Studies in English

2019
EUROFOUND REPORT ON WORKING LIFE IN HUNGARY 2018
Eurofound has published working life report for Hungary for 2018, with the contribution of Kopint-Tárki. The report describes the main developments in industrial relations and the regulations affecting working conditions in Hungary.
2018
2017
2016
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.
The peer country paper, prepared in the frame of the project titled Mutual learning for reducing tax gaps in V4 countries and Ukraine, gives an overview about the major items of the tax system in Hungary and outlines the trends in the collection of taxes.
2015
Kopint-Tárki prepared a study for the Brazilian Embassy in Budapest on the Hungarian economy, including relevant country information and regulation on foreign trade.
Commissioner: European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry
In the context of the impact assessment of the AVMSD, this study, commissioned by the Directorate General Communications Networks, Content and Technology: DG CONNECT, analyses the self- and co-regulatory schemes on protection of minors from harmful audiovisual content and on audiovisual commercial communications in the EU. It covers both television broadcasting and in on-demand audiovisual media.
2014
Commissioner: Trigánit
Kopint-Tárki prepared the case study on Hungarian youth entrepreneurship in the Eurofound study “Youth entrepreneurship in Europe: Values, attitudes, policies”.
The study, prepared for the European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry, checked compliance with the commitment of each country participating in the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP), i.e. the 28 Member States, Albania, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Israel, Turkey, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, and Serbia. The results of the study informed the Commission’s report to the meeting of the EU’s Competitiveness Council in May 2014.
This study was carried out at the request of the European Commisson in order to gather available statistical data on women entrepreneurs in Europe.
The study prepared for the European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry, analyses the credit requests of SMEs with particular emphasise on their market practices and regulations. It also confirms that the smaller a firm, the larger the likelihood that its credit application might be declined by a financial institution.
2013
The Country Reports for Albania Macedonia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Bosnia-Hercegovina were prepared for the USAID in the frame of PFS (Partner for Financial Security) project, which supports financial sector development by bringing together regional players from Partner and Mentor Countries to address regional challenges, promote the adoption and implementation of international best practices, and to share experience and lessons learned.
2010
The annual country report, which was commissioned by the European Commission Directorate-General Regional Policy, examined the achievements of Cohesion Policy in Hungary.
2009
The study, commissioned by the UNICEF, aims to review the environment shaping public expenditures in general and social expenditures in particular in the new member-states (NMS) of the European Union (EU-10) as compared with the older members (EU-15).
The country analysis for Hungary, commissioned by Ismeri Europe, collects detailed regional data from national sources and information on distribution of competences, its evolution and the role of EU Cohesion Policy in development across different regions.