Tamás Szentes:

The adaption to the world economy

Globalization in economic sense implies the development of the world economy into an organic system with both extending and deepening asymmetrical interdependencies. This process has accelerated recently, thanks to the relinking of the former "socialist" countries in the world economy, to "revolutions" in information and communication technologies, to the activity of transnational companies, etc. The great question of the future is how globalization, regionalization and national development will interact. The position of countries in the globalizing world economy will depend more than ever on the development of human capital and R & D capacities.

Traditions in the Hungarian Philosophy

The next studies are the texts of three lectures that were delivered in the Academy on November 13, 2000 at a session entitled "The philosophical culture in the Hungarian society: Philosophy in the Hungarian Academy of Sciences". The session was organized by the Philosophy and History Section of the Academy. László Perecz's paper, closely related to the subject of the meeting, briefly outlines the role played by the philosophy in the history of the Academy. Gábor Palló's study gives an overview on the most outstanding results achieved by Hungarians in the field of the philosophy of science. The essay of Ferenc L. Lendvai discusses the results of some Hungarian philosophers of culture in a political framework.

Tamás Szentes: The adaptation to the world economy and its changes

Tibor Palánkai: The conditions of the introduction of the Euro

Traditions in the Hungarian Philosophy

László Perecz: An evolution with question marks

Gábor Palló: Science philosophy in Hungary

Ferenc L. Lendvai: Philosophy and critique of culture in a political field of force

Research and environment

Rezső Solymos: Afforestation programs in Hungary - a success story


The scientific workshop

Katalin Dévai - György Kerékgyártó - Gábor Papanek - Balázs Borsi: The role of university based R+D in the innovation process

Science Policy

Debates and opinions


Book review

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