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Hungarian Regional Science Association 20th Annual Meeting

Space and state

Budapest, 6–7 October 2022

University of Public Service

HUNGARIAN REGIONAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION 20th ANNUAL MEETING

 For the complete program please visit the Hungarian site of the conference.

 PROGRAMME ♦ 6 October 2022 ♦ Thursday ♦

9.00 General meeting (for HRSA members)

10.00 Annual meeting

10.10 Plenary session 1 (in Hungarian or in English)

Zoltán Gál professor, president of HRSA

James W. Scott professor, University of Eastern Finland

Zoltán Hajdú scientific advisor, CERS Institute for Regional Studies

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Parallel sessions (7 in Hungarian, 1 in English)

15.30 Coffee break

16.00 Plenary session 2 (in Hungarian)

Ilona Pálné Kovács research professor, CERS Institute for Regional Studies

István Hoffman professor, Department of Administrative Law, Eötvös Loránd University

Tamás Kaiser associate professor, Department of Governance and Public Policy, University of Public Service

17.30 Roundtable discussion "The 20 years old HRSA" (in Hungarian)

18.30 Prize award ceremony

19.00 Reception

 

♦ PROGRAMME ♦ 7 October 2022  Friday ♦

9.00 Parallel sessions (8 in Hungarian, 1 in English)

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Plenary session 3 (in Hungarian)

József Benedek professor, Babeş–Bolyai University

Katalin Lipták associate professor, University of Miskolc

Balázs Páger postdoctoral researcher, University of Vienna; research fellow, CERS Institute for Regional Studies

14.30 Coffee break

15.00 Parallel sessions (8 in Hungarian, 1 in English)


SESSIONS IN ENGLISH

21 parallel sessions are organized in Hungarian, 3 parallel sessions are in EnglishFor the detailed program please visit the Hungarian site of the conference.

Abstracts (max. 500 words) should be submitted by e-mail to the convenors of the sessions. Presentations of 20 minutes are welcomed.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION Deadline: 15 September 2022

SESSION 1: Changing Systems of Innovation: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches                  
(Regional Innovation Subcommittee of the HAS Committee of Regional Sciences)                Friday 15.00–18.00
Organizers: Zsófia Vas associate professor, head of institute, University of Szeged Institute of Economics and Economic Development – Balázs Lengyel senior research fellow, KRTK ANET Lab & NeTI Lab of Corvinus University – Zoltán Elekes research fellow KRTK ANET Lab & Umeå University
elekes.zoltan@krtk.hu

Balázs Borsi professor, ESSCA School of Management, Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and International Business – Zsófia Vida researcher, Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Department of Science Policy and Scientometrics – Sándor Soós head of department, Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Department of Science Policy and Scientometrics
Changing Discourse on Systems of Innovation: a Bibliometric Network Approach

István Szabó vice president for Science and International Affairs, National Research, Development and Innovation Office
Policy for boosting regional innovation

Zoltán Bajmócy professor, University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Transformative innovation policy: a supplement or a substitute for systems of innovation? Insights from ecological economics

Tibor Dőry associate professor, Széchenyi István University, Kautz Gyula Faculty of Economics
Results and Challenges of the Development of Local and University Ecosystems – The Case of Széchenyi István University

Tamás Sebestyén professor – Erik Braun assistant lecturer – Zita Iloskics assistant lecturer – Dávid Bilicz, PhD-student, assistant research fellow, University of Pécs, Faculty of Business and Economics
The role of industry-university research collaboration patterns in shaping innovative performance. A multilayer network approach on the European scale

Miroslav Špurek PhD-student, University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of National Economy
Knowledge Production Function for Academic Patenting

Balázs Sziklai senior research fellow, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies & NeTI Lab of Corvinus University of Budapest – Balázs Lengyel senior research fellow (KRTK ANET Lab & NeTI Lab of Corvinus University of Budapest
Identifying Innovators and Early Adopters in Social Networks

 

SESSION 2: Space and state – Regional, economic and social contexts             Thursday 13.00–15.30
Chair: Gábor Lux senior research fellow, CERS Institute for Regional Studies
lux@rkk.hu

Balaban Eylül PhD candidate, Department of Tourism, Corvinus University of Budapest –
Keller, Krisztina associate professor, Department of Tourism, Corvinus University of Budapest
Slow tourism: A systematic literature review on recent trends

Zsuzsanna Pálffy PhD candidate, teaching assistant, Doctoral School of Regional- and Business Administration Sciences, Széchenyi István University
The Culture of Trust in the Countries of the Visegrad Group

Thato Lorraine Maila PhD candidate, Doctoral School of Earth Sciences, University of Debrecen – Czimre, Klára assistant professor, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development Planning, University of Debrecen
Analysing the spatial development frameworks of borderland municipalities in South Africa

Patrícia Horváth PhD candidate, teaching assistant, Széchenyi István University
Spatial Location and Conceptual Delimitation of Industrial Parks in Hungary and Romania.

Gábor Lux senior research fellow, CERS Institute for Regional Studies
Exploring alternate scenarios to FDI-led regional development: The case of Central and Eastern Europe

 

SESSION 3: FDI and Economic Dependencies in Central and Eastern Europe          Friday 9.00–12.00
Chair: Zoltán Gál professor, University of Pécs; president of HRSA
galz@ktk.pte.hu

Andrea Szalavetz scientific advisor, CERS Institute of World Economics – Magdolna Sass director, CERS Institute of World Economics
Evolutionary paths in the automotive periphery and semi-periphery: the cases of Austria and Hungary compared

Magdolna Sass director, CERS Institute of World Economics – Gabriella Tabajdi PhD student, University of Szeged
Outward FDI in the automotive industries of the Visegrad countries and Austria compared.  Is it a sign of increased international competitiveness of indigenous companies?

Viktória Józsa CEO, Nord Consult Plc., Budapest
Corporate and Local Embeddedness of German companies in Hungary

Max Roessler – Daniel Schiller, Institute of Geography and Geology, University of Greifswald
Dual Embeddedness of Tesla’s fourth Gigafactory – Forced to success? Why a failure in Germany is not an option (online presentation)

Zsuzsanna Zsibók research fellow, CERS Institute for Regional Studies
Labour productivity and FDI under tight labour market conditions in three Central and Eastern European countries: a regional analysis

Stefan Apostol PhD candidate, University of Pécs – Zoltán Gál senior research fellow, CERS Institute for Regional Studies
Role of Foreign Direct Investment in regional economic growth and regional productivity - the case of CEE countries (online presentation)

Gábor Lados research fellow, CERS Institute for Regional Studies – Zoltán Gál senior research fellow, CERS Institute for Regional Studies
Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on migration in the V4 countries

Fazekas Gábor PhD candidate, University of Pécs
Chinese investments in the postsocialist member states of the EU

Minh Trung Ngô PhD student, University of Pécs – Zoltán Gál senior research fellow, CERS Institute for Regional Studies
FDI promotion and regional competitiveness: The case of Vietnamese regions

 


REGISTRATION  Registration website

Registration deadline: 20 September 2022

Participation fee includes up to 2 presentations. Payment is required after abstract acceptance and registration.

REGISTRATION FEES (for non-domestic participants and organisations)

  • 90 EUR for Non-members of RSAI/ERSA
  • 70 EUR for RSAI/ERSA members
  • 60 EUR for Accompanying persons / Attendee without presentation

REGISTRATION FEES (for Hungarian participants and organisations) 

  • 36.000 HUF for Non-members of HRSA
  • 26.000 HUF for HRSA members

PUBLISHING OPPORTUNITY

Details in Hungarian website


CONTACT

Szilárd Rácz, HRSA secretary szracz@rkk.hu


VENUE

Nemzeti Közszolgálati Egyetem (1083 Budapest, Ludovika tér 2.) Map

CO-ORGANISER

We reserve the right to change the program.

 

We are looking forward to meeting you at the Annual Conference of HRSA in Budapest.

Kind regards,
Zoltán Gál, President of HRSA

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