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Current challenges and possibilities to control state’s role in Hungary

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  • Milicz, Ákos

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The present study deals with the role of the state in the economy and the possibilities to control this role. Measurability of efficiency and the Hungarian characteristics of the role of the state are in the focus of this study, but these issues are organically linked to the notion of transparent economic management. The present study presents the place and the forms of state role from a hypothetical perspective, and then unfolds their practical application through Hungarian examples.

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  • Milicz, Ákos, 2012. "Current challenges and possibilities to control state’s role in Hungary," MPRA Paper 40355, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:40355
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    Keywords

    state tasks; state role; control of community expenditure; efficiency of public administration; internal audit of the budget;

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    • H40 - Public Economics - - Publicly Provided Goods - - - General

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