logo

Tag

Eurozone

The Hungarian Eurology – The Road to Perdition?

Kovács, O. (2020): The Hungarian Eurology – The Road to Perdition? Journal of Post-Communist Economies, Online version, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/14631377.2020.1745558  The study aims at deciphering the driving forces behind the Hungarian eurolessness from a more complexity-aware perspective. To this end, it applies the concept of runaway phenomena, borrowed from complexity science pervaded by an evolutionar
Read More

Europe’s Integration Challenged – WIIW Spring Seminar 2016

Title Europe’s Integration Challenged Role Participant Location wiiw – Wiener Institute für Internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB), 1090, Vienna, Otto-Wagner-Platz 3, Kassensaal Date 07 April 2016
Read More

A magyar différance

Kovács, O. (2015): A magyar différance. Köz-Gazdaság, 10. évf., 4. szám (december), 145-166. o. A tanulmányban megkíséreljük Magyarország euró bevezetésével kapcsolatos halogató magatartását egy rendszerszemléletű megközelítésen keresztül értelmezni. A makrogazdasági (in)stabilitás kérdését interdiszciplináris megközelítéssel tárgyaljuk, amelynek során olyan területek releváns ismereteire támaszkodunk, mint a fejlődé
Read More

Core-periphery Relations in the European Union

Kovács, O. (2016): The Hungarian Agony over Eurozone Accession. In: Magone, J. M. – Laffan, B. – Schweiger, C. (eds.) (2016): Core-periphery Relations in the European Union – Power and Conflict in a Dualist Political Economy. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, Chapter 16. pp. 231-250. Book reviews: In English: Stefan, A. Musto (2016): Core-Periphery Relations in the European Union – Power and Conflict in a Dualist
Read More

Hungary and the Eurozone – A Systematic View

Kovács, O. (2015): Hungary and the Eurozone – Need for a More Systematic Approach. In: Schweiger, C. – Magone, J. (ed.) (2015): The Effects of the Eurozone Sovereign Debt Crisis. Differentiated Integration between the Centre and the New Peripheries of the EU. Chapter 11
Read More

A Systemic Narrative of Hungarian Eurozone Accession

Kovács, O. (2014): A Systemic Narrative of Hungarian Eurozone Accession. The Polish Quarterly of International Affairs, 2014, No. 3 This paper attempts to contribute to a better understanding of why a more systemic approach is needed when it comes to Hungary’s eurozone accession. This study first dwells on the issue of its macroeconomic instability from a regional perspective by devoting attention to its “lagging” ph
Read More

Workshop: The Euro and CEEC: Chances and Dilemmas of the Monetary Integration

Title A Systemic Narrative to the Hungarian Eurozone Accession Role Speaker Location The Polish Institute of International Affairs ul. Warecka 1a, 00-950 Warsaw, Poland Date 13 November 2014
Read More

Hungary and the Eurozone – The Need for a More Systemic Approach

Kovács, O. (2014): Hungary and the Eurozone – the Need for a More Systemic Approach. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, Vol. 15., No. 3, pp. 385-399 This contribution purports to illustrate why a more systemic approach is needed when it comes to considering the Eurozone accession in case of Hungary. The paper first dwells on the issue of macroeconomic instability in case of Hungary from a regional perspec
Read More

Crisis in the Eurozone: Slovak Experiences with the Common Currency

Title Hungary and the Euro – Challenges and Perspectives. INEKO-Workshop Reading: Workshop Press Release Role Speaker Location Bajkalská 25, Bratislava, Slovakia Date 22 November 2013
Read More