Hungary’s Unacknowledged Leadership

OVI Magazine, May 2, 2016


Returning from Hungary, I was impressed by the breadth and depth of the courses offered by the Corvinus Hungarian Business School, which does not play second chair to U.S. universities. The admissions process, the scoring of applications, the transparency of decisions, and the competition for seats, were heartening indications of a market economy.

The country’s strategic position in the heart of Europe, a highly ­developed logistics system, and traditional role as a trading post make it important as a regional production and distribution center. Porsche, General Motors, and ...

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