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Members of Department of Comparative and Institutional Economics met renowned American economist

2021-09-29 15:05:31

Daron Acemoglu, a prominent political economist, professor of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) met some members of the Department of Comparative and Institutional Economics discussing the future of the EU and Hungary and the relationship between the political and economic systems.

Daron Acemoglu, a prominent political economist, professor of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) met some members of the Department of Comparative and Institutional Economics discussing the future of the EU and Hungary and the relationship between the political and economic systems.

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Daron Acemoglu is the author of hundreds of papers, including some co-authored by Simon Johnson and James A. Robinson. His books collaborated with J. A. Robinson include the Economic Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy (2006) and Why Nations Fail (2012). Acemoglu is the third most frequently quoted author in tertiary economics curriculum. 

The Turkish-born American economist and members of the Department of Comparative and Institutional Economics had an exciting debate on how the EU could increasingly support democratic development in the Central and Eastern European countries, particularly in Hungary.  

Professor Acemoglu and some members of the Department discussed the future of the EU and Hungary and the relationship between the political and economic systems. Acemoglu, who is perhaps the world’s most prominent political economist and members of the Department of Comparative and Institutional Economics had an exciting debate on how the EU could increasingly support democratic development in the CEE countries, particularly including Hungary.

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