ISSN 1728-6220 (Print)
ISSN 1728-6239 (Online)
Volume 190, Issue 5-6(2),
July 10, 2021
Professor Laszlo Vasa (Hungary)
WORLD ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
Gherasim, I. A. (Hungary).
The New Silk Road and Sino-Russian relations through the lens of Liberalism, Realism and Neocolonialism 4-11
Mehtiyev, J. (Hungary), Magda, R. (Hungary, South Africa), & Vasa, L. (Hungary).
Exchange rate impacts on international trade 12-22
Sazonets, O., Nykonchuk, V., & Kozakevych, A. (Ukraine).
The influence of intellectual capital and innovations on the economic development of the world and national economy 23-32
Pupp, Zs., & Filep, B. (Hungary).
The impact of global socio-economic changes on the regional role of universities 33-47
ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF NATIONAL ECONOMY
Bogáth, E. M., Gáspár, S., Thalmeiner, G., & Bárczi, J. (Hungary).
Analysis of the Hungarian investment funds along economic cycles 48-57
Pinter, E., Fenyvesi, E., & Pinter, T. (Hungary).
Sustainability aspects of distance learning in higher education during the COVID-19 epidemic in a Hungarian University 58-74
Janik, H., & Tóth-Naár, Zs. (Hungary).
Macroeconomic indicators and student mobility: a case study of the African countries most actively involved in FAO student mobility 75-85
Remenyik, B., Horváth, D. (Hungary), & Ćorluka, G. (Croatia).
The correlations between the responsible flying and changes in the tourism industry 86-97
FINANCES, ACCOUNTING AND AUDIT
Ivanov, S., Yudina, S., Hanziuk, S., Gurzhiy, T., & Lysa, O. (Ukraine).
Factors affecting the market of household bank deposits in Ukraine 98-108
Saleem, A., Sági, Ju., & Bárczi, Ju. (Hungary).
Modes of Islamic financing and aggregate economic output: evidence from Islamic banking industry of Pakistan 109-118
Csesznik, Z., Gáspár, S., Thalmeiner, G., & Zéman, Z. (Hungary).
Examining the effectiveness of fundamental analysis in a long-term stock portfolio 119-127
ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF ENTERPRISES
Karacsony, P. (Slovak Republic).
Relationship between the leadership style and organizational performance in Hungary 128-135
Kelman, V., Ponevach, A., & Korolovych, O. (Ukraine).
Rationalization of network retail management with a shift trading function based on the mathematical description of processes in the mass service area 136-148
PRODUCTIVE FORCES DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL ECONOMY
Lentner, Cs., & Hegedűs, Sz. (Hungary).
Certain issues of the sustainability of public services in municipalities on macro and micro levels, with special regard to the period of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis in Hungary 149-161
DEMOGRAPHY, WORKFORCE ECONOMY, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC POLICY
Tuegeh, O. D. M. (Hungary, Indonesia), Harangi-Rákos, M., & Nagy, A. Sz. (Hungary).
Industry 4.0 and human resource in Indonesia: a systematic literature review 171-180
Zéman, Z., Kálmán, B., & Bárczi, Ju. (Hungary).
Trends of standard of living preferences of economics university students as a result of the economic crisis 181-195