Hungarian all news television Hir TV interviewed Laszlo Csaba, professor in the Department of International Relations and European Studies at CEU, and Tamas Pesuth, head of economic research at Nezopont Intezet, in their “Gazdasag 2014 es 2015” program about the achievements and failures of Hungarian economy.
http://nol.hu/kultura/a-kizokkent-ido-vege-1499973 - Hungarian news portal nol.hu reports: China has grown into the biggest economy of the world, which raises the question yet again to what extent we can talk about the reshuffling of the world and the decline of the Western world - hailed enthusiastically by many and received with doubt and suspicion by others.
Hungarian economic radio Gazdasagi Radio interviewed Laszlo Csaba, professor in the Department of International Relations and European Studies at CEU about his views regarding the planned tax regulations of the Hungarian government for next year, and the macroeconomic framework of the budget.
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Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet reports: We need to shift towards a slow and prudent construction of social market economy instead of adopting American economic doctrines without criticism – reveals Laszlo Csaba’s latest book “European Economics,” which was presented yesterday. Csaba, professor at CorvinusUniversity and CentralEuropeanUniversity emphasized: sustainable economic development never have been achieved without the cooperation of the society so far.
Hungarian Lanchid Radio interviewed Laszlo Csaba, professor in the Department of International Relations and European Studies at CEU, about Hungary’s state budget for 2015.
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Hungarian commercial television ATV’s morning show hosted Laszlo Csaba, professor in the Department of International Relations and European Studies at CEU, to discuss whether this tax type would really hurt the Hungarian economy that much.
http://www.mon.hu/budapesten-tartja-ketevenkenti-konferenciajat-az-osszehasonlito-kozgazdasagtudomanyok-europai-tarsasaga/2630820 - Hungarian news portal mon.hu reports: The European Association of Comparative Economic Studies (EACES) is holding its biennial conference in Budapest. One of the keynote speakers of the three-day event will be Janos Kornai, Professor of Corvinus University of Budapest and Harvard, USA.
http://eduline.hu/felsooktatas/2014/7/17/nemzetkozi_felsooktatasi_egyetemi_rangsorok_X8HO9A -Hungarian educational news portal edulone.hu reports: Four Hungarian universities made it onto the Academic Year 2013-14 ranking of Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a British firm specializing in education and preparing top-quality university rankings: the University of Szeged (501-550), ELTE (551-600), the University of Debrecen (601-650) and Corvinus University (651-700).
http://mno.hu/lanchidradio/az-irany-jo-de-a-modszereken-valtoztatni-kell-kulissza-csutortok-1230-1230496 - Hungarian news portal mno.hu reports: Laszlo Csaba, professor in theDepartment of International Relations and European Studies was a guest of Lanchid Radio’s ”Kulissza” program, where he stated that the direction of the government’s economic policy is good, but the methods should be changed.
Hungarian National Radio’s morning news program on Kossuth Radio, 180 perc, features an interview with Tej Pratap Singh, a visiting fellow at CEU’s Department of International Relations and European Studies, about the recent elections in India. (Length: 6 minutes)
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Nepszabadsag, May 17 (Modi elsoporte a Gandhikat)