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Development of Hungary’s Manufacturing Industry in the Conditions of European Integration

Наименование публикации:Development of Hungary’s Manufacturing Industry in the Conditions of European IntegrationАвторы:Верников В. А. 
Mihail Nikolaevich Dudin, Еvgenia Еvgenevna Frolova , Natalia Andreevna Voykova , Marina Vladimirovna Galkina
Тематическая область:Экономика и экономические науки
Вид публикации:Статья в журнале
Электронная публикация:ДаЯзык издания:АнглийскийГод издания:2016Страна издания: Турция Наименование журнала или сборника:International Journal of Economics and Financial IssuesНомер журнала (с указанием года):VOL 6, NO 5S (2016)Наименование издательства:International Journal of Economics and Financial IssuesКод ISSN или ISBN: 2146-4138Количество страниц:5Количество печатных листов:0,6Индексация:ScopusБиблиографическая ссылка:Adama nova, Z.O. (2011), Peculiarities of innovative development of countries with transition economies. Scientifi c Notes of the Crimean Engineering and Pedagogical University, 28, 63-67. Aghion, P., Blanchard, U., Carlin, W. (1994), The Economics of Enterprise Restructuring in Central and Eastern Europe. CEPR London. Discussion Paper, 1058. p12-15. Brunet, R. (2002), Lignes de force de l’espace Europeen. Mappe Monde, 66(2), 14-19. Büscher, E. (2012), Market Potential for the Industry and Projects in Hungary. Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie. Available from: https://www.export-erneuerbare.de/EEE/Redaktion/DE/ Downloads/Publikationen/Praesentationen/2012_06_26_erfolg_ir_ ungarn_vortrag_buescher.html. [Last retrieved on 2016 Jun]. Chesbrough, H. (2003), Open Innovation: The New Imperative for Creating and Profi ting from Technology. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. p227. Drynochkin, A.V. (2014), Economy of Hungary. Moscow: MGIMOUniversity. p106. Havas, A., Nyíri, L. (2007), A magyar nemzeti innovációs rendszer (The Hungarian innovation system). Budapest: NKTH. p136. Hungarian Central Statistical Bureau. (2016). Available from: http//:www. ksh.hu/?lang=hu. [Last retrieved on 2016 Jun]. Hungary: Business Review. (2010), Budapest: Hungarian Investment and Trade Development Agency. p16. Husti, I. (2009), General problems related to innovation and its potential in the Hungarian agro-food sector. Studies in Agricultural Economics, 109, 5-24. Innovation Clusters in Europe: A Statistical Analysis and Overview of Current Policy Support. (2007), DG Enterprise and Industry Report. European Commission. p63. Kokas-Palicska, L. (2011), Challenges of the Hungarian textile and clothing industry. Óbuda University e-Bulletin, 2(1), 147-160. Martynov, V.L. (2002), Spatial self-organization of society: Relationships and interactions. St. Petersburg: Herzen State Pedagogical University. p54. National Intelligence Council. (2012), Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds. Washington: National Inelligence Council. Panova, M.V. (2015), Transformation of Hungary’s manufacturing industry in the conditions of European integration. Science AQ1 Dudin, et al.: Development of Hungary’s Manufacturing Industry in the Conditions of European Integration International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues | Vol 6 • Special Issue (S5) • 2016 5 Studies, 7(5), 74. Available from: http://www.naukovedenie.ru/ PDF/112EVN515.pdf. [Last retrieved on 2016 Jun]. Report on Transformation. Hard Landing: Central and Eastern Europe Facing the Global Crisis. (2009), In: The Proceedings of the 19th Economic Forum Krynica Zdroj, Poland, 9-12 September 2009. Price Water House Coopers Publication. p104. Sidorenko, V.N. (2014), Chorologic specifi cation of portfolio investments in the Eastern European countries on the example of Hungary. Economy and Society: Modern Models of Development, 8-1, 161-167. Szilágyi, K. (2013), The Hungarian Monetary Policy Model. Budapest: Hungarian National Bank.Аннотация (реферат):

​​​​​​​​The main historical trends that have formed the background for the transformation of Hungary’s manufacturing industry were considered in this article, and the peculiarities of the development of the industrial sector in the conditions of European integration were studied. The positive and negative aspects of the transformation of Hungary’s manufacturing industry in the conditions of European integration were highlighted in the article. Besides, the basic directions of the further economic and industrial development of the country were formulated.​


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