Hungary plans to allocate the Recovery and Resilience Funds on health, education and climate protection
The joint conference organised by Mathias Corvinus Collegium and Századvég Economic Research Institute reviewed the strategic and implementation framework of the EU Structural and Cohesion Funds instruments in 2021-2027...
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...
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...
The left, hand in hand with its foreign allies, discredits Hungary in the European Parliament
In the second half of 2020, the negotiations on the long-term budget of the European Union led to a serious public storm. The picture was further nuanced by the fact that this time, the EU bodies had to reach an agreement on the COVID Recovery Fund in response to the negative consequences of the coronavirus...
Feedback on the 8th Cohesion Report’s Roadmap
It is comforting that every edition of the Cohesion Report discusses in detail and at a high level the structural characteristics of the specific regions in the EU member states through which the various trajectories of socio-economic development can be well identified.
Boosting recovery: Eurostat expects HU growth to be above EU average
In its recent Winter Economic Forecast 2021, Eurostat expects economic growth in 2021 for Hungary to be 4.0 percent, while 5.0 percent in 2022.
Is the Hungarian economy crisis-proof?
In 2020, the expectations of many market analysts became reality, and the longest economic cycle in the modern history of the global economy came to an end. The healthcare measures and security restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus epidemic caused economic slowdowns all over the world, and the pandemic brought about a crisis. Did they expect such a crisis?