Library

Adress: 1112 Budapest, Budaörsi str. 45. Tel. (+36 - 1) 309 2649
Open hours: Mon-Thurs: 9.00 - 16.00 Fri: 9.00 - 14.00

E-mail: biblio@krtk.mta.hu

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STAFF:

Éva Bálint
Head of Library
E-mail: balint.eva@krtk.mta.hu
06/30 816 4311

Éva Moldován
librarian
E-mail: moldovan.eva@krtk.mta.hu
06/30 866 2239

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About the Library

Foundation: 1954

Type: Special library with limited access for general public

The library's aim to provide the research staff of the research center with materials although it is also accessible for external researchers, lecturers, students.

Its collection contains books and periodicals from the following fields: theoretical economics, macroeconomics, public economics and public policies, matheatical economics, labour economics, economics of education, agricultural economics and rural development, industrial organizations, and globalization, EU integration and convergence.

The collection consists of nearly 45000 book volumes, half of which is monography and some 20000 volumes of  periodicals. 

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Newsletter 2/2018

Newsletter 2/2018 April - June

Economics with policy - international seminar series organized by the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies

A monthly event, it features the presentation of an academic paper and a shortdiscussion. In this seminar, papers will be presented on diverse topics from international trade, regional development, competition, game theory to labor markets or education. A one hour presentation will be followed by a moderated policy discussion where the author and the moderator will discuss the policy relevant conclusions and potential applications in the European Union and Hungary.

Economics with policy - international seminar series organized by the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies

A monthly event, it features the presentation of an academic paper and a shortdiscussion. In this seminar, papers will be presented on diverse topics from international trade, regional development, competition, game theory to labor markets or education. A one hour presentation will be followed by a moderated policy discussion where the author and the moderator will discuss the policy relevant conclusions and potential applications in the European Union and Hungary.

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