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Research programmes


Being part of a highly research-oriented institution, the Faculty of Economics plays a key role in economy-oriented studies conducted in Hungary. The Faculty’s staff is regularly involved in both theory-oriented and applied economic research. As for theory-oriented research, the nationally and internationally outstanding studies are the ones focusing on international economics, finance or management. As for applied economic research, the most notable studies have a focus on, among others, economic policies or human resource economics. The expertise in conducting research provides a firm background to the Faculty’s bachelor, master and PhD programs, and ensures that students receive nationally and internationally recognized top education at all levels.


Research priorities


  • The centre of the research is the thorough examination of the economic, financial, and social problems of the market economy after the transition period;
  • One part of the research focuses on the theoretical background of European integration, whereas the other part addresses the practical questions of the transition;
  • The study has to implement the ideas described in the most recent literature on Euro-Atlantic relations.


Main research fields


  • Fiscal and monetary policies in the period of European integration, the economy of the monetary union, capital absorption capacity;
  • The Liberalization of the financial sphere;
  • The common and divergent traits of world economic and business economic approaches (in the frame of trans-nationalization procedures);
  • Regional integration, European integration, EU economic policies, state sovereignty and economic policy practices, real and nominal convergence;
  • Game theory, mathematical statistics, mathematical modelling of economic systems;
  • Problems of the labour force, flexibility requirements, questions regarding the implementation of human resource;
  • The methodological problems of examining levels of living (e.g., poverty, consumer price index);


Last modified: 2013.04.17.

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