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Volume 56, issue 4, 2011

Internal Audits at Local Governments – Audit Experiences of the State Audit Office of Hungary pp. 411-428 Downloads
Tamás Sepsey
Pensions containing allowance paid by children – why and how? pp. 429-445 Downloads
Szilvia Szegő
On the long-term trends of public debt – Implications of the government’s Ponzi game and ageing pp. 446-473 Downloads
Zsuzsa Mosolygó
Public Debt and State Property pp. 474-482 Downloads
András Giday
Liability for the financial management of public assets, – or accidental meeting of branches of law on the dissection table pp. 483-492 Downloads
Mátyás Kapa
Old Questions – New Answers?: A Few Notes on the New State Property Act pp. 493-504 Downloads
Éva Voszka
Cash Flow at Risk, Financial Flexibility and Financing Constraint pp. 505-517 Downloads
Mónika Kuti
The Better Life Index of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development pp. 518-538 Downloads
Ádám Kerényi
The Unique Features of the Financing of Professional Football pp. 539-552 Downloads
Zoltan Nagy
Financing of the general government pp. 553-562 Downloads
József Móczár
Transparency and accountability in party financing Conference summary pp. 563-568 Downloads
F. Balázs Kelemen and László Tököli

Volume 56, issue 3, 2011

Credibility and Flexibility – Changes in the Framework of Hungarian Public Finances pp. 291-302 Downloads
László Domokos
The Factors Determining the Macroeconomic Environment of the 2012 Budget – Academic Conference of the Research Institute of the State Audit Office of Hungary pp. 303-306 Downloads
Pál Péter Kolozsi
The Macroeconomic and Institutional Context of the 2012 Budget pp. 307-319 Downloads
András Simor
Can the Growth Rate of Regional Disparities Be Halted? – Contributions to the Rethinking of Hungary’s Regional Policy pp. 320-330 Downloads
György Kocziszky
Preparations of the State Audit Office of Hungary for the Analysis of the Macroeconomic Risks to the State Budget pp. 331-344 Downloads
Gyula Pulay
Development of Internal Demand and Bank Lending pp. 345-359 Downloads
Erzsébet Gém
After the Crisis? pp. 360-378 Downloads
András Inotai
Income Distribution, Social Cohesion and Value Structure pp. 379-385 Downloads
István Tóth
Decline of the Virtual Financial World? pp. 386-391 Downloads
Csaba Lentner
A Painfully Topical Issue pp. 392-397 Downloads
Pál Péter Kolozsi
Thrown-up Stone? Facts and Trends in the XXIst Century pp. 398-405 Downloads
Olivér Kovács

Volume 56, issue 2, 2011

A possible solution to the reform of the mandatory pension system: point system and demography pp. 159-168 Downloads
József Botos and Katalin Botos
The present value of the future, or individual decisions behind superannuation investments pp. 169-178 Downloads
Attila Farmasi and Tibor Tatay
The pension systems of Arab countries in the light of socio-economic risks pp. 179-182 Downloads
József Kárpáti
Regulation following (between) financial crisis (crises): compulsion and opportunity pp. 193-213 Downloads
Tamás Bánfi, Gábor Kürthy and Attila Bánfi
Financial liberalisation – The dilemmas of national adaptation pp. 214-240 Downloads
István Magas
China’s Sovereign Wealth Funds: A path to sustained development? pp. 241-256 Downloads
Ákos Dani and Ágnes Tőrös
The supplementary health insurance and the voluntary health saving funds pp. 257-270 Downloads
Andrea Vallyon
How did we get here, and where does this road lead? – Review of three books on economic policy pp. 271-280 Downloads
Péter Ákos Bod

Volume 56, issue 1, 2011

Proposals for the Reform of Constitutional Regulations on Public Finances pp. 5-16 Downloads
András Tibor Hetei
Home Tax Allowance for Younger People pp. 17-26 Downloads
András Giday
Corruption as a Deviant Social Attitude pp. 27-43 Downloads
István Takács, Pál Csapodi and Katalin György-Takács
Corruption Risks in Public Administration – Methodology and Empirical Experiences pp. 44-57 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger
The Function of Local Currencies in Local Economic Development – The Bavarian ‘Chiemgauer Regiogeld’ and the ‘Kékfrank’ in Sopron pp. 67-78 Downloads
István Balázs Tóth
Macro-Regional Strategies – Experiment for the Renewal of Economic Policy of the European Union pp. 79-93 Downloads
Gábor Braun and Zoltán László Kovács
Crisis Developments in the Euro Area pp. 94-107 Downloads
Margit Rácz
Cohesion and/or Growth? – Regional Dimensions of Convergence and Growth in Hungary pp. 108-124 Downloads
Andrea Elekes
Is It Necessary to Regulate Local Governments’ Borrowing? – The Lessons of the Hungarian Case pp. 125-146 Downloads
Erzsébet Gál
Before and After the Crisis pp. 147-153 Downloads
Ádám Vertetics and Dávid Szebeni
Corruption and Publicity – The media’s impact on corruption and its social judgement Downloads
Erzsébet Németh, Gábor Körmendi and Beatrix Kiss

Volume 55, issue 4, 2010

Lack of transparency hindering foresight in the planning and execution of the budget pp. 739-745 Downloads
László Domokos
Fiscal policy in the service of sustainable growth pp. 746-752 Downloads
Ádám Török
The Great Depression – Retro Part 1 pp. 776-791 Downloads
László Ohnsorge-Szabó
The global financial crisis and the European Union pp. 792-808 Downloads
Miklós Losoncz
Mortgage Markets in the United States of America and Europe pp. 809-818 Downloads
Katalin Botos and Péter Halmosi
Crisis and consolidation – Is there a way back to fiscal rules? pp. 819-836 Downloads
István Benczes and Gábor Kutasi
Copula methods in finance pp. 837-840 Downloads
József Móczár
Financial Intermediary Institutions – Banks and institutional investors pp. 841-843 Downloads
Gabriella Lamanda

Volume 55, issue 3, 2010

Challenges for State Audit Office control and the advisory role of the State Audit Office pp. 415-418 Downloads
Pál Csapodi
The necessity of reforming the role the state plays in economy – Essential experience gained from ÁSZKUT researc pp. 419-434 Downloads
Gyula Pulay
The concept of the modernization of national economic planning pp. 435-456 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger
Perspective, vision and planning pp. 457-460 Downloads
Pál Becker
Reasons and theoretical basics of modernizing Hungary's planning system pp. 461-465 Downloads
László Faragó
National economic planning and its economic political environment pp. 466-474 Downloads
Tamás Halm
Planning in Hungary and the EU requirements pp. 475-479 Downloads
Éva Palócz
Is the conflict container full? – Some financial aspects for the assessment of the situation and the transformation of the system pp. 480-504 Downloads
András Vigvári
Creating a balance between resources and tasks pp. 505-510 Downloads
János Atkári
Challenges of the local government regulation pp. 511-517 Downloads
Géza Dankó and Zoltán Lóránt
Consideretions for the debate on the financial situation of local governments pp. 518-523 Downloads
Ilona Kovács Pálné
Is the conflict container full, or which way is the container trailer going? – Issues of the transformation of the system of local governments pp. 524-529 Downloads
Gábor Péteri
Possible ways to improve competitiveness – as seen by the State Audit Office of Hungary pp. 533-551 Downloads
Árpád Kovács
The competitiveness of the public sector – lessons from a research pp. 552-556 Downloads
Attila Chikán and Erzsébet Czakó
Multilateral analyses and derived lessons as reflected in the studies of the volume pp. 557-561 Downloads
Árpád Kovács
Six questions and six answers regarding the relationship between the public sector and competitiveness pp. 562-567 Downloads
Ádám Török
Where is auditing performed by supreme audit institutions headed for?: International scene – a “snapshot” pp. 568-580 Downloads
Pál Csapodi and János Lévai
A few historic and international aspects of the Hungarian economic crisis and crisis management pp. 581-605 Downloads
Csaba Lentner
How to introduce result oriented budgeting in Hungary – a proposal pp. 606-641 Downloads
Kinga Marczell and Balázs Romhányi
Right and wrong paths – facts and data about local government management pp. 643-662 Downloads
Zoltán Lóránt
The situation of real estate funds in Hungary pp. 663-678 Downloads
József Szűcs
Changing reasons of foreign investment to Central and Eastern Europe pp. 679-696 Downloads
Klára Katona
The reality of a cash flow based corporate tax system pp. 697-714 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Galántainé Máté
The comprehensive manual of public finances pp. 715-722 Downloads
József Sivák
Financial markets in the global space – The financial space disrupted by the crisis pp. 723-733 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger

Volume 55, issue 2, 2010

The main characteristics of the operation of the Hungarian state and the directions of necessary changes pp. 223-250 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger, Gyula Pulay and András Vigvári
Economic recovery – a few topical theoretical problems pp. 251-277 Downloads
Tibor Erdõs
Is the aid scheme for disabled workers efficient? pp. 278-297 Downloads
Gyula Pulay
Corruption in public procurement and in general in Hungary pp. 298-320 Downloads
Gábor Papanek
Sustainable development, sustainable budget as viewed by international economic and financial organizations pp. 321-334 Downloads
Ágnes Hegedüs
The fiscalization of environmental protection pp. 335-344 Downloads
Gábor Braun and Zoltán László Kovács
The Hungarian Competition Authority's first five years in the European Union pp. 345-356 Downloads
Zoltán Nagy
Flat rate personal income tax pp. 357-374 Downloads
Gyula Vörös, Jekatyerina Kodenko and Katalin Komáromi
A new approach in the assessment of the internal control systems applied in the public sector pp. 375-390 Downloads
János Ivanyos and József Roóz
Cooperation in the establishment of good governance pp. 391-393 Downloads
Ranjit Rae and Árpád Kovács
The Changing China pp. 394-399 Downloads
Tamás Halm
Population ageing and globalisation – International financial imbalance pp. 400-402 Downloads
Csaba Burger
The economics of the welfare state pp. 403-406 Downloads
Eszter Siposné Nándori

Volume 55, issue 1, 2010

Keynesian renaissance? pp. 5-23 Downloads
László Csaba
Catching up in the wake of the crisis? – The quality of fiscal policy and economic growth pp. 24-50 Downloads
Dóra Győrffy
Boosting demand by the state and automatic stabilizers pp. 51-69 Downloads
Csaba G. Tóth
How banks responded to the global financial crisis – international experience pp. 70-84 Downloads
Miklós Losoncz and Gyula Nagy
U.S. interest rate policy in the 2007–2009 crisis pp. 85-103 Downloads
Gábor Kutasi
The hen lays no golden eggs – thoughts about the pension funds pp. 104-115 Downloads
János Kun
The operational efficiency of tax burden sharing systems and experiences with the completeness check on VAT pp. 116-129 Downloads
Zoltán Pitti
Reflections on the interpretation of uncertainty and risk based on the example of PPP scheme pp. 130-149 Downloads
Katalin Fülöp Braun
Third OECD World Forum on knowledge and policy pp. 154-161 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger
A moving target – the first pillar of the capital requirements directive pp. 162-176 Downloads
Gabriella Lamanda and Alíz Zsolnai
Risk taking of a credit institution and the limits of the basel framework pp. 177-189 Downloads
Aranka Baranyi and Zsuzsanna Széles
Public accountancy regulations and SAO audits – Why cannot the utilisation of public funds be efficiently audited? pp. 190-199 Downloads
József Simon
The present is the future's past pp. 200-211 Downloads
Péter Halmai
Crisis in economics? Studies in European political economy pp. 212-217 Downloads
Péter Ákos Bod
Who and why is in crisis? pp. 218-223 Downloads
György Szakolczai
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