Vol. 16, Special Issue, 2020

Csaba Lentner
People Who Will Leave Their Mark on the 21st Century
Overture to a New World, or the Coronavirus Crisis and Economy Protection in Hungary
György Matolcsy
Quo vadis Hungaria? – Facing a New World
László Domokos
Assisting the Sustainability of a Well-managed State in Times of Pandemic Crisis
Gyula Pulay, József Simon
The Resilient Adaptation of Budgets to Small and Shock-like Changes
István Posgay, Gábor Regős, Diána Horváth, Dániel Molnár
On the Economic Impacts of the Coronavirus
Tamás Várhelyi, László Árva
Toward Complex and Sustainable Tourism in Hungary
Attila Szinay, Attila Zöldréti, Szabolcs Zöldréti
The Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Paradigm Change in Agriculture
Csaba Lentner
Variations on Crisis Management – Through Examples from Hungary after the Change of Regime
Éva Bruckner
Countrywide Epidemics as “Visits of the Horseman of Death” in Hungary
Csaba András Dézsi, Dávid Fekete, Veronika Szentes, Tímea Laczkovits-Takács
Impact of the Coronavirus Epidemic on Local Social and Healthcare Services through the Example of a Hungarian City
Excerpts from Hungarian History and Scientific Life
György Jenei
State Sovereignty and National Identity in Hungary
Barnabás Virág
Economics 10x10 – Lessons from the Last Ten Decades of Hungarian Economic History
Csaba Varga
Civil Society Associations vs. So-called Non-governmental Organisations
Vince Szalay-Bobrovniczky, Péter Kecskés
The CSO Sector in Hungary and Certain European Particularities
David A. J. Reynolds
The Price of Illusion and the Power of Meaning: Helsinki, Hungary, and the Holy Crown
Endre Spaller, László Vasa
Regional Dimension in Knowledge Production in Hungary
Péter Sasvári, Bálint Teleki, Anna Urbanovics
How to Go on University Professors? Or the Minimum Publication Requirement in Social Sciences
József Golovics, Pál Veres
Intensification of Competition in European and Global Higher Education: The Role of Globalisation and Transaction Costs
Attila Lajos Makai, Szabolcs Rámháp
The Changing Role of Entrepreneurial Universities in the Altering Innovation Policy: Opportunities Arising from the Paradigm Change in Light of the Experience of Széchenyi István University
András Giday
Double Deficit in Hungary in the 1970’s and 1980’s
Gábor Kecső
Reforms of Local Finance and Taxation in Hungary. Milestones and Junctions Since 1990
Academic Workshop
Áron Gyimesi, Áron Szennay, Melinda Krankovits, Júlia Nagy- Keglovich, János Rechnitzer
Flood of Resources and a Conceptual Change – A Decade of Changes in Territorial Development with an Outlook to the V4 Countries
Gyöngyvér Hervainé Szabó
Stakeholder Capitalism and the EFQM Model 2020 for Corporate Management
Mónika Pónusz, Patricia Kolonics
Opportunities of a Shared Economy in Hungary Based on Primary Research
László Balázs
Organisational Culture in Educational Institutions in Central, Northern, and North-Eastern Hungary
Róbert Magda, Norbert Bozsik
Competitiveness of the European Union in Light of Foreign Trade
Judit Sági
Certain Issues of Green Bonds and Their Perception by Financial Markets, with Focus on Hungary
Karácsony Péter
Effects of the Coronavirus Crisis on Hungarian Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Penned by Young Researchers
Tímea Kozma, Imre Túróczi, Szilveszter Zsolnai, Róbert Tóth
Announcement about Challenges of Fruit Wine Industry in Hungary
Márton Gellén, Anita Mária Rácz
Motivation and Professionalisation in Hungarian Civil Service – an Empirical Analysis on Hungarian Regional Civil Service