Demography and employment – paid work and invisible labour in demographic context will be the title of a roundtable session organised by the Culture Economics Section and the Demographics Section of the Hungarian Economic Association, to take place on Friday, 14 December 2018 from 4 p.m. at the FUGA Budapest Centre of Architecture (Budapest V. kerület, Petőfi Sándor u. 5.)
Participants: János Bali, Director, Research Institute for National Strategy; Károly Baranyi, Chairman, National Workshop for Pedagogy; József Benda, researcher of socialisation issues, social educator, President of the Demographics Section of HEA; József Birinyi, economist, folk music researcher, President of the Culture Economics Section of HEA; Eszter Kováts, senior researcher, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Foundation; András Monostori, financial economist, Board member of the Demographics Section of HEA, and Beáta Nagy, economist, sociologist, professor of Corvinus University of Budapest. The event will be moderated by Attila Szoboszlai, economist, organizational developer.
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