A controversial populist regime hasn’t stopped Hungary from outperforming its EU neighbors. But much depends on other EU economies and keeping inflation under control.
One Hungarian is helping innovators come together and get started.
With popular elected leaders and strong growth in their economies, the sometimes-feisty CEE nations are standing tall—and keeping an eye on corruption and labor costs.
The tax wedge is the ratio of total labor taxes to total labor costs. It is often lower for families with children and single parents with children than for individuals or couples without children. The tax wedge has an impact on employment growth.