Free Market Road Show - Healthcare in Hungary
A conference in Budapest on Free Markets with lectures on healthcare.
Free Market Road Show: The World after Brexit and Trump.
A conference in Budapest on April 27.
Panel 1 - Healthcare in Hungary: Needs, Access and Quality of Health Services in Hungary and Comparison to Other Regional Countries
Topics include: - How reimbursement/coverage decisions are made for drugs and interventions; State health financing in the absence of a health insurance market; private health insurance at present and a possible future scenario.
Moderator: Prof. Peter Akos Bod, Corvinus University
Keynote speakers: Prof. László Gulácsi, Petra Baji, Ph.D., both of Corvinus University, Department of Health Economics
Prof. Péter Ákos Bod, DSC
Professor at Economic Policy Department at Corvinus University of Budapest, and Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences since 2014. A graduate of Budapest University of Economics (1975), he first worked for the Budapest Institute of Planning as research economist, taught economics in Hungary and as visitor lecturer in the US. After the democratic changes, he became Cabinet Minister for Industry and Trade (1990-1991), was elected governor of the Hungarian National Bank (1991-1994), and later served as board member at EBRD, London (1995-1998). He serves as Chairman of the Budapest Economic Club.
Prof. László Gulácsi MD, Ph.D., Ph.D., Ph.D., Ph.D., Habil.
László Gulácsi works as a Professor and Head, Department of Health Economics, Corvinus University Budapest, Budapest, Hungary. (http://hecon.uni-corvinus.hu) He is the head of the Hungarian Office for Health Technology Assessment (HunHTA). By profession he is a physician (Debrecen medical University), having university degrees of programming mathematics (Kossuth Lajos University of Arts and Sciences), mathematical economics and sociology (Corvinus University of Budapest) and health economics (University of York). He received PhD degrees from the Medical University of Amsterdam, Corvinus University of Budapest, Semmelweis Medical University Budapest and from the Debrecen Medical University. He is qualified in social medicine.
Petra Baji, Ph.D. Ph.D.,
Petra Baji an associate professor at the Department of Health Economics Corvinus University of Budapest. She obtained an MSc in Economics at Corvinus University of Budapest in 2009 and a PhD from Maastricht University in 2013. Her research interest considers out-of-pocket payments and willingness to pay for health care services including informal payments, the effect of risk perception on health related decisions as well as health economic evaluations.
Making Hungarians, Making Europeans: Problems, Solutions
Date: 25/10/2017 9:00 a.m.
Location: Eötvös utca 24, Budapest, 1067
A mini-conference on demography at the Danube Institute on October 25.
Mit tehet az ember, ha fiatal és magyar? A FOCUS csoport konferenciája Gárdonyban.
Conference on today's warfare and insecurity
Date: 18/10/2017 6:00 p.m.
Location: Széchenyi István tér 9, Budapest
Understanding hybrid threats and managing insecurity in 21st century. Conference on 18 October at the MTA in Budapest.
100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution
Date: 09/11/2017 1:00 p.m.
On November 9, Danube Institute will hold an international conference on the Russian Revolution.
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The Austrian Economics Meeting Europe invites young scholars to next year's meeting in Budapest.
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A lecture by Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, PhD, Director of the American Center for Democracy and expert on terrorism and its financing.
Dinner with the Atlantic CouncilPast Events
The Danube Institute and Zsolt Németh co-hosted a dinner for the delegation of the Atlantic Council of the United States.
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