Re-definability of economics in a female narrative context will be the title of a roundtable discussion organized by the Cultural Economics Section of the 125 year old Hungarian Economic Association, to take place on Friday, 10 May 2019 from 4 p.m. in the FUGA Budapest Centre of Architecture (Budapest V. kerület, Petőfi Sándor út 5.).
The introductory presentation of the event will be delivered by Gyöngyi Major, associate professor, Doctor of Economics, member of the public body of HEA. Participants of the roundtable: Ilona Nemes, philosopher; Katalin Botos, economist, Honorary President of the Social Economics Section of the HEA, Professor Emerita of the University of Szeged and Pázmány Péter Catholic University; Szilvia Szegő, retired lecturer, professor of the Doctoral School of the National University of Public Service, Vice President of the Social Economics Section of the HEA; József Benda, researcher of socialisation issues, social educator, President of the Demographics Section of the HEA; Csaba Varga, sociologist, philosopher, consciousness researcher; and Barnabás Virág, Executive Director of the MNB for Monetary Policy and Economic Analysis, Board member of the Competitiveness Section of the HEA. The event will be moderated by József Birinyi, economist, folk music researcher, President of the Hungaricum Association, and President of the Cultural Economics Section of HEA.
Invitation to the event and prior proposition by Gyöngyi Major (pdf)