History and present of many forms of cross border cooperation with focus on SMEs in Europe’s inner and outer borderlands and their economic impact.
A short presentation of yourself:
I'm a Master of Economics and International Relations from Budapest, Hungary and a Ph.D. student of the University of Pécs.
I research cross border economic cooperation possibilities between the border regions of Europe with focus on SMEs. This means inner border regions, like Hungary shares with Slovakia, Croatia and Italy shares with France, Austria and Slovenia. But I make research also on the outer borders of the Union, like the EU and Moldova/Ukraine partnership (RO-UA-MD ENPI CBC e.g.), which could ensure a peaceful future path for these laid-back regions and even for the Danube Region as a whole.
I'm recently attending a Ph.D. mobility, organized by the Erasmus Mundus Programme (Vilnius,Lithuania) at the Yuriy Fedkovich State University in Chernivtsi, Ukraine.