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THE HUNGARIAN LABOUR MARKET 2014

THE HUNGARIAN LABOUR MARKET 2014

12/05/2014 | 15:34

The Hungarian Labour Market Yearbook series was launched 14 years ago by the Institute of Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Science with support from the National Employment Foundation (OFA). The yearbook presents the main characteristics of Hungarian employment policy and each year features an in-depth analysis of a topical issue.

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Chinese investments and financial engagement in Visegrad countries

Chinese investments and financial engagement in Visegrad countries

11/20/2014 | 11:08

Edited by: Ágnes Szunomár The publication was supported by the International Visegrad Fund’s Standard Grant project, No. 21320107 “Chinese financial assistance in Visegrad countries: myth or reality?”

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Book on “Regional Impacts of Different Photovoltaic Systems” published

Book on “Regional Impacts of Different Photovoltaic Systems” published

07/03/2014 | 15:48

At present we are experiencing explosive development in photovoltaic energy production. During the past one or two years the number of installed photovoltaic energy-generating modules has started to increase both in the developed and underdeveloped world and capacity installation projects indicate a continuation of the dynamic growth. Costs incurred by the production of solar modules decrease year on year and the reliability and efficiency of inverters are also constantly improving. In addition to efficiency, focus must be placed also on the life-cycle of the materials used and on the reintegration of such materials into the recycling chain.

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Statement of solidarity with Central European University

We, undersigned members of the Center for Economic and Regional Studies at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (CERS HAS), express our solidarity with Central European University (CEU) in the wake of a proposed amendment to Hungary’s higher education law, which threatens the future existence of CEU in Budapest.

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