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.
The study, prepared for the Fiscal Council of Hungary, presents the main trends in world trade, the relationship between trade and FDI, and the relationship between trade in value-added and competitiveness and global value chains. The analysis outlines the preliminary results for the EU, for Hungary and other countries and presents the methodology for compiling TiVA.
The aim of this study, which was prepared for the European Commission Representation in Hungary, is to investigate the reasons for weak investment activity of the Hungarian corporate sector in the last decade, with special regard to the recent years.
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 Fiscal 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.
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).
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.