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Hungary’s Eurolessness – Why in, Why out?

Title Sovereignities in Contention: Nations, Regions and Citizens in Europe. 26th International Conference of Europeanists Role Role: speaker Title of the presentation: Hungary and the Eurozone – From EUlogy to nEUtrality and Beyond? Location Universidad Carlos III de Madrid – Campus Puerta de Toledo, Ronda de Toledo, 1, 28005 Madrid, Spain Date 20-22 June 2019
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Big IFs in Productivity-Enhancing Industry 4.0

Kovacs, O. (2019): Big IFs in Productivity-Enhancing Industry 4.0. Social Sciences, Vol. 8., No. 2, Industry 4.0 Implication for Economy and Society, https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci8020037 Abstract With the dawn of Industry 4.0, its productivity-boosting impact appears to be comfortably ensconced both in the media and in the scientific community. Still, our paper is to portend a rather dismal prognosis by outlining th
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Shining Lights of Industry 4.0? Maybe, But Some Dark Corners Too!

Title 10th Biennial Conference of the Czech Economic Society Role Role: speaker Title of the presentation: The Dark Corners of Industry 4.0 – Grounding Economic Governance 2.0 Location University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic Date 1 December 2018
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The Dark Corners of Industry 4.0 – Grounding Economic Governance 2.0

Kovacs, O. (2018): The Dark Corners of Industry 4.0 – Grounding Economic governance 2.0. Technology in Society, Vol. 55., No. 3, pp. 140-145. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techsoc.2018.07.009 This paper analyses the fourth industrial revolution by shifting towards a more complexity-aware economics. In so doing we concentrate on the complexity of interactions in the development of Industry 4.0 and the Digital Economy by s
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The Complexity of the European Integration – The General Vectors of Disorientegration

Kovács, O. (2018): The Complexity of the European Integration – The General Vectors of Disorientegration. European Mirror, Vol. 21., Special Edition No. 1, pp. 29-47. The paper transcends prevailing literature on the crisis of European integration by demonstrating that disorientegration (losing orientation and weakening integration) is not a recent fortuitous event but a systemic pattern. It shows how the centrifugal
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