At the request of the Fiscal Council of Hungary, we prepared a preliminary study on the development of a macromodel, which would strenghten the analytical capabilities of the institute as well as enable it to provide various forward looking analyzes, projections, bases and alternative scenarios.
This study was carried out at the request of the European Commisson in order to gather available statistical data on women entrepreneurs in Europe.
2017 Overview of the mid-term processes of the world economy on the Hungarian economy (growth) and its impact on public …
In the framework of the TÁMOP 2.5.3.C-13 / 1-2013-0001- “For Work!” Program, the Kopint-Tárki research team produced 15 brief reports in the form of newsletters for the LIGA Trade Union-led consortium, which members were BusinessHungary- MGYOSZ, VOSZ, and representatives of ESZA.
The study titled “Productivity and Convergence- The prospects of Hungary. Tendencies and correlations” prepared by the Institute for Economic and Entreprise Research of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry as well as Kopint-Tárki Institute was published in MKIK GVI Research Papers, No. 2015/4. in November, 2015.
The study, prepared for the Secretariat of the Fiscal Council of Hungary, examines the realignment of fiscal developments as a result of the crisis in the world’s most important economies.
Complex Impact Assessment of the Trade and Investment Agreement between the US and the EU on the Hungarian Economy
The study – prepared for the National Council for Sustainable Development of the Hungarian National Assembly – analyses the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and its impact on the Hungarian economy.
The study, prepared for the Hungarian Chemical Industry Association (MAVESZ), analyzes the situation of the Hungarian chemical industry, focusing on major international trends in the chemical industries in the world and in Europe.
The purpose of the study, which was prepared for the Secretariat of the Fiscal Council of Hungary, is to review the fiscal processes that have characterized the European Union’s economies over the last two years, especially the Central and Eastern European countries and Hungary.
The study, prepared for the National Association of Entrepreneurs and Employers (VOSZ), analyses the employment situation in Hungary, based on corporate surveys and the data of the Labour Center from the beginning of 2017. The study deals with vacancies, tax wedges, assesses the public work system and the current state of education and vocational training in Hungary.