Background study to prepare the Hungarian Investment Incentive strategy
Ministry of Economy and Transport
Aim of the project:
The project aimed at analysing how the Hungarian investment incentive policy should be changed and what the main priorities of the investment incentive policy should be to increase the value of the foreign direct investments in Hungary and whether the so-called 'one stop shop' system should be broadened to the investments between EUR 10-50 million.
In the project the authors summarised the literature and the empirics of foreign direct investment incentive policies, analysed the Hungarian factor markets, namely capital and labour market, and examined the incentive strategies of ten European countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Greece, Ireland, Poland, Germany, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Spain) in comparison with the Hungarian regime. The policy recommendations - which were the main aim of the project - were based on all the aforementioned chapters’ conclusions.
Further information on the project is available from Péter Bilek (firstname.lastname@example.org).