Csaba Lentner
The Economics of Arrival and Reconciliation
Economic Policy and Covid-19 Crisis
György Matolcsy
Shifting Paradigms for the Hungarian Economy and the MNB
László Domokos
Public Finance Challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Responses of the State Audit Office
Áron Drabancz – Anna Marosi – Alexandr Palicz
Lending in crisis – 2008 versus 2020
Bálint Tamás Vargha – Erzsébet Németh – Zsuzsa Borcsiczky
Integrity Risks and Controls at the Time of the Pandemic
Csaba Lentner
Some Issues of the Sustainability of the Hungarian Public Finance System in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the 2022 Parliamentary Elections
Attila Rákóczi – Anett Krizsán
The Activity of the Government Office of Békés County During the Period of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Finance and Corporate Social Responsibility
László Domokos – Gyula Pulay – Mária Király-Szikszai
Monetary and Fiscal Policy: How Have the Two ‘Climbers’ Helped Each Other in the Past Decade and a Half ?
Péter Fáykiss – Balázs István Horváth – Gábor Horváth – Norbert Kiss-Mihály – Ádám Nyikes – Anikó Szombati
Transformation of Money in the Digital Age
Anita Boros – Barbara Eszter Huszár
Green Financial Products in the European Banks' Portfolios – with a Hungarian Perspective
Viktória Deák
The MNB’ Green Programme
Ágnes Csiszárik-Kocsir – Mónika Garai-Fodor – Erika Varga
Changes in Financial Competence by Different Generations as the Aftermath of the Pandemic
Zsófia Kenesey – Róbert Tóth – Balázs Patyi – László Pataki
The Impact of the Tightening of Banking Regulatory Requirements on the Profitability and Concentration of the Banking Sector in the European Union
Viktor Vágner
Impact of IFRS Adoption for Individual Reporting Purposes on the Profit of Hungarian listed Companies
Norbert Forman – Richárd Kása – Róbert Tóth
Resignation, Digitalization, and the Hospitality Industry within Hungary (Part 1)
Social and Cultural Policy
György Jenei
The Impact of the Theory of Max Weber on Bureaucracy to our Present Day
Gergely Egedy
Nation vs. Civilization? The Rise of „Civilizational States”
Márton Gellén
Public Administration Shaped by Demand for Crisis Management
Veronika Keller – Leila Kis – Erzsébet Printz-Markó
Digitization in Healthcare
Nándor Birher – Péter Bertalan – Ákos Jezsó
Central Europe is not Just a ’Meteorological Concept’, but a ’Spiritual Kingdom’
Law, History, Foreign Policy and Education
Gábor Hamza
The Outstanding Codifiers of Hungarian Private Law
Antal Visegrády
The Alternative Dispute Resolution in Major Regulatory and Indicative Legal Cultures
Katalin Bella
Organization of the State and Party Supervision of Book Publishing in Hungary 1948-1956
János Károly Printz
Hungary’s Olympic Successes
Péter Sasvári – Brigitta Ludányi
Changes and Impact of Minimum Publication Requirements for University Full Professor Applications in Social Sciences in Hungary
György Suha – Péter Szatmári
Adaptive Dynamics of Foreign Trade and Foreign Policy Strategy in Sub-Saharan Africa
Anett Tőzsér
The Role of Hungaricums in the Development of Settlements
Adél Vehrer
Associations and Communities in Hungary in the Second Half of the 19th Century
Zsuzsa Buzás – Tamás Csontos – Ágnes Maródi
Testing Teacher Candidates’ Knowledge Elements of Research Methodology in an Online Test Environment
Borbála Szedmák – Roland Z. Szabó
Reinventing Symphony Orchestras and Music Education Through Leading Hungarian and International Examples
Leila Melinda Hezam
Widening the Use of Mediation in the Domestic Criminal Justice System