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Visegrádiak Versenyképessége 2021 – 2. rész

Előző bejegyzésünkben a Visegrádi országok (Csehország, Magyarország, Lengyelország és Szlováki röviden V4-ek) versenyképességének alakulását tekintettük át az IMD 2021. évi Versenyképességi Évkönyve nyomán. Akkor az Évkönyv versenyképességi koncepciójának első pillérére, azaz a gazdasági teljesítményre fókuszáltunk; most viszont a második és harmadik pillérre, azaz a kormányzati- illetve az üzleti hatékonyságra konc
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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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Hungary’s Competitiveness – Improvements or Fata Morgana?

By 2018, the Hungarian (47th) competitiveness seems to have reached a relative turning point by ostensibly breaking the declining path that followed the year 2016.In reality, by this move, Hungary has just returned to the levels where it always belonged to. Since the Hungarian competitiveness is covered by the dense fog of uncertainty in many domains (uncertainties over autocratic and anti-democratic governance, unce
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Talent-competitiveness of Hungary – Decline without „Fleurs du Mal”

Kovács, O. (2016): Talent-competitiveness of Hungary – Decline without „Fleurs du Mal”. Society and Economy, Vol. 38., No. 4. pp. 537–558 DOI: 10.1556/204.2016.38.4.6 This paper debunks the popular belief about the world class performance of the Hungarian education system. In so doing, the paper offers some ammunition to better understand Hungary’s position in the IMD World Talent Report 2015 (IMD WTR 2015). Firstly,
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Energy Efficiency in Eastern Partnership Countries – Unfolding Research & Development and Innovation in Promoting Energy Efficiency

Kovács, O. (2016): Energy Efficiency in Eastern Partnership Countries – Unfolding Research & Development and Innovation in Promoting Energy Efficiency. INNOVER-EAST Synthesis Report, August 2016. About the INNOVER-EAST project The 36-month INNOVER-EAST project targets five countries of the Eastern Partnership of the European Union (in short, EPCs: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Ukraine) to overco
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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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