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    17 of January, 2006Research
    Labour Market Prognosis for 2006

    Institute for Economic and Enterprise Research in collaboration with the Hungarian Ministry of Employment and Labour conducted a research on the expected demand of labour and short-term business expectations of 8040 enterprises.

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    10 of January, 2006Research
    SME Outlook (October 2005)

    Our survey in the SME Outlook – forth in a row and conducted between 24-29 October – focused on the opinions of SMEs about the institutional environment. We shed light on how the elements of institutional environment affect certain SMEs, and on what elements give an impact on certain types of SMEs.

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    24 of October, 2005Research
    SME Outlook (July 2005)

    Our survey in the SME Outlook - third in a row - focused on the business conjecture and the characteristics of chain indebtedness. To what extent is it prevalent among SMEs?

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    22 of July, 2005Research
    Labour demand for skilled manpower – 2005

    Our research results are based on a survey with the 300 biggest enterprises of the Hungarian manufacturing industry. We are measuring their labour demand for recent graduates and analysing the factors that determine this demand.

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    5 of June, 2005Research
    Business climate, vocational training centers and labour demand for recent graduates; 2004–2005

    Our recent study is a jointresearch with the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce andIndustryand itis based on a survey conducted between August and October 2004. It aims to measure the anticipations of SME's on business climate and employment trends. Our database consists the answers of 3586 enterprises.

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    18 of May, 2005Research
    SME Outlook (April 2005)

    On the occassion of the first anniversary of Hungary's EU accession, our survey in the SME Outlook - second in a row - focused on the business conjecture and also dealt with the effects of EU accession on the lives of the enterprises. We paid special attention to the new foreign trade opportunities and the realignment of market conditions, and similarly to the national and European institutional characteristics that affected the business climate.

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    6 of November, 2004Research
    Effects of central bank base rate – 2004

    The IEER Business Climate and Conjuncture Survey from April 2004 asked 1461 enterprises about the effects of central bank base rate on the enterprises demand for loans and investment activity. We intended to measure how much influence had the central bank base rate – that stayed at 12.25% before we started our survey – on short- and long-term borrowings of enterprises and on their investment activities.

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    11 of October, 2004Research
    Websites of Enterprises (2004)

    In this research - as a continuation of a previous survey at IEER – we analysed the usage of information technology and internet of Hungarian enterprises.

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    20 of September, 2004Research
    EU accession and the tertiary sector

    Competition, regulation and the effects of EU accession in the market of services

    This joint research ofthe Institute of Economic and Enterprise Research and the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry aimed to contribute to the determination of the Hungarian position on the EU directive on internal market of services.

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    27 of April, 2004Research
    EU accession and the commercial sector

    Commercial companies at the threshold of the European Union. Results of an empirical survey

    In this research, the Institute of Economic and Enterprise Research - in cooperation with the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry - focused on the actual business situation, on the anticipations for the near future and on the factors affecting business behaviour of enterprises from the commercial sector.

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