History of economic thought, theories of distribution, the Post-Keynesian theory of growth and distribution. Languages (especially Scottish Gaelic and Turkish).
Ph.D. 2003. Budapest University of Economic Sciences
Professor Horváth has taught courses in the history of economic thought at Corvinus University since 1997, and courses in micro- and macroeconomics at the Budapest Business School since 1992. His research has examined post-Keynesian income distribution and income determination theories and early Hungarian economic thought in sources written mainly in Latin and German.
Principles of Economics
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