The European Economic Network (Euren) has published Euren-News 2016/1.
Kopint-Tárki’s lead macroeconomic analyst Zoltán Matheika is again third in the annual MNB-Reuters macroeconomic forecaster race.
High level of inventories, moderate production forecast.
On December 27, 2015, Mátyás Klauber, Kopint-Tárki’s Senior Research Economist passed away.
Sentimend indicator has fallen to 60 points while confidence index decreased to 49 points.
The most problematic factors are policy instability, corruption and bureaucracy.
Having received an MPA from Harvard in June, Managing Director Zoltán Ádám has also defended his PhD in Economics at the University of Debrecen.
Béla Szörfi, formerly of Kopint-Tárki, currently at the European Central Bank gave a presentation on “Comparisons and contrasts of the impact of the crisis on euro area labour markets.”
Kopint-Tárki published the new Quarterly Economic Report
Kopint-Tárki organized a workshop on temporary migration with the title “Is Hungary a transit country?”