III. évfolyam, 1. szám

2004. április
III. évfolyam, 1. szám

Beköszöntő

The Relevance of New Institutional Economics
     Balázs Hámori
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/1

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Tanulmányok

Policy (Institutional) Diversity and Economic Development
     Daniel Daianu
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/2

Institutional diversity and economic performance
     Silvana Malle
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/3

Reflections on the Role of Institutions on the Chinese Road to a Market Economy
     László Csaba
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/4

Human Capital and EU-Enlargement
     Meyer Dietmar
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/5

Allocation Of Residual Income Rights Under Internal Governance
Empirical Results from the Hungarian Trucking Industry
     Josef Windsperger – Maria Jell
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/6

Are business relationships institutions?
     Tibor Mandják
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/7

Trust: a transaction cost influencing psychological mechanism
     László Tóth
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/8

Roadmap for the adoption of the euro in Hungary: dangers and opportunities
     László Jankovics
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/9

Just-in-Time system in terms of real options
     Andrea Rózsa
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/10

The power of path dependence? State capacity and autonomy in East Central Europe during transition
     Zoltán Ádám
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/11

Was there a stock market bubble in Hungary?
     György Komáromi
DOI: 10.21845/comp/2004/1/12

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