Budapest Telegraph

Au revoir social mobility 2/2

In Hungary research has shown that social mobility has been decreasing for decades. The ranks of underclasses are swelling, and inadequate schooling inhibits underprivileged children from working their way up.

  intragenerational mobility  social mobility

07-02-2015

Au revoir social mobility 1/2

In Hungary research has shown that social mobility has been decreasing for decades. The ranks of underclasses are swelling, and inadequate schooling inhibits underprivileged children from working their way up.

  intragenerational mobility  social mobility

07-01-2015

Personal space is cramped in Hungarian prisons

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has obliged Hungary to pay damages to six prison inmates because their area of personal space was less than three square meters.

  crowded prisons  personal space  house arrest

06-30-2015

Money can't buy happiness - economists say - 4/4

Fact: capitalism can't make people happy. But is it still viable? “Magyar Nemzet” has put this question to four Hungarian economists, Magdolna Csath, Zoltán Pogátsa, Sarolta Baritz and Péter Róna.

  ethical economics  péter róna  capitalism  happiness

06-25-2015

Money can't buy happiness - economists say - 3/4

Fact: capitalism can't make people happy. But is it still viable? “Magyar Nemzet” has put this question to four Hungarian economists, Magdolna Csath, Zoltán Pogátsa, Sarolta Baritz and Péter Róna.

  sarolta laura baritz  happiness

06-24-2015

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