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Live Long Critical Thinking

Kovács, O. (2019): A kritikai gondolkodás legyen örök. Csaba László: Válság, Gazdaság, Világ. Adalékok Közép-Európa három évtizedes gazdaságtörténetéhez (1988-2018) című könyv bemutatása. Európai Tükör, 2019, 2. szám 109-115. o. DOI: 10.32559/et.2019.2.7 Anekdoták szerint annak idején a Szovjetunióban a Központi Bizottság ülésein mindig annak lehetett igaza, aki ülés előtt a honvédelmi miniszterrel együtt ment ki toa
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National Study on Research- to-Innovation Bottlenecks in Promotion of Energy Efficiency in Moldova

Kovács, O. (2015): National Study on Research-to-Innovation Bottlenecks in Promotion of Energy Efficiency in Moldova. INNOVER-EAST, WP1, Deliverable 1.3. Project co-funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Programme (2007-2013).
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Transparency and Progress – No Easy Way Out

In economics, and maybe in all aspects of life, longer term tendencies can offer much more realistic picture about how phenomena happen than any short term and fresh data. Another equally important thumb rule is that building on easily observable, measurable and interpretable phenomena during any kind of analysis can result much precise knowledge. This is because we simply cannot always understand the ‘big picture’ c
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Public Finance – Deficit, Debt and Sustainability

Kovács, O. (2011): István Benczes – Gábor Kutasi (2010): Költségvetési pénzügyek. Hiány, államadósság és fenntarthatóság (Public finance. Deficit, debt and sustainability) (Review). The Economic Review, Vol. 58. pp. 383-387
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The Kyrgyz Republic – Elections and Challenges

Kovács, O. (2010): The Kyrgyz Republic – Elections and Challenges. News of the Month, ICEG European Center, June-July 2010 pp. 4-8. The purpose of this article is to contribute to the current discussions on political challenges ahead of Kyrgyzstan beyond the macroeconomic problems. Although the new political economic theory suggests that the substantial changes of the given constitution are go to seldom count, we can
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