – with special regard to New Member States
This paper analyses the reasons for growing size and the change in the structure of public expenditures in the European Union since 2007, with special regard to the New Member States (NMS).
Kopint in the Press
Following the spectacular growth in September (buttressed by a sizeable calendar effect), October brought another negative turn: industrial production decreased …
Éva Palócz, Zoltán Ádám and Zoltán Matheika in business daily Világgazdaság
The question of “How far do structural changes either occuring spontaneously or as a result of the changing state regulation …