Discussion papers

No. 58, Gábor Oblath, András Sebestyén (1999): Interpreting and measuring seigniorage: Hungary’s case

No. 57, László Csaba (1998): Transformation as a subject of economic theory

No. 56, Ágnes Hárs (1998): Labour migration and the Eastern enlargement of the European Union – lessons from the Hungarian experiences

No. 55, Julius Horváth (1998): Currency crisis in the Czech Republic in May 1997

No. 54, László Csaba, András Köves, Gábor Oblath, Iván Schweitzer, László Szamuely (1998): Summary report of a Kopint-Datorg project: maturity and tasks of Hungarian industry in the context of accession to the EU

No. 51-53, László Csaba, András Köves, Gábor Oblath, Iván Schweitzer, László Szamuely (1998): Short-term prospects for the international economy

No. 50, Katharina Müller (1998): The “new pension orthodoxy” and beyond: transforming old age security in Central Europe

No. 49, Gábor Oblath (1997): Capital inflows to Hungary in 1995-1996, composition, effects and policy responses

No. 48, László Csaba (1997): Central Europe on the way to EU accession: a state of art report

No. 47, András Köves (1997): Towards sustainable growth?

No. 46, Péter Vince (1997): Privatisation and regulation: restructuring and conflicts in the Hungarian electricity supply industry

No. 45, László Csaba (1997): An Eastern enlargement of the EU: burden or blessing?

No. 44, László Szamuely (1997): The social costs of transformation in Central and Eastern Europe

No. 43, László Csaba (1996): Enlargement of the EU: dynamics and problems

No. 42, Zsuzsa Borszéki (1996): From quotas to hard currency: company views on the post-Soviet barter period at the beginning of the 1990s