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Hungary

  • Nick Heath-Brown
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Keywords

European Union Foreign Direct Investment Prime Minister Parliamentary Election Foreign Direct Investment Stock 
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Further Reading

  1. Central Statistical Office. Statisztikai Évkönyv. Annual since 1871.—Google Scholar
  2. Magyar Statisztikai Zsehkönyv. Annual.—Statistical Yearbook.—Statistical Handbook of Hungary.—Monthly Bulletin of Statistics.Google Scholar
  3. Bozóki, A., et al., (eds.) Post-Communist Transition: Emerging Pluralism in Hungary. 1992Google Scholar
  4. Burawoy, M. and Lukács, J., The Radiant Past: Ideology and Reality in Hungary’s Road to Capitalism. 1992Google Scholar
  5. Cartledge, Bryan, The Will to Survive: A History of Hungary. 2011Google Scholar
  6. Cox, T. and Furlong, A. (eds.) Hungary: the Politics of Transition. 1995Google Scholar
  7. Geró, A., Modern Hungarian Society in the Making: the Unfinished Experience; translated from Hungarian. 1995Google Scholar
  8. Halpern, László and Wyplosz, Charles, (eds.) Hungary: Towards a Market Economy. 2011Google Scholar
  9. Kontler, László, A History of Hungary. 2002Google Scholar
  10. Körösényi, András, Government and Politics in Hungary. 1999Google Scholar
  11. Lendvai, Paul, The Hungarians: A Thousand Years of Victory in Defeat. 2004Google Scholar
  12. Mitchell, K. D. (ed.) Political Pluralism in Hungary and Poland: Perspectives on the Reforms. 1992Google Scholar
  13. Molnár, Miklós, A Concise History of Hungary. 2001CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  14. Rose-Ackerman, Susan, From Elections to Democracy: Building Accountable Government in Hungary and Poland. 2007Google Scholar
  15. Schiemann, John W., The Politics of Pact-Making: Hungary’s Negotiated Transition to Democracy in Comparative Perspective. 2005CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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  17. Székely, István and Newbery, David M. G., Hungary: An Economy in Transition. 2008CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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  19. National library: Széchényi Library, Budavári Palota ’F’ épület, 1827 Budapest. Director General: János Káldos.Google Scholar
  20. National Statistical Office: Központi Statisztikai Hivatal/Central Statistical Office, Keleti Károly u. 5/7, H-1024 Budapest. President: Gabriella Vukovich.Google Scholar

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