How the COVID crisis affected international trade and how to build resilience for similar situations? This is the title of the online panel discussion organised by the Czech INEV on Friday, 17th September 10.00 am. The discussion will be a part of the international final of the Economics Olympiad. Participants of the discussion: Bogusław Fiedor, [...]
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The Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB) launched the Budapest Renminbi Initiative Conference at the end of March 2015 in connection with the central bank’s Renminbi Program to strengthen ties between PBoC and MNB. The aim of the Budapest Renminbi Initiative is to take advantage of the growing international weight of the renminbi, to strengthen Budapest’s regional [...]
The central bank deputy governors and vice presidents of five Central European countries - the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia - will discuss the conditions, advantages and disadvantages of the introduction of the euro in the EU section of the 59th Itinerant Conference of the Hungarian Economic Association (HEA)! Monetary decisions in Central [...]
The International Economic Association started a Working Group on Reconstructing the World Economic Order, focusing on the future of global economic arrangements. The working group is led by Dani Rodrik and Yang Yao, with the following members: Gordon Hanson, Keyu Jin, David Daokui Li, Eric Maskin, Danny Quah, Andres Velasco, and Yongding Yu. Their first [...]
The International Economic Association organizes a mini-conference - a roundtable and policy panel - on “The Economics and Economic Policy of Corporation Tax” on Monday, 27 September, 17.00 pm CET, featuring José Antonio Ocampo (Columbia Unicersity), Carmen Reinhart (Harvard Kennedy School, Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank Group), Joseph Stiglitz (Columbia University, [...]
Former World Bank Chief Economist, former IEA President Kaushik Basu will be among the speakers of the opening plenary session of the 59th Itinerant Conference of Economists, sharing his thoughts on the post-pandemic world economic outlook. The conference organised by the Hungarian Economic Association will take place on 23-24 September 2021 in a hybrid format, [...]
The 59th Itinerant Conference of Economists with speakers including MNB Governor György Matolcsy, SAO President László Domokos, professor Diána Ürge-Vorsatz, Vice Chair of UN IPCC Working Group III and Kaushik Basu, former World Bank Chief Economist, former President of the International Economic Association is due to begin in less than two months, on 23 September [...]
The International Economic Association invites you to the first of a series of online conversations on “Diversifying Economics Globally” featuring Claudio Ferraz (UBC and PUC-Rio), Jayati Ghosh (University of Massachusetts), Arjun Jayadev (Azim Premji University and Institute for New Economic Thinking) and Leonard Wantchekon (Princeton and African School of Economics), and moderated by Dani Rodrik [...]
On the occasion of commemorating the 30th anniversary of the formation of the Visegrad Group (Visegrad Four), Magyar Nemzeti Bank, the central bank of Hungary organizes the V4 Central Bank Governors Conference on 15th July 2021 with the theme “Gradual Transition into a Greener Economy – Challenges and Opportunities”. The COVID-19 pandemic has become the central element of the global [...]
Do the ascending football teams have a chance to stay in the 1st league? Comparison of the European football leagues based on the advantages of the first league. The July-August issue of the Economic Review publishes the study of András Gyimesi and Erik Braun with this title. The Hungarian Economic Association (HEA) and the Economic [...]