Acta Oeconomica 47. (1995)

1995 / 1-2. szám

ACTA OECONOMICA PERIODICAL OF THE HUNGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Editor: Tamás Földi Editorial office: H-1112 Budapest, Budaörsi út 45. Hungary H-1502 Budapest, P.O.B. 262 Orders can be placed with Akadémiai Kiadó (H-1519 Budapest, P.O.Box 245). Subscription price for Volume 47 (1995) in 2 double issues US$ 104.00, including normal postage, airmail delivery US$ 20.00. CONTENTS J. KORNAI: Lasting Growth as the Top Priority: Macroeconomic Tension and Goverment Economic Policy in Hungary .............................................................................................................. 1 A. CSERMELY: Competitiveness and Structural Changes in the Hungarian Economy . . 39 A. SIMONOVITS: The Number of Balanced Steady States in Realistic Overlapping Co­horts Models ................................................................................................................................................ 51 A. BRODY: The Hungarian GDP, as Measured by Proxies (Appraisal of the Short-Cut Method of F. Jánossy) ........................................................................................................................... 69 ZS. BEKKER: On Jánossy’s Trendline at the End of Century, or Can We Get Rid of Our Past? ............................................................................................................................................................... 95 T.G. TARJAN: Imminent OECD Membership of Hungary and the Revival of Jánossy’s Trendline Theory ..................................................................................................................................... Ill P. JUHÁSZ—K. MOHÁCSI: Some Interrelations Involved in the Subsidization of the Agrarian Sector .......................................................................................................................................... 137 I. FERTŐ: Methods for Stabilizing Agricultural Prices in Developing Countries ............... 155 J . E. FARKAS—Á. VAJDA—L. VITA: Research into the Housing Market in Budapest . 171 REVIEWS J. VARGA: Returns to Education in Hungary .................................................................................... 203 L. CSABA: Is there an Economics of Transformation? Comments on the Third General Session of the European Comparative Economics Society (EACES) .............................. 215 BOOK REVIEWS G. VÁGI: Mezőhegyes (K. Lányi) .............................................................................................................. 221 BOOKS RECEIVED Acknowledgement: The Hungarian Economic Society and the Hungarian Oil Industry Corporation (MOL) have contributed to covering the expenses of this issue. Only original papers will be published and a copy of the Publishing Agreement will be sent to the authors of papers accepted for publication. Manuscripts will be processed only after receiving the signed copy of the agreement. ©Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest 1995

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