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Comparative economics and the mainstreamEconomics and Business Review, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp90-109 (2017)Language: English
 
The EU at Sixty: A Watershed or Business as Usual? (Comparing Grexit to Brexit)Acta Oeconomica, vol. 66 (special issue), pp63-76Language: English
 
Economics and EthicsKöz-gazdaság /academic quarterly of Corvinus University of Budapest/, vol.11. no.4. (2016)Language: Hungarian
 
The Hungarian paradox – reflexions ont he Long RunEducatio /independent inter-disciplinary quarterly/, vol. 26. no. 4. (2016)Language: Hungarian
 
Cynicism has prevaied KÓSA, A.ed: The Speech of the Boss – Hungary Ten Years after the Lie Speeech. Budapest: Noran Libro, 2016, pp 101-123Language: Hungarian
 
Innovations and Regress in Economic TheoryZeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften, vol.14.no.1/2016/,pp80-99Language: English
 
A Breakthrough in Global Economics - or Not?Köz-gazdaság /quarterly of Corvinus/, volume 10, number 3 (2015)Language: Hungarian
 
Federal Europe or Europe of nations? On the Systemic Consequences of Financial Crisis managementMagyar Szemle, new series, vol. 24. nos 7-8.Language: Hungarian
 
Unorthodoxy versus heterodoxy in economics?Jogtudományi Közlöny, volume 70, number 9 (2015)Language: Hungarian
 
After all, whose Academy is it?Magyar Tudomány, 9/2015 (volume 176.)Language: Hungarian
 
The revival of European economics - reflections on PikettyVilággazdaság /business daily/, 22-04-2015Language: Hungarian
 
Glass Half Full / The First Decade of Hungary in the EUKözgazdasági Szemle, vol. 61, no. 4 (2014)Language: Hungarian
 
How reliable is scientometric to judge academic performance?Magyar Tudomány, vol. 174, no. 4 (2014)Language: Hungarian
 
Developmental Perspectives On EuropeSociety and Economy, vol. 36, no. 1 (2014)Language: English
 
Report on the inaugural speech to the Hungarian Academy of SciencesMagyar Hírlap, 27-11-2013Language: Hungarian
 
Growth, Crisis Management and the EU: The Hungarian TrilemmaMitteliungen, vol.53. nos. 3-4 (2013, Munich)Language: English
 
On the New Economic Philosophy of Crisis Management in the European UnionSociety and Economy, vol. 35 no. 2, pp. 121–139 (2013)Language: English
 
Growth, Crisis Management and EU: The Hungarian Trilemma (manuscript)Südosteuropa Mitteilungen, vol.53. nos. 5-6 (2013, Munich)Language: English
 
United States of Europe - Right Now?Köz-Gazdaság/Economic Theory and Policy (Corvinus) vol.8., special issue (2013)Language: Hungarian
 
Dancing in a YokeFigyelő (Business weekly), 9/2013Language: Hungarian
 
Hungary and the eurozone crisis: a comedy of errors?Yearbook of the Institute of East-Central Europe, vol.10, issue 5. (2012)Language: English
 
Dilemmas in Economics and its EducationKözgazdasági Szemle, vol.60, no.1 (2013)Language: Hungarian
 
Towards a New Philosophy of Crisis-management in Europe? Köz-Gazdaság/Economic Theory and Policy (Corvinus) vol.8. no.1 (2013)Language: Hungarian
 
The Mirage of a Weak CurrencyHungarian Review, vol. 3, no. 5, pp47-52Language: English
 
Revisiting the Crisis of the EMU: Challenges and OptionsZeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften / Nomos, vol.10.no.1., pp53-77Language: English
 
A turn in Hungarian EU relations?Figyelő, 2012/17. no.Language: Hungarian
 
On the Political Economy of Polic ReformLondon: CRCE Briefing paper, no. 14. April (2012)Language: English
 
No panic, pleaseFigyelő, no.3. (2012)Language: Hungarian
 
„And the first shall be the last˝Hungarian Studies, vol.25. no.2. 2011.Language: English
 
Hungarian transition and development: lessons for economic theoryKözgazdasági Szemle, vol.58. no.10 (2011)Language: Hungarian
 
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