Közgazdaság- és Regionális Tudományi Kutatóközpont kiemelt publikációk

2021. évi kiemelt publikációk

  • Alem Yonas, Behrendt Hannah, Belot Michéle, Bíró Anikó: Mind training, stress and behaviour — A randomised experiment. PLOS ONE 16:(11) Paper e0258172. 24 p. (2021) DOI
  • Andersson Tommy, Cseh Ágnes, Ehlers Lars, Erlanson Albin: Organizing time exchanges : lessons from matching markets. AMERICAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL: MICROECONOMICS 13:(1) pp. 338-373. (2021) DOI
  • Benedek Márton, Fliege Jörg, Tri-Dung Nguyen: Finding and verifying the nucleolus of cooperative games. MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING 190 pp. 135-170. (2021) DOI
  • Benedek Zsófia, Fertő Imre, Marreiros Cristina Galamba, de Aguiar Pâmela Mossmann, Pocol Cristina Bianca, Čechura Lukáš, Põder Anne, Pääso Piia, Bakucs Zoltán: Farm diversification as a potential success factor for small-scale farmers constrained by COVID-related lockdown. Contributions from a survey conducted in four European countries during the first wave of COVID-19. PLOS ONE 16:(5) 18 p. Paper e0251715. (2021) DOI
  • Berezvai Zombor, Lukáts Gergely Dániel, Molontay Roland: Can professors buy better evaluation with lenient grading? The effect of grade inflation on student evaluation of teaching. ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION 46:(5) pp. 793-808. (2021) DOI
  • Békés Gábor, Benito Gabriel R G, Castellani Davide, Muraközy Balázs: Into the unknown : the extent and boldness of firms’ international footprint. GLOBAL STRATEGY JOURNAL 11:(3) pp. 468-493 (2021) DOI
  • Biró Péter, Gudmundsson Jens: Complexity of finding Pareto-efficient allocations of highest welfare. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH 291:(2) pp. 614-628. (2021) DOI
  • Biró Péter, van de Klundert Joris, Manlove David, Pettersson William, Andersson Tommy, Burnapp Lisa, Chromy Pavel, Delgado Pablo, Dworczak Piotr, Haase Bernadette, Hemke Aline, Johnson Rachel, Klimentova Xenia, Kuypers Dirk, Nanni Costa Alessandro, Smeulders Bart, Spieksma Frits, Valentín María O., Viana Ana: Modelling and optimisation in European kidney exchange programmes. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH 291:(2) pp. 447-456. (2021) DOI
  • Bíró Anikó: The impact of sweet food tax on producers and household spending—Evidence from Hungary. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 52:(4) pp. 545-559. (2021) DOI
  • Bíró Anikó, Hajdu Tamás, Kertesi Gábor, Prinz Dániel: Life expectancy inequalities in Hungary over 25 years : the role of avoidable deaths. POPULATION STUDIES-A JOURNAL OF DEMOGRAPHY 75:(3) pp. 443-455. (2021) DOI
  • Bíró Anikó, Szabó-Morvai Ágnes: Mass media coverage and vaccination uptake : evidence from the demand for meningococcal vaccinations in Hungary. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH ECONOMICS 22 pp. 887-903. (2021) DOI
  • Bokányi Eszter, Juhász Sándor, Karsai Márton, Lengyel Balázs: Universal patterns of long-distance commuting and social assortativity in cities. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 11 Paper 20829. 10 p. (2021) DOI
  • Csóka Péter, Jean-Jacques Herings P.: An axiomatization of the proportional rule in financial networks. MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 67:(5) pp. 2799-2812. (2021) DOI
  • Dube Arindrajit, Lindner Attila: City limits : what do local-area minimum wages do? JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES 35:(1) pp. 27-50. (2021) DOI
  • Duernecker Georg, Herrendorf Berthold, Valentinyi Ákos: The productivity growth slowdown and Kaldor’s growth facts. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC DYNAMICS & CONTROL 130 Paper: 104200. 20 p. (2021) DOI
  • Elek Péter, Bíró Anikó: Regional differences in diabetes across Europe – regression and causal forest analyses. ECONOMICS AND HUMAN BIOLOGY 40 Paper 100948. 13 p. (2021) DOI
  • Elek Péter, Bíró Anikó, Fadgyas‐Freyler Petra: Income gradient of pharmaceutical panic buying at the outbreak of the COVID‐19 pandemic. HEALTH ECONOMICS 30:(9) pp. 2312-2320. (2021) DOI
  • Hajdu Gábor, Hajdu Tamás: The long-term impact of restricted access to abortion on children’s socioeconomic outcomes. PLOS ONE 16:(3) Paper e0248638. 14 p. (2021) DOI
  • Hajdu Tamás, Hajdu Gábor: Post-conception heat exposure increases clinically unobserved pregnancy losses. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 11:(1) Paper 1987. 11 p. (2021) DOI
  • Herings P. Jean-Jacques, Kóczy László Á.: The equivalence of the minimal dominant set and the myopic stable set for coalition function form games. GAMES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR 127 pp. 67-79. (2021) DOI
  • Herrendorf Berthold, Rogerson Richard, Valentinyi Ákos: Structural change in investment and consumption — a unified analysis. REVIEW OF ECONOMIC STUDIES 88:(3) pp. 1311-1346. (2021) DOI
  • Juhász Sándor: Spinoffs and tie formation in cluster knowledge networks. SMALL BUSINESS ECONOMICS 56 pp. 1385-1404. (2021) DOI
  • Keller Tamás, Kiss Hubert János: Do exhausted primary school students cheat more? A randomized field experiment. PLOS ONE 16:(12) Paper e0260141. 11 p. (2021) DOI
  • Keller Tamás, Szakál Péter: Not just words! Effects of a light-touch randomized encouragement intervention on students’ exam grades, self-efficacy, motivation, and test anxiety. PLOS ONE 16:(9) Paper e0256960. 27 p. (2021) DOI
  • Leduc Gaëlle; Manevska-Tasevska Gordana; Hansson Helena; Arndt Marie; Bakucs Zoltán; Böhm Michael; Chitea Mihai; Florian Violeta; Luca Lucian; Martikainen Anna; Pham Hai Vu; Rusu Marioara: How are ecological approaches justified in European rural development policy? Evidence from a content analysis of CAP and rural development discourses. JOURNAL OF RURAL STUDIES 86 pp. 611-622. (2021) DOI
  • Ongena Steven, Schindele Ibolya, Vonnák Dzsamila: In lands of foreign currency credit, bank lending channels run through? JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 129 Paper 103435. 31 p. (2021) DOI
  • Pető Rita, Reizer Balázs: Gender differences in the skill content of jobs. JOURNAL OF POPULATION ECONOMICS 34 pp. 825-864. (2021) DOI
  • Rohrer Julia M., Keller Tamás, Elwert Felix: Proximity can induce diverse friendships : a large randomized classroom experiment. PLOS ONE 16:(8) Paper e0255097. 15 p. (2021) DOI
  • Samu Flóra, Takács Károly: Evaluating mechanisms that could support credible reputations and cooperation : cross-checking and social bonding. PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B – BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 376 Paper 20200302. 9 p. (2021) DOI
  • Sziklai Balázs: Ranking institutions within a discipline : the steep mountain of academic excellence. JOURNAL OF INFORMETRICS 15:(2) Paper 101133. 11 p. (2021) DOI
  • Tóth Gergő, Juhász Sándor, Elekes Zoltán, Lengyel Balázs: Repeated collaboration of inventors across European regions. EUROPEAN PLANNING STUDIES 29:(12) pp. 2252-2272. (2021) DOI
  • Tóth Gergő, Lengyel Balázs: Inter-firm inventor mobility and the role of co-inventor networks in producing high-impact innovation. JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER 46 pp. 117-137. (2021) DOI
  • Tóth Gergő, Wachs Johannes, Di Clemente Riccardo, Jakobi Ákos, Ságvári Bence, Kertész János, Lengyel Balázs: Inequality is rising where social network segregation interacts with urban topology. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 12 Paper 1143. 9 p. (2021) DOI
  • Varga Kinga, MacDonncha Ciaran, Blondel Laurence, Bozzano Enrico, Burlot Fabrice, Costa Rute, Debois Nadine, Delon Dominique, Figueiredo Antonio, Foerster Joerg, Gjaka Masar, Gonçalves Carlos, Guidotti Flavia, Pesce Caterina, Pišl Andrej, Rheinisch Eoin, Rolo Ana, Rozman Sara, Ryan Gary, Templet Anne, Tessitore Antonio, Warrington Giles, Capranica Laura, Doupona Mojca: Collective conceptualization of parental support of dual career athletes : the EMPATIA framework. PLOS ONE 16:(9) Paper e0257719. 23 p. (2021) DOI
  • Vida Zsófia Viktória, Járay István Péter, Lengyel Balázs: PhD students in life sciences can benefit from team cohesion. F1000RESEARCH 10 Paper: 692. 16 p. (2021) DOI
  • Czirfusz Márton: Labour’s Spatial Fix: State Socialist Hungary in the 1970s. ANTIPODE 53: 5 pp. 1400-1420. (2021) DOI
  • Czirfusz Márton: The concept of solidarity in cohesion policies of the European Union and Hungary. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING C: POLITICS AND SPACE 39: 5 pp. 919-937. (2021) DOI
  • Csomós György, Farkas Jenő Zsolt, Kolcsár Ronald András, Szilassi Péter, Kovács Zoltán: Measuring socio-economic disparities in green space availability in post-socialist cities. HABITAT INTERNATIONAL 117 Paper: 102434. 9 p. (2021) DOI
  • Farkas Jenő Zsolt, Kovács András Donát: Nature conservation versus agriculture in the light of socio-economic changes over the last half-century–Case study from a Hungarian National Park. LAND USE POLICY 101. Paper 105131. 10 p. (2021) DOI
  • Iloskics Zita, Sebestyén Tamás, Braun Erik: Shock propagation channels behind the global economic contagion network. The role of economic sectors and the direction of trade. PLOS ONE 16: 10 Paper: e0258309. 26 p. (2021) DOI
  • Kováts Bence: Is There a Core-semiperiphery Division in Housing? Applying World-systems Theory in European Comparative Housing Research. HOUSING THEORY & SOCIETY 38: (4) pp. 419-438. (2021) DOI
  • Nagy Erika, Gajzágó Gergő, Mihály Melinda, Molnár Ernő: Crisis, institutional change and peripheral industrialization: Municipal-central state relations and changing dependencies in three old industrial towns of Hungary. APPLIED GEOGRAPHY 136 Paper 102576. 9 p. (2021) DOI
  • Sanjuan-Delmás David, Taelman Sue Ellen, Arlati Alessandro, Obersteg Andreas, Vér Csaba, Óvári Ágnes, Tonini Davide, Dewulf Jo: Sustainability assessment of organic waste management in three EU Cities: Analysing stakeholder-based solutions. WASTE MANAGEMENT 132 pp 44-55 (2021) DOI
  • Szabo John: Fossil capitalism’s lock-ins : the natural gas-hydrogen nexus. CAPITALISM NATURE SOCIALISM: A JOURNAL OF SOCIALIST ECOLOGY 32:(4) pp. 91-110. (2021) DOI

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