Companies’ awareness and assessment of the climate goals
On 31 August, Századvég Economic Research Institute organised its second English-language online webinar.
National standpoint on the future of European climate policy
Századvég Economic Research Institute is a key player in the Hungarian consulting market. In addition to working for market customers, the company has been supporting the Hungarian Government to prepare its decisions for a decade through comprehensive economic policy analysis...
Companies in Hungary are aware of the climate goals and asses them realistically
In 2019, the European Union adopted its Clean Energy for All Europeans package, which focuses on the decarbonisation of the energy sector...
Hungarian Microenterprises Have a Significant Lag in the Digitalisation - Századvég Research on the Digital Readiness of Microenterprises
On 30 April, Szazadveg Economic Research Institute organized its first English-language online webinar. The workshop focused on the digital readiness of microenterprises, based on the results of a primary research carried out in March 2021...
Jourová and Timmermans: unsatisfactory in Europeanness and solidarity
In 2019, Századvég Foundation, with the involvement of experts, compiled a democracy index, which assessed the performance of the then members of the European Commission in terms of transparency, efficiency and compliance with democratic principles towards the end of the term of the European Parliament...
Three indicators with which Hungary is at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19
Hungary has been “put on the map” with the number of articles, statistics and statements relating to the results of COVID-19 control, and they are increasing day by day. Even though these numbers are not expressive in themselves, they are a good indication of how complex, long and difficult the road to success is.
Online Seminar: Digital Readiness of Microenterprises
The European Commission recently published its “Europe's Digital Decade: 2030 Digital Targets” communication as part of the Digital Agenda for Europe framework. A central component of the Commission’s plans is the improvement of digital skills of both individuals and companies in Europe.
In the European Parliament, the Hungarian left considers its own ideology to be more important than national interests
In order to get a clearer picture of the activities of the left in Brussels, Századvég mapped the activity of Hungarian MEPs (starting from the amendment proposals noted by MEPs) and their embeddedness (i.e., the number and frequency of contacts with other MEPs) for the first year of the current European Parliamentary term...