A Literature Review On The Development Phases Of Hungarian Pig Industry (1990-2003) Part II

  • Vinkler Belane Budapest Metropolitan University, Heller Farkas Faculty of Tourism and Economy, Institute of Economics, Hungary
  • Beatrix Lenkovics Budapest University of Economy, Department of Hospitality
  • Csilla Kalmar-Rimoczi Pallasz Athéné University, University Faculty of Szolnok, Department of Tourism and Catering, Hungary


In the course of our socio-economic development regional issues get disparate emphasis in differing time cross-sectional views. There are periods when they are discarded from the centre of attention, while other times come to the forefront and Hungary devote special attention to the changes in regional differentiation, the inequalities in development levels, and the formation of structural diversity. This fluctuation of interest is connected to the constant changes in global, regional and local trends, the internal and external factors and processes as well as their outcomes based on their subtle interdependence. While in our world of globalisation markets are global, company strategies are global, innovations also spread globally, lasting competitive advantages remain local. This paradox of global versus local also underlines the importance of regional analyses (Abonyi & Vinkler, 2012). Part II follows the period before Hungary’s accession to the European Union, highlighting all the events and changes that resulted in the profound transition of the country’s economy impacting also our foreign markets. This period stretches from 1990 to 2003.


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Belane, V., Lenkovics, B., & Kalmar-Rimoczi, C. (2016). A Literature Review On The Development Phases Of Hungarian Pig Industry (1990-2003) Part II. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 12(23), 412. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2016.v12n23p412