English language discussion series: 'FDI Dependent Capitalism'
The second event of a new English language discussion series on the political economy of Hungary in the European context will be held online on April 16 at 6 p.m.
Foreign Direct Investment Dependent Capitalism will be hosted by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Budapest (FES!) and Új Egyenlőség (New Equality) Magazine for Social Theory.
Central and Eastern Europe has adopted a uniquely new form of capitalism after 1989: Foreign Direct Investment Dependent capitalism. Professor Andreas Nölke and Prof. Zoltán Gál (University of Pécs) will discuss whether it has been successful. English-Hungarian translation is provided.
The event can also be followed live on the Facebook page of Új Egyenlőség and FES!
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