Entrepreneurial Inclinations in Hungary, 1988–94

  • György Lengyel
Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES)


Below I am going to briefly review some findings of Hungarian researches on entrepreneurial inclinations. The data for 1988 and 1990 without source indication come from TÁRKI’s (Social Research Informatics Center) representative surveys of 3,000 and 1,000 people, respectively. Data for 1992, 1993 and 1994 derive from the joint Hungarian Household Panel Survey of 4,509, 4,298 and 4,028 people, respectively, by Budapest University of Economic Sciences, Department of Sociology, Central Statistical Office and TÁRKI. Entrepreneurial inclination was measured by the ‘Would you like to be an entrepreneur?’ question. Potential entrepreneurs are those who answered ‘Yes’ to this question.


Private Firm Potential Entrepreneur Ideological Reason Transfer Account Entrepreneurial Ambition 
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