An In Depth Look at Hungary

Esperanta Rompa (Editor)

Series: European Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: POE005030

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An In Depth Look at Hungary opens with a chapter suggesting that socio-economic inequalities are one of the most relevant barriers to healthcare access in Hungary. Some mechanisms for decision-making are studied using content-analysis according to the Hungarian health policy strategies and concepts.

Next, this collection provides an overview of the Hungarian teacher education system, describing social and cultural features of the country as well the main parameters of the Hungarian education system.

The authors investigate the development of irregular armed forces comprised of local citizens which were deployed in border protection. Border protection has received increased attention in modern times, particularly regarding the mountain ranges which serve as a natural defensive zone when entering the country.

The concluding chapter demonstrates those instruments by which an excessively polarized society could be prevented in the near future.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Health Inequality and Its Regional Disparities in Hungary: A Case Study on the Role of Access to Health Care
(Annamaria Uzzoli, Attila Bán, Szilvia Beke, Viktor Pál and József Vitrai, Institute for Regional Studies, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, and others)

Chapter 2. Features of the Hungarian Teacher Education System
(Katinka Bacskai, Veronika Bocsi, Ágnes Engler and Gabriella Pusztai, Faculty of Arts, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary, and others)

Chapter 3. Protection of the Bohemian Crown's Eastern Border Within the Kingdom of Hungary: The Form and Structure of Units Deployed in Border Protection in the Early Modern Period
(Martin Krůl and Jan Saheb, PhD, Centre for Economic and Social History, University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic)

Chapter 4. New Crisis – New Answers
(Attila Moizs, PhD, Faculty of Economic Science, Kaposvár University, Kaposvár, Hungary)

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"This book continues the traditions of this series and approaches some socio-economic and historical aspects Hungary’s development. The book consists of four chapters, which were written altogether by twelve contributors." READ MORE... - Dániel Szilágyi, Regional Analyst, Hungarian Central Statistical Office, Budapest, Hungary

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