Capitalism is not a unitary system. It has been changing both in time, and geographically. Central and Eastern Europe has adopted a uniquely new form of capitalism after 1989: Foreign Direct Investment Dependent capitalism. It is unlike Western forms. Has it been successful? We speak with the inventor of this scientific category, Professor Andreas Nölke.
A joint event of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Hungary and New Equality magazine for social theory.
18:00 Welcome by Jörg Bergstermann, head of FES Budapest
18:05- Panel discussion
Prof Andreas Nölke, Goethe Universitat Frankfurt
Prof Zoltán Gál, University of Pécs
Moderated by: Zoltán Pogátsa, editor in chief of New Equality
Followed by discussion with the audience