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Featured International Publications

2017

Varga, A.: Place-based, Spatially Blind, or Both? Challenges in Estimating the Impacts of Modern Development Policies: The Case of the GMR Policy Impact Modeling Approach. International Regional Science Review, 40(1) p. 12-37, 2017

2016

Kiss, V.M., Hetesi, Zs., Kiss, T.: Issues and solutions relating to Hungary's electricity system. Energy, 116 p. 329-340, 2016

Berényi, L., Deutsch, N., Pintér, É.: Business Students’ Preferences about Social Responsibility in Hungary. WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics, 13(1) p. 662-274, 2016 

Kemény, I., Simon, J., Nagy, Á., Szűcs, K.: Measuring quality perception in electronic commerce: a possible segmentation in the Hungarian market. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 116(9) p. 1946-1966, 2016

Pintér, M.: A cardinal convex game with empty core. Mathematical Social Sciences, 83 p. 9-10, 2016

Vörös,  J., Rappai, G.: Process quality adjusted lot sizing and marketing interface in JIT environment. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 40(13-14) p. 6708-6724, 2016

Varga, A., Sebestyén, T.: Does EU Framework Program Participation Affect Regional Innovation? The Differentiating Role of Economic Development.. International Regional Science Review, doi: 10.1177/0160017616642821, 2016

Lafuente, E.L., Szerb, L., Acs, Z.J.: Country level efficiency and National Systems of Entrepreneurship: A Data Envelopment Analysis approach. Journal of Technology Transfer, 41(6) p. 1260-1283, 2016

Varga, A., Baypinar, M.B.: Economic impact assessment of alternative European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) options with the application of the GMR-Turkey model Neighborhood Policy (ENP) options with the application of the GMR-Turkey model. Annals of Regional Science, 56(1) p. 153-176, 2016

Sebestyén, T.: Moving beyond the iceberg model: The role of trade relations in endogenizing transportation costs in computable general equilibrium models. Economic Modelling, DOI: 10.1016/j.econmod.2016.11.025, 2016

2015

Hauck Zs., Vörös J.: Lot sizing in case of defective items with investments to increase the speed of quality control. Omega: International Journal of Management Science, 52 p. 180-189., 2014

Komlósi, É., Szerb, L., Acs, Z.J., Ortega-Argilés, R.: Quality related regional differences in entrepreneurship based on the GEDI methodology: the case of Hungary. Acta Oeconomica, 65(3) p. 455-477., 2015

Lengyel, B., Sebestyén, T.,  Leydesdorff, L.: Challenges for regional innovation policies in Central and Eastern Europe: Spatial concentration and foreign control of US patenting. Science & Public Policy, 42(1) p. 1-14, 2015

Kiss V.: Modelling the energy system of Pécs - The first step towards a sustainable city. Energy, 80 p. 373-387, 2015

Kovács, K.: The Effects and Consequences of Simultaneously Arising Different Network Externalities on the Demand for Status Goods. Metroeconomica: International Review of Economics, 66(3) p. 375-396, 2015

Torjai L., Kruzslicz F.: Mixed integer programming formulations for the Biomass Truck Scheduling problem. Central European Journal of Operations Research, 24(3) p. 731-745, 2015

Rappai, G.: Europe En Route to 2020: A New Way of Evaluating the Overall Fulfillment of the Europe 2020 Strategic Goals. Social Indicators Research, 129(1) p. 77-93, 2015

Acs, J.Z., Szerb, L., Autio, E.: The Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index 2014. Springer International Publishing, 142 p. ISBN: 978-3-319-14931-8, 2015

Pintér, M.: Young’s axiomatization of the Shapley value: a new proof. Annals of Operations Research, 235(1) p. 665-673, 2015

van den Brink, R., Pintér, M.: On axiomatizations of the Shapley value for assignment games. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 60 p. 110-114, 2015

Szerb, L., Acs, Z.J., Ortega-Argilés, R., Coduras, A., Aidis, R.: The Regional Application of the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI): The Case of Spain. Regional Studies 49(12) p. 1977-1994, 2015

McCann, P., Varga, A.: Editorial: The Reforms to the Regional and Urban Policy of the European Union: EU Cohesion Policy. Regional Studies 49(8) p. 1255-1275, 2015

2014

Horváth, Gy.: Spaces and Places in Central and Eastern Europe. Historical trends and perspectives. . Routledge/Regional Studies Association, 250 p. ISBN: 978-0-415-72774-7, 2014

Acs, J.Z., Szerb, L., Ortega-Argilés, R., Coduras, A., Aidis, R.: The Regional Application of the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI): The Case of Spain. Regional Studies, 49(12) p. 1977-1994, 2014

Acs, Z.J., Autio, E., Szerb, L.: National Systems of Entrepreneurship: Measurement issues and policy implications, . Research Policy, 43(3) p. 476-494, 2014

Varga, A., Pontikakis, D., Chorafakis, G.: Metropolitan Edison and cosmopolitan Pasteur? Agglomeration and interregional research network effects on European R&D productivity. Journal of Economic Geography, 14(2) p. 229-263, 2014

Takács, A.: The Relationship between Appraised Company Values and Future Stock Prices in the International Banking Sector. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 9(118) p. 113-123, 2014

2013

Horváth, Gy.: Relationships Between Economic Restructuring and Higher Education in the Drava-Tisa Transnational Development Arc. Romanian Review of Regional Studies, 9(2) p. 9-22, 2013

Sebestyén, T., Varga, A.: Research productivity and the quality of interregional knowledge networks. Annals of Regional Science, 51(1) p. 155–189, 2013

Bugár, Gy., Uzsoki, M.: Challenges and Achievements in Gauging Investment Risk. Journal of Transnational Management, 18(1), p. 39-51, 2013

Acs, Z.J., Szerb, L., Jackson, S.: Entrepreneurship in Africa Through the Eyes of GEDI. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 14(4) p. 219-234, 2013

Ferreira, J.J.M., Raposo, M., Rutten, R., Varga. A. (eds): Cooperation, Clusters, and Knowledge Transfer. Universities and Firms Towards Regional Competitiveness. Springer, New York, 263 p. ISBN: 978-3-642-33193-0, 2013

Vörös, J.: Multi-period models for analyzing the dynamics of process improvement activities. European Journal of Operational Research, 230(3) p. 615-623, 2013

Vörös, J.: Economic order and production quantity models without constraint on the percentage of defective items. Central European Journal of Operations Research, 21(4) p. 867-885, 2013

Deutsch N., Drávavölgyi T., Rideg A.: Note on the development of sustainable supply chain strategy. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35(1) p. 655-660, 2013

Somogyvári, M.: The Costs of Organisational Injustice in the Hungarian Health Care System. Journal of Business Ethics, 118(3) p. 543-560, 2013

Azagra-Caro, J.M., Pontikakis, D., Varga, A.: Delocalization Patterns in University-Industry Interaction: Evidence from the Sixth R&D Framework Programme. European Planning Studies, 21(10) p. 1676-1701, 2013

Beke, J.: International Accounting Harmonization: Adopting Universal Information Methods for a Global Financial System. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 257 p., 2013

Rekettye, G., Rekettye, G.Jr.: Global trends and their influence on future business performance. International Journal of Business Process Management, 14(1) p. 95-110, 2013

Szerb, L., Aidis, R., Ács, Z.J.: The Comparison of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor and the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index Methodologies. Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship, 9(1) p. 1-142, 2013

Capello, R., Varga, A.: Knowledge creation and knowledge diffusion in space and regional innovation performance: introductory remarks. Annals of Regional Science, 51(1) p. 113-118, 2013

2012

Bakucz, M.: Mega-event tourism and its lasting effects on locality. Regionalni Studia 6(1) p. 53-62, 2012

Bélyácz, I.: Does intrinsic value still have a role in capital market pricing? Society and Economy In Central and Eastern Europe, 34(1) p. 95-113, 2012

Dobrai, K., Farkas, F.: Knowledge profile of higher education institutions: an international overview of mainstream research. International Journal of Management in Education, 6(1-2) p. 120-136, 2012

2011

Kurucz, Zs., Lóránd, B., Balogh, G.: Talent in the professional practice: The Hungarian higher education from “practical” point of view, the example of University of Pécs. Review of International Comparative Management, 12(3) p. 521-532, 2011

Bugár, Gy., Uzsoki, M.: Portfolio Optimization Strategies – Performance Evaluation with Respect to Different Objectives. Journal of Transnational Management, 16(3) p. 135-148, 2011

Boxer, I., Rekettye, G.: The relation between perceived service innovation, service value, emotional intelligence, customer commitment and loyalty in b2b. International Journal of Services and Operations Management, 8(2) p. 222-256, 2011

Poór, J., Karoliny, Zs., Alas, R., Vatchkova, E.: Comparative international human resource management (CIHRM) in the light of the Cranet Regional Research Survey in Transitional Economies. Employee Relations, 33(4) p. 428-443, 2011

Bedő, Zs., Wood, G., Demirbag, M.: Introducing governance and employment relations in Eastern and Central Europe. Employee Relations, 33(4) p. 309-315, 2011

2010

Farkas, F., Karoliny, Zs., Poór, J.: Sharpening Profile of HRM in Central-Eastern Europe in Reflection of its Developments in Hungary. Review of International Comparative Management, 11(4) p. 733-747, 2010

Richbell, S., Szerb, L., Vitai, Zs.: HRM in the Hungarian SME sector. Employee Relations, 32(3) p. 262-280, 2010

2009

Karoliny, Zs., Farkas, F., Poór, J.: In focus: Hungarian and Central Eastern European characteristics of human resource management — an international comparative survey. Journal of East European Management Studies, 14(1) p. 9-47, 2009

Bélyácz, I., Kuti, M.: Foreign direct investment and external debt in Hungary. An attempt to examine the macroeconomic capital structure from a new perspective. Society and Economy in Central and Eastern Europe, 31(2) p. 211-234, 2009

Darvas, Zs., Schepp, Z.: Long maturity forward rates of major currencies are stationary. Applied Economics Letters, 16(11) p. 1175-1181, 2009

Varga, A.: Integrating geography in models of policy impact assessment: Why and how?. Scienze Regionali, 8(1) p. 107-115, 2009

2008

Borgulya, I.: An Algorithm for the Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem with Route Balancing. Central European Journal of Operations Research, 16(4) p. 331-343, 2008

Dobrai, K., Farkas, F.: Knowledge-Based Organizations: Examining Knowledge Processes in Public-Serving Nonprofit Organizations. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 8(2) p. 9-22, 2008

2007

Ács, J.Z., O'Gorman, C., Szerb, L., Terjesen, S.: Could The Irish Miracle Be Repeated in Hungary?. Small Business Economics, 28(2) p. 123-142., 2007

Ács, J.Z., Szerb, L.: Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth and Public Policy. Small Business Economics, 28(2) p. 109-122, 2007

Bugár, Gy.: Disorder in the Risk Order: The Sensitivity of Global Portfolio Allocation to the Choice of Risk Measure. Journal of Transnational Management, 12(2) p. 43-59, 2007

Kaposi, Z.: Die Entwicklung der Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft in Ungarn 1700-2000. Passau: Schenk Verlag, 2007 (Studia Historica; 1.) ISBN:978 3 939337 22 5

Szerb, L., Rappai, G., Makra, Zs., Terjesen, S.: Informal Investment in Transitioning Central and Eastern European Economies: Individual Characteristics and Clusters. Small Business Economics, 28(2) p. 257-271, 2007

Varga, A.: From the Geography of Innovation to Development Policy Analysis: The GMR-approach. Annals of Economics and Statistics, 87-88 p. 83-102, 2007

Varga, A.: Localized knowledge inputs and innovation: The role of spatially mediated knowledge spillovers in Hungary. Acta Oeconomica, 57(1) p. 1-20, 2007

2006

Vörös, J.: The Dynamics of Price, Quality and Productivity Improvement Decisions. European Journal of Operational Research, 170(3), p. 809-823, 2006

Varga, A.: The Spatial Dimension of Innovation and Growth: Empirical Research Methodology and Policy Analysis. Europeam Planning Studies, 14(9) p. 1171-1186, 2006

2005

Bessenyei, I.: Does market value maximization affect the order of resource exploitation?. Economic Modelling, 22(6) p. 1090-1104, 2005

Acs, J.Z., Varga, A.: Entrepreneurship, agglomeration and technological change. Small Business Economics, 24(3) p. 323-334, 2005

Borgulya, I.: A Multi-objective Evolutionary Algorithm with a Separate Archive. Central European Journal of Operations Research, 13(3) p. 233-254, 2005

Farkas, F., Yaniv, E.: The Impact of Person-Organization Fit on the Corporate Brand Perception of Employees and of Customers. Journal of change Management, 5(4) p. 447-463, 2005

Mellár, T.: Official Statistics in Hungary Before Full Membership in the EU. Journal of Official Statistics, 21(3) p. 501-515, 2005

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