Research

No. 73, 2017 – Differences of economic development and ways of cooperation in the Slovak-Hungarian cross border region

The article gives an overview of economic processes in the Slovak-Hungarian border region. The main conclusions are based on the principal findings of a Slovak-Hungarian cross border migration project funded by the Hungary-Slovakia Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013.

Overview of the mid-term processes of the world economy on the Hungarian economy (growth) and its impact on public finances

The study was prepared for the Secretariat of the Budgetary Council of the Hungarian National Assembly by the Kopint-Tárki team to review the impact of global economic processes on the Hungarian economy. The paper is available in Hungarian.

No. 72, 2016 – Organisational Capital and Hospital Performance in Hungary

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).

No. 69, 2005 – Thoughts on Hungarian Industrial Policy–adaptation and pathfinding

The Hungarian industrial policy of the future should be a competition and development oriented policy encompassing not only the industry itself, but also numerous segments of the economy.

No. 37, 1995 – Steps for a Monetary Integration of the Economies in Central and Eastern Europe Into the IMS, ERM and EU – Structural Changes in Trade Relations Between the European Union and Central and Eastern Europe Since 1991

On the 9th and 10th of June, 1995 Kopint-Datorg and the Economic Research Institute of Halle (IWH) held a common seminar in Halle on the integration of the Eastern European transition countries to the European Union. This paper contains two of the studies prepared for this seminar.

No. 38, 1996 – Hungary’s Trade Policy Between the Uruguay Round and EU Accession

The paper discusses the Hungarian trade in goods in the light of the uruguay Round, with a special emphasize on market access for goods and the aspects of opening up the Hungarian market. It also examines the impact of other UR commitments on Hungary as well as the international dimension of domestic economic policies.

No. 39, 1996 – Hungary’s Trade Policy and Trade Régime: from Neoprotectionism to Liberalism or Vica Versa?

The paper examines the trade policy of Hungary after the transition, discussing tariffs and similar measures as well as non-tariff measures in import policy. Furthermore, it also outlines export policies and new issues in trade policy.

No. 40, 1996 – Recent Evidence and Prospects for Growth in Central-Eastern Europe

The aim of this paper is to scrutinise recent macroeconomic developments in the so-called Visegrád states (i.e. the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and most recently Slovenia). The overview of economic developments of the past some years will be supplemented by short-term forecasts up to 1997.

No. 41, 1996 – The Weight of Black Trade and Black Services in the National Economy

The main objective of this study is to estimate the weight of the black economy using propositions and volumes that can be interpreted at the level of the national economy, and that are characteristics of nonregistered goods and services.