Guest lecturer: The Survival of the Developmental State in Globalization

4/25/2019 4:30 PM | Faculty of Management, Koper, Trg Brolo 12, lecture room B2

guest lecturer 



Assist. prof. László Fikó, PhD
Partium Christian University, Oradea, Romania



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Koper ǀ 25 April 2019 ǀ at 4:30 pm
Faculty of Management ǀ Trg Brolo 12 ǀ lecture room B2




László Fikó is an assistant professor at Partium Christian University, Oradea, Romania. He completed his PhD degree at University of Debrecen, Hungary. His main research area is international political economy. He teaches Economics, EU studies, Micro- and Macroeconomics seminars.


During the 2007–2009 global financial crisis the role of the state has acquired more importance in economic procedures. Such global economic developments bring especially about the study of the Asian developmental states, because the only truly successful government conducted industrial program occurred in such Asian states. However, Asian economies faced serious crisis in the 90s, which meant the end of previously used developmental models. Therefore, in this lecture the lecturer is attempting to answers to the following question: how and in what context can the Asian developmental state survive in the globalized world?

The lecture will be delivered in the framework of the Master's Degree in Economics and Finance, double degree with the Moscow State University Lomonosov, in the subject International economy, delivered by prof. dr. Štefan Bojnec.



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