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in peacetime in response to the COVID crisis. So, if a lot of money has been “printed” without being covered in a real offer of goods, the question is why inflation did not accelerate? On the other hand, others believe that it is already substantially

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for the parties concerned. 1.2 The state of play when COVID hit the world At the time of writing, 19 out of 27 EU member states use the euro as their sole legal tender. Denmark has a

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effects of the latest, Covid-19 crisis threatened to be even more severe than the financial crisis of 2008. A further analysis of convergence is more than welcome, as it can show the impact of deeper integration (single market vs. monetary union

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. However, this investigation has limitations. To draw up policy options, several other aspects (e.g., the efficiency of the public healthcare system and private health expenditure) should be analysed in individual countries. The Covid-19 pandemic

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labour dynamics in these countries, in reaction to serious international dislocations impacting the region. The topicality of the study is due to an exploration of the spill-over effects of the global economic downturn due to COVID-19. Although some

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responsibility on entrepreneurship education. Digitalization is transforming not only the form and role of entrepreneurship but also entrepreneurship education ( Gubik – Farkas 2022 ; Gubik 2021 ). At the same time, COVID-19 and reliance on information

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Authors:
Dóra Horváth
,
Katalin Ásványi
,
Attila Cosovan
,
Tamás Csordás
,
Julianna Faludi
,
Daniella Galla
,
Zita Komár
,
Éva Markos-Kujbus
, and
Attila Endre Simay

, especially using a digital computer” ( Lipovszki – Molnár 2006 : 83). While digitalization has already been an ongoing megatrend, the COVID-19 pandemic has still caused major changes in the economic and social structures and practices since the

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1 Introduction According to IHRSA (2020) , before the pandemic the global fitness industry was flourishing, with record financial performance. COVID-19 brought the booming fitness sector to a sudden halt, from which it may not fully recover until

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, the CEE governments also did not raise the issues of free movement prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. On the one hand, this right is very popular with their voters; on the other hand, these governments fear that any debate or restriction would lead to

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economy and the ongoing fears have been covered (for a difficult to predict time period) by a global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, which took everyone by surprise. The potential effects of this pandemic in the medical and health protection sense (its

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