Thursday November 10


Thursday November 10




Conference opening

Miklós Szanyi (MTA KRTK), Péter Balázs (CENS CEU)

Room: Popper


Parallel sessions

Emerging economies

Room: Popper

Chair: Ágnes Szunomár

Theoretical contributions

Room:  Gellner

Chair: Beáta Farkas

Labour market

Room: Senate

Chair: Jan Drahokoupil

Tamás Szigetvári and Erzsébet N. Rózsa.
Liberalisation and economic patriotism in Iran

Svetlana Glinkina.
The Russian case – peculiarities of the Russian contemporary economic order

Judit Kalman.
How well they cope? Effects of Education and Labor Market Status on Subjective Well-Being of the Youth Across Welfare Regimes in Europe

Osman Sabri Kiratli.
Public Preferences on Trade Liberalization and International Free Trade Agreements

Anna Suprunenko.
State and capital make a good couple

Filip Chybalski.
Pension systems and labour markets: a cross-section study for European countries

Ricz Judit.
New development-oriented experiments in Brazil and Egypt: a comparative study

Miklós Szanyi.
The impact of the crisis on FDI-led development model in Hungary


Buffet lunch (in front of Gellner room)


Keynote speech: Leszek Balcerowicz
Institutional Systems, Policies, Inequalities (Room: Popper)


Parallel sessions

Patriotism - liberalism

Room: Popper

Chair: László Muraközy


Room:  Gellner

Chair: Miklós Szanyi

Restructuring of the economy

Room: Senate

Chair: András Deák

Peto Andrea and Weronika Grzebalska.
Peto Andrea and Weronika Grzebalska. Potentials for Resistance to Illiberal States: the case of Hungary and Poland

Zoltan Gal and Bálint Juhász.
Internationalization of East and Central European Companies –weak economic policies

Pinar Donmez and Eva Zemandl.
Post-2008 transformations and restructuring in Hungary and Turkey: Challenging mainstream explanations

Zoltan Zakota.
Economic Liberalism, Nationalism, and Corruption in Post-Communist Romania

Andrea Éltető, Marta Goetz, Magdolna Sass.
OFDI policies of Poland and Hungary after the crisis – new winds blowing?

Tamás Gerőcs.
Prospects for catching up after industrial upgrading. The analysis of the global automotive industry in Central and Eastern Europe

Miklós Somai.
Economic Patriotism and Liberalism in Present Day France - Changing Role of the State in French Economy


Coffee break (in front of Gellner room)


Round table discussion
Room: Popper


Conference dinner


Friday November 11


Friday November 11


Parallel sessions

VoC in CEECs

Room: Popper

Chair: Svetlana Glinkina

Corruption and rent-seeking

Room:  Gellner

Chair: Pasquale Tridico

FDI policies

Room: N11 smart room

Chair: Miklós Szanyi

Beata Farkas.
The role of state in the development of competitive Central and Eastern European economies

Zsuzsanna Biedermann and Ágnes Orosz.
Rent seeking mechanisms in Burundi

Marta Götz.
FDI policies in Europe in the aftermath of the 2008+ crisis

Bozena Horbaczewska, Adam Karbowski, Piotr Maszczyk and Mariusz Prochniak.
Emerging Varieties of Post-communist Capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe: Where Do We Stand?

Peter Mihalyi.
The place of rent-seeking and corruption in Varieties of Capitalism Models

Marko Malovic, Mustafa Özer, Vesna Petrovic and Aleksandar Zdravkovic.
Misunderstanding of FDI in W. Balkans: Cart before the Horse and Wheels without Suspension

Jan Drahokoupil.
Dependent market economies in Eastern Europe: stuck in the low-wage model?

Ádám Kerényi.
How the corrupt authoritarian political machines gain greater impact on private property? – Some examples from the post-socialist countries

Magdolna Sass and Katalin Antalóczy.
Internationalisation of a minority-state- owned company: the case of the Hungarian Richter Gedeon


Coffee break


Keynote speech: Ben Clift
Economic patriotism, the politics of market making, and the role of the state in 21st Century
Capitalism Room: Popper


Buffet lunch (in front of Gellner room)


Parallel sessions

Welfare state policies

Room: Popper

Chair: Ben Clift


Room:  Gellner

Chair: Éva Voszka

European Union

Room:  N11 smart room

Chair: Andrea Éltető

Pasquale Tridico.
The determinants of income inequality in rich countries and among different welfare models

Mariusz-Jan Radlo and Katarzyna Sum.
Why do Some Visegrad Countries Seek for Banks Re-Domestication?

Marton Varju and Mónika Papp.
Member State economic particularism and EU law: is the regulatory approach truly satisfactory?

Edyta Marcinkiewicz.
Social and economic factors in the development of voluntary pension schemes in the CEE countries

Ion Pohoata, Oana-Ramona Socoliuc and Delia-Elena Diaconasu.
The distortion of some fundamental free market institutions due to doctrinaire inadequacies – A case study on the privatization process in Romania during the transition period

Anita Pelle.
Regulation of the digital economy in the European Union: Whose finger is on the button?

Agnes Orosz.
East Central European welfare state regime

Filip Fidanoski, Bas Van Aarle, Taki Fiti and Vladimir Naumovski.
Institutional reforms and privatisation in the Western Balkan countries

Norbert Szijárto.
The political economy of staying outside the Eurozone - the case for Hungary


Closing remarks and farewell
Room: Popper

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