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Talking Veszprém
This content is available only in Hungarian.
Ferenc Miszlivetz: I remain a civilian
This content is available only in Hungarian.
Social Services Today and Tomorrow to ensure Equal Access and Resilience
The volume presents in detail the conference theme, abstracts of the presentations, brief introductions of the speakers, and includes publications based partly on the presentations given at the conference and partly on further research on the topics.
Norbert Kroó: Revolutions in XXIst Century Science and Technology
This book is an expanded version, complete with examples, of lectures on twenty-first-century science and technologies.
Ferenc Miszlivetz - István Sümegi - Gábor Szabó - Ildikó Szommer - Erzsébet Tokaji Nagy: Heroic Times
This content is available only in Hungarian.
Stories of Keszthely
This content is available only in Hungarian.
Citizens of Kőszeg
This content is available only in Hungarian.
Environmental, sustainability and climate protection objectives and programme of the municipalities of the Association of Pannonian Cities
This content is available only in Hungarian!
Tamás Fejérdy: Talking Colours
This paper does not deal with colours, their use nor effects in general but focuses on a well-defined area, the colour of the façades of historic buildings.
Review of Economic Theory and Policy (Special Issue by iASK)
Review of Economic Theory and Policy Special Issue, Vol 16. No 3. (2021)
Edit Balázs: Pannonian Values: the Jewish Community in Körmend
If you are interested in the Hungarian past, you will surely take with interest the work of Edit Balázs, which tells the story of the 150 years history of the Jews of Körmend.
Iván Bába-Iván Gyurcsík-Csaba G. Kiss: Central Europe 2020 - A Hungarian Perspective
Should Central Europe abandon essential components of its identity in order to conform to Western Europe, so that the fate of Europe could be turned in a “good direction,” or is it possible that a deeper integration of the two macro-regions will emerge, where the two, Western and Central parts of equal rank unite to create a genuinely and deeply integrated Europe?