2014/2-3

Conceptions and Misconceptions of Hostels Worldwide

by Réka Somlai Present research is inspired to study the conceptions and misconceptions of hostels in eight different countries (Spain, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Hungary, Venezuela, China, Australia). The outcome of the research reports that the participants in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany and in Hungary define hostels…

Examination of Enterpreneurship Ecosystem in Debrecen from the Direction of Open Innovation Spaces

by Adrienn Horváth Innovation is not just a technology, but it is rather a comprehensive vision of what the future should look like and which requires changes in many ambits. Innovation is driven by people’s needs, ambitions and dreams, and it is necessary that people at different positions in the…

A comparative analysis of the profitability of pineapple-mango blend and pineapple fruit juice processing in Ghana

by Michael K. Asante & John K. M. Kuwornu This study analyzes the profitability of fruit juice processing using data from Kudors Fruit Juice Limited at Kasoa in Ghana. The cost involved in fruit juice processing (which includes the capital cost and the operating cost) was obtained from the Company.…

Some Thoughts on the Repayment Methods of Hungarian Household Forex Loans

by Barbara Sepsi & Veronika Fenyves Nowadays the volatility of exchange rates and the macroeconomic changes strongly affect the monthly instalments of the debtors. The growth of delayed forex loans – mostly denominated in Swiss Franc and Euro – can include a high risk, which as a part of a…

Potential of vertical and horizontal integration in the Hungarian fish product chain

by  Szűcs István & Szőllősi László After the economic and political transformation, the output and resource utilization of the Hungarian fish production sector decreased less than in other livestock sectors, and it managed to preserve its income position. As a consequence of the relatively low level of the implemented innovative…