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Vol 12, No 3-4 (2021)

Published December 31, 2021

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A PÉNZÜGYI KULTÚRA ÉS TUDATOSSÁG MEGHATÁROZÁSA ÉS MAGYARORSZÁGI HELYZETE

In our today's modern society, the ability to handle economic and financial issues is becoming increasingly important. This is true for investment and banking professionals, but it is true for everyone who has to make responsible decisions in their daily lives, including young adults. The ability to make a good decision is commonly referred to ...as economic competence, economic literacy, or financial literacy. Defining and measuring financial literacy has long been cared by private, business and public institutions and organizations, both nationally and internationally. Financial education has already started in Hungary, in different sectors, with different actors. The education and upbringing have an undisputed role of in this, in my view, the younger we start it, the more effective it is. In this study, we review the possible definition of the concept of financial literacy, the status in Hungary and the development path.

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT METHODS

Performance assessment - assessment of the financial and economic performance of companies - is of particular importance both in determining the performance of individual companies and in comparing companies. There are numerous different frameworks and different methods of performance assessment in the scientific literature and in business prac...tice. With the expansion of globalisation and the emergence of a new economy, the focus on this topic is even more prominent. The aim of the present article is to review the literature on performance assessment and to describe two selected frameworks in more detail.

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ÜZLETI EREDMÉNYT BEFOLYÁSOLÓ TÉNYEZŐK ELEMZÉSE MAGYARORSZÁGI ÉLELMISZER KISKERESKEDELMI VÁLLALKOZÁSOKNÁL: ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING EBIT IN FOOD RETAILER ENTERPRISES IN HUNGARY

The aim of the article is to present some of the factors influencing the EBIT based on qualitative data with the help of the questionnaire filled in by the company managers / owners in relation to the examined food retailer companies operating in Hungary. Define a dependent-independent relationship between the examined variables, thus providing... a basis for further quantitative research.

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TÖRÖKORSZÁG ÉS AZ EURÓPAI UNIÓ KAPCSOLATAINAK FEJLŐDÉSE ÉS JÖVŐJE

Relations between Turkey and the European Union can be traced back to the emergence of the legal predecessors of the EU. Relations are positive in the long term, as there is a gradual approach between the parties. In the short term however, this relationship is also experiencing extreme swings. In the past, gradual approach has been interru...pted by military coups and invasions. There was also a problem due to the different approaches to several issues, in which the actors examined the status of Turkey from different perspectives and whether it could even be considered a European country. Today, Turkey is overshadowing its own accession to the European Union because of its regional political interests in the Middle East. With this behavior, Turkey can create significant tensions with neighboring European Union countries or become part of conflicts with a doubtful outcome that will damage its own perception of Europe. The social changes that have started in the country may pave the way for Turkey to enter the European Union in the foreseeable future. However, as it stands, it will take decades. The parties will not terminate their economic relations, change is possible at the political level.

 

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A change in the organizational role of controllers – the Hungarian situation based on a questionnaire survey

Based on the literature, the author presents the development of the corporate controlling function, its basic tasks, and the development of the role of the controller. Based on the results of the literature, a questionnaire survey was conducted among Hungarian controllers and managers. Based on the answers of the respondents, the author gives a...n idea of ​​the situation of the work of controller. According to the results of the descriptive, non-representative, guiding research, the respondents think about the ideal role of controlling similarly to those described in the literature, but it differs from those experienced during work. Controllers mainly take the role of reporters in the organizations of respondents, the roles of decision supporter navigators and advanced business partners are less frequent. Respondents tend to agree that the future may bring changes to controller tasks, and their role will be strengthened.

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Investigation of the trends related to the electric car industry

Our World tries to modernize and make environmental friendly the car industry. Related to this the electric cars have been modernized significantly. As a result the efficiency and the demand of these types of cars have grown. Many domestic consumers would change their cars for an electric type, however their financial budget is not big enough t...o afford it. In the spirit of this the government created its own supporting system to help the consumers. In my investigation I compare the domestic and some other european supporting systems. In addition I show the pro and cons related the electromobility, the new market trends and I also show where the electric car industry stands.

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ACCRUAL BASIS OF ACCOUNTING IN THE HUNGARIAN ACCOUNTING LAW COMPARED TO USGAAP AND IFRS

The aim of the article is to illustrate the impact of the application of the accrual basis of accounting and matching principle in the financial statements of entities regardless of the accounting system used. The accounting for accruals in different accounting regulations is briefly presented in the paper; in accordance with the Hungarian Acco...unting Act, US GAAP, and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

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COVID-19 AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIAN MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE (MSMEs)

The devastating impact of COVID-19 extends beyond health concerns; the coronavirus outbreak has rapidly transformed into an environmental, social and economic emergency. The global pandemic has prompted businesses to adopt innovative business models and re-strategize corporate social responsibility (CSR) in order to cope with the g...lobal challenges triggered by COVID-19. Micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) are hit the hardest as they lack adequate resources to strive in these difficult times. This paper is a review article that uses secondary data to analysis COVID-19 pandemic and the CSR of MSMEs' in Nigeria. The study concludes that COVID-19 has a significant effect on MSMEs' CSR. Therefore, the study recommends that CSR projects should be compatible with government policies and plans to have a wider and even more sustainable effect. CSR engagement would be more fruitful if MSMEs embrace collective corporate social responsibility.

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