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Euro zone crisis, member states’ interests, economic dilemmas - Proceedings of the 9th Hungarian-Romanian bilateral workshop

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  • Tamas Novak
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    (Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

Abstract

The cooperation between the Institute for World Economy, Romanian Academy and the Institute of World Economics of the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (IWE CERS-HAS) dates back to several years. The cooperation between these institutes has broadened during the past years by an extensive exchange of researchers, joint research projects and the regular organisation of bilateral workshops on economic issues attracting wide pub-lic interest. It is our aim to share and disseminate the information and the experi-ences of academic and policy-oriented research to the wider public. The key field of cooperation is Romania’s and Hungary’s EU integration proc-ess. The emphasis has been laid on the main factors of long term economic and so-cial development. Recently the main areas of the common research have been the short and long term effects of the current economic crisis on the European integra-tion, focusing especially on the potential structural reforms. Additionally development in the Central and Eastern European region has been investigated with special attention to the fragility of the economic structure. The similar development route of both countries, based on external resources and export-oriented growth strategy facilitate joint research projects, pointing out similarities and differences of development trajectories. The 9th Hungarian – Romanian bilateral workshop “Eurozone crisis, member states interests, economic dilemmas” took place on 30 November 2012. The workshop was organised by IWE CERS-HAS in Budapest after a very successful meeting in Bucharest the previous year. This volume contains the revised version of contributions that were originally presented at the workshop. This edition includes studies dealing with the most important and current issues of the European integration, among others the current financial and economic crisis within the European Union, the reform of the economic governance or the interests of different players in the next multiannual financial framework debate. Some es-says concentrate on more specific issues of agriculture or energy policy. Hungarian – Romanian bilateral workshop “Eurozone crisis, member states interests, economic dilemmas” took place on 30 November 2012. The work-shop was organised by IWE CERS-HAS in Budapest after a very successful meet-ing in Bucharest the previous year. This volume contains the revised version of contributions that were originally presented at the workshop. This edition includes studies dealing with the most important and current issues of the European integration, among others the current financial and economic crisis within the European Union, the reform of the economic governance or the interests of different players in the next multiannual financial framework debate. Some essays concentrate on more specific issues of agriculture or energy policy.

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  • Tamas Novak (ed.), 2013. "Euro zone crisis, member states’ interests, economic dilemmas - Proceedings of the 9th Hungarian-Romanian bilateral workshop," Economic books, Institute for World Economics - Centre for Economic and Regional Studies- Hungarian Academy of Sciences, number 201307, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:iwe:ecbook:201307
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