Darvasné Ördög Edit, Dudás Gyula, Jankuné Kürthy Gyöngyi, Radóczné Kocsis Teréz, Székelyhidi Katalin and Wagner Hartmut (2017-12-07): Analysis of factors influencing the Hungarian agri-food trade. Agrárgazdasági Könyvek Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 177 p. ISBN 978-963-491-602-4

Recent decades have been characterised by deepening trade connections and the elimination of trade barriers. There are more and more trade agreements among countries, and their integration is becoming deeper and deeper. Nowadays not only tariffs, but non-tariff barriers are essential parts of trade negotiations. This process is continuous as ongoing negotiations between countries and regional blocs proceed, for example between the European Union and third countries. Hungary’s most important market...

Darvasné Ördög Edit, Dudás Gyula, Ehretné Berczi Ildikó, Felkai Beáta Olga, Fogarasi József, Garay Róbert, Jankuné Kürthy Gyöngyi, Kálmán Ákos, Lámfalusi Ibolya, Nagy László, Radóczné Kocsis Terézia, Rácz Katalin, Székelyhidi Katalin, Tikász Ildikó Edit, Varga Edina, Varga Eszter, Vásáry Viktória, Vőneki Éva and Wagner Hartmut (2016): Analysis of the operation and success of the Austrian food economy. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 133 p. ISBN 978 963 491 597 3

The study explores the reasons for the success of the Austrian food economy. Our starting point was that an economy is successful if the stakeholders in the sector realise acceptable levels of profit. The research investigated how macroeconomic, environmental, social and administrative factors support the profitability of the sector. As a first step the effectiveness and profitability of agriculture and food processing in Austria and Hungary were compared, then the domestic consumption and external...

Bene Andrea, Darvasné Ördög Edit, Dudás Gyula, Felkai Beáta Olga, Garay Róbert, Györe Dániel, Kürthy Gyöngyi, Radóczné Kocsis Terézia and Székelyhidi Katalin (2016): The current situation and the future of the Hungarian food industry. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 0 p. ISBN 978-963-491-599-7

The revenues of the Hungarian food industry increased almost by HUF 1000 billion between 2003 and 2013 at current prices, but at base prices they declined by HUF 360 billion, mainly as the result of the decrease in domestic sales (HUF -631 billion). The cause of this decrease is the low purchasing power of domestic consumers which is clearly demonstrated by the covariance of the real income per capita and the sales of fast moving consumer goods. Hungarian purchasing power is low by international...