In the wake of the economic crisis, a question arises increasingly often: what is the role of economic culture in overcoming the crisis? Since the mid-2000s, leaders of developed countries have kept pointing out that fostering political and economic education is a driver of growth and development. Curricula are being overhauled; new modules are appearing in the study programmes of secondary schools, colleges, and university-level undergraduate courses; significant curriculum developments have been launched at the world’s leading universities in the last few years. Hungarian higher education cannot exclude itself from this process.
Authors:Judit Kapás, György Komáromi, Pál Czeglédi, and László Jankovics
Institutions and Change (ISNIE Conference) - The International Society for New Institutional Economics (ISNIE) held its 7th annual conference in Budapest on 11-13 September 2003; The Link between Diversity and Development Paths (EACES Conference) - International conference on the Institutional and Policy Diversity - Its Role in Economic Development on 3-4 November 2003 in Debrecen, Hungary