Modern Mitteleuropa: differences and similarities in the Visegrad Group

The paper highlights the similarities and differences in the development paths of the four so called Visegrad countries (Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, leaving countries like Slovenia, Croatia out) focussing on the economic policies of the period of 2004-2014, representing the first decade of their EU-membership, providing insight in their economic policy decisions.

 Authors: Attila Marján – Lorina Buda

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Attila Marjan
Attila Marjan
Hungarian economist, PhD in international relations. Based in Brussels for fourteen years as diplomat and member of EU commissioners’ cabinets. Two times visiting fellow of Wilson Center in Washington DC. University professor and author of books on EU affairs and geopolitics. Head of department, National University of Public Administration, Budapest.