The second international EconBiz Student Competition was held from March 17th to March 30st 2014. Because the library has joined the EconBiz Partner Network in 2013, Corvinus students were also invited to participate in the competition. The Hungarian student Enikő Molnár was awarded with the second place among the international winners, thanks to her creative presentation. Congratulations! The list of the winners
OECD's 2014 Economic Survey of Hungary examines recent economic developments, prospects and policies. Special chapters examine enhancing competition and tackling labour mismatches. The survey's full text version is readable online freely or it can be downloaded in PDF format from the university's LAN.
World Bank's new publication World Development Report 2014: Risk and Opportunity - Managing Risk for Development is freely available in PDF format. The free WDR 2014 App for iPad makes this key World Bank flagship on risk accessible and mobile. Other mobile apps for further publications are available on the World Bank Mobile site.
The EconBiz database, the search engine for economic information (provided by ZBW German National Library of Economics), is available now through a new interface. The formerly separated interfaces of EconBiz and EconBiz Open were merged, the search option for open access publications only is easy to select now on the new interface. The publications of Corvinus Research Archive are searchable in EconBiz, too. The database is freely available.
The publications of Corvinus Research Archive institutional repository are searchable and available now in the EconBiz Open database, ensuring wider access to the research results of the university. EconBiz Open, provided by ZBW German National Library of Economics, offers researchers and students all over the world direct access to 800,000 journal articles and working papers which are freely available on the internet.
EconLit, the American Economic Association's electronic database, is the world's foremost source of references to economic literature. EconLit with Full Text contains all of the indexing available in EconLit, plus full text for nearly 600 journals, including the AEA journals with no embargo. The database is now available from the university's LAN until 2 November 2013.
EconLit with Full Text