Uneven Development in the Hungarian ‘eEconomy’: Who are the Winners and Losers?   Csaba Mako  Institute of Sociology – Hun...
Mainstream Approaches on the Transformation Economies <ul><li>’ Institutional Vacuum view’ </li></ul><ul><li>‘ path–depend...
Cycles of the Transformation Process <ul><li>1.  ‘Destruction-reconstruction Cycle’ </li></ul><ul><li>2. Creative Cycle an...
Emergence Project (2000-2003) (1.) Typology of eWork Type of workplace Contractual or legal   Internal employees Outsource...
Emergence Project (2000-2003) (2.) <ul><li>G eneric  B usiness  F unctions or  Delocalised in the form of e-Work </li></ul...
Emergence Project (2000-2003) (3.) Diffusion of e-Work in EU (15) and NAS (3) Countries   Countries Share of eWork Austria...
Emergence Project (2000-2003) (4.) Top Ten Destination for eWork, absolute and per capita   Absolute Per capita Poland (PO...
Emergence Project (2000-2003) (5.)  Diffusion of eWork By Size of the Firm (%)   Size of firm Region/County Use of eWork N...
Emergence Project (2000-2003) (6.)  The Children’s Access to Internet and the Household’ Social Situation – in the Case of...
Emergence Project (2000-2003) (7.)  Children Learning Foreign Language in Families with School Age Children and belonging ...
More information <ul><li>http://www.socio.mta.hu/sow </li></ul><ul><li>Csaba Mako:  [email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>Than...
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  1. 1. Uneven Development in the Hungarian ‘eEconomy’: Who are the Winners and Losers? Csaba Mako Institute of Sociology – Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  2. 2. Mainstream Approaches on the Transformation Economies <ul><li>’ Institutional Vacuum view’ </li></ul><ul><li>‘ path–dependency approach’ </li></ul>
  3. 3. Cycles of the Transformation Process <ul><li>1. ‘Destruction-reconstruction Cycle’ </li></ul><ul><li>2. Creative Cycle and the role of e-Economy </li></ul>
  4. 4. Emergence Project (2000-2003) (1.) Typology of eWork Type of workplace Contractual or legal   Internal employees Outsourced Individualised (away from “office” premises) Employed tele-homeworkers Mobile employees   Freelance eWorkers or mobile workers (=“eLancer”) Collective (on shared “office” premises) Remote back offices/call centres Employees working in telecottages or other third party premises Specialist business service supply companies Outsourced call centres (=eService suppliers)
  5. 5. Emergence Project (2000-2003) (2.) <ul><li>G eneric B usiness F unctions or Delocalised in the form of e-Work </li></ul><ul><li>customer service, including providing information, counselling and advice </li></ul><ul><li>sales (telemarketing and mobile sales) </li></ul><ul><li>data processing, typing and other forms of data input </li></ul><ul><li>software development, maintenance and support </li></ul><ul><li>accounting, debt collection and other financial services </li></ul><ul><li>Human Resource Management and training </li></ul><ul><li>design, editorial and other forms of creative or content-generating work including research and development </li></ul>
  6. 6. Emergence Project (2000-2003) (3.) Diffusion of e-Work in EU (15) and NAS (3) Countries Countries Share of eWork Austria 53 Belgium 50 Denmark 59 France 29 Germany 31 Greece 74 Hungary 67 Ireland 28 Italy 60 Netherlands 58 Poland 63 Spain 56 Sweden 60 UK 42 All 49
  7. 7. Emergence Project (2000-2003) (4.) Top Ten Destination for eWork, absolute and per capita Absolute Per capita Poland (POL) Region Bruxelles (BE1) Czech Republic (CZE) Bremen (DE5) London (UK1) Nord-Nederland (NL1) Baden-Wurttember (DE1) Czech Republic (CZE) Nordrhein-Westfalen (DEA) Poland (POL) Noreste (ES2) Hamburg (DE6) Comunidad de Madrid (ES3) London (UK1) Lombardia (IT2) Berlin (DE3) Hungary (HUN) Luxemburg (LUX) Bayern (DE2) Sur (ES6)
  8. 8. Emergence Project (2000-2003) (5.) Diffusion of eWork By Size of the Firm (%) Size of firm Region/County Use of eWork No Yes Total 50– 200 employees     EU (15) 58.3 41.7 100.0 NAS (3) 35.8 64.5 100.0 Czech Republic 26.3 73.7 100.0 Hungary 45.2 54.8 100.0 Poland 35.7 64.3 100.0 Total 54.2 45.8 100.0 More than 200 employees     EU (15) 55.6 44.4 100.0 NAS (3) 28.1 71.9 100.0 Czech Republic 17.8 82.2 100.0 Hungary 24.3 75.7 100.0 Poland 32.1 67.9 100.0 Total 50.4 49.6 100.0
  9. 9. Emergence Project (2000-2003) (6.) The Children’s Access to Internet and the Household’ Social Situation – in the Case of Households with School-Age Children(%) None of the school-age children use Internet There is an Internet user among the school-age children Of them Internet used only in the school Internet used only at home or at home, too Internet is used in another site Total Multiple disadvantaged situation 59.2 40.8 91.6 8.4 0.0 100.0 Disadvantaged situation 40.6 59.4 81.9 17.2 0.8 100.0 Appropriate social situation 21.8 78.2 49.7 49.8 0.5 100.0 Favourable social situation 21.8 78.2 49.7 49.8 0.0 100.0 Total 24.9 75.1 51.9 47.6 0.5 100.0
  10. 10. Emergence Project (2000-2003) (7.) Children Learning Foreign Language in Families with School Age Children and belonging to the Various Social Status (%) None of the school-age children learn foreign language Some of the school-age children is learning foreign language Of them Only in the school In the school but in an increased number of hours In the school and participate in the private course, too Total Multiple disadvantaged situation 29.6 70.4 96.5 2.7 0.8 100.0 Disadvantaged situation 20.9 79.1 91.6 6.4 2.0 100.0 Appropriate social situation 12.2 87.8 82.1 10.6 7.3 100.0 Favourable social situation 11.0 89.0 71.2 17.5 11.4 100.0 Total 13.9 86.1 83.2 10.2 6.7 100.0
  11. 11. More information <ul><li>http://www.socio.mta.hu/sow </li></ul><ul><li>Csaba Mako: [email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>Thank you for your kind attention! </li></ul>

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