Economic patriotism: the concept, the prerequisites for the emergence in Central and Eastern Europe (the practice of Hungary)
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Economic patriotism: the concept, the prerequisites for the emergence in Central and Eastern Europe (the practice of Hungary)
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Svetlana Glinkina 
Occupation: Head of the International Economic and Political Studies Department of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Department of General Economic Theory, Moscow M.V. Lomonosov State University
Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Moscow M.V. Lomonosov State University
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow

The article discusses the state's growing role in the country's economic system during and after the global financial and economic crisis. The theoretical bases of “economic patriotism”, the prerequisites for the formation of this phenomenon in the post socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the effectiveness of these tools are shown on the example of the new economic policy in Hungary.

economic patriotism, state interventionism, the paradox of neo-liberal democracy, transformational reforms, the European Union, the new economic policy in Hungary
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