The Department of International Economics focuses on education and research in the field of the world economy, international trade, and capital flows. Based on corporate satisfaction after graduation, our students can gain a wide range of theoretical and practical knowledge about the global and European economic networks, multinational companies, and international institutions during their studies. The students are supposed to prepare projects, attend professional events, and participate in research seminars during the program. The Department supervises the program of the bachelor's degree program in International Business Economics in Hungarian, English, and French, and the program of the master's degree program in International Economy and Business in Hungarian and English. The lecturers of the Department are involved in research, advising and consulting activities, and actively participating in the work of the Centre of Excellence on Cyber-eEconomy. The main research areas of the Department are the characteristics of global value chains, their transformation; the economic/social effects of the Fourth Industrial Revolution; foreign direct investment in Hungary; investment promotion in Hungary; cross-border investments of Hungarian companies; and modern economic theories.
Antalóczy, Katalin ; Gáspár, Tamás ; Sass, Magdolna: The Specialties of the Pharmaceutical Value Chains in Hungary. ACTA OECONOMICA 69: S2 pp. 41-72., 32 p. (2019)
Antalóczy, K ; Sass, M: The internationalisation of Richter Gedeon, the Hungarian pharmaceutical company, and entrepreneurship in Hungary. In: Tõnis, Mets; Arnis, Sauka; Danica, Purg (szerk.) Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe : Development through Internationalization London, Egyesült Királyság / Anglia : Routledge, (2018) pp. 159-176. Paper: Chapter 10, 18 p.
Galbács, Péter: Liberation of economics. The contrast between neoclassical orthodoxy and institutional economics is some methodological issue. ECONOMIC REVIEW 65: 1 pp. 44-65., 22 p. (2018)
Galbács, Péter: Realism in Economics: The New Classical Case. ACTA OECONOMICA 67 : 2 pp. 257-279., 23 p. (2017)
Gáspár, Tamás: New perspectives on the balance of sectoral relations for researchers in the international economy. STATISTICAL REVIEW 98: 5 pp. 373-399., 27 p. (2020)
Key professional partners:
- Centre for Economic and Regional Studies Institute of World Economics