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                       to the European Integration studies

Aims and Scope

The aim of the journal is to publish articles on the legal, economic, political and cultural
sides of the European integration process.

Two issues a year (approximately 150 pages per issue)

Submission of Manuscripts

Submission of manuscript implies that paper has not been published, nor is being
considered for publication elsewhere and that permission for publication, if needed, has
already been obtained from appropriate sources.

    1.   Manuscripts submitted should not exceed 35000 characters (including spacing).
         Reviews and reports should be 7-8000 in length.
    2.   Please submit typed-printed manuscripts on standard-sized paper. In addition, the
         text should be submitted on disc or by email. The journal accepts manuscripts in
         doc. format
    3.   A brief English-language summary is requested.
    4.   Information on authors should include: name, academic degree, affiliation,
         country, field of research, telephone, email.
    5.   References to literature in the text should include the name of the author and the
         date of publications (Benedict 1935)
    6.   List of sources and references should appear at the end of the paper in alphabetical
         order using the following format:
         Book: author (date of publication), title, place of publication, publisher.
         Article: author (date of publication), title, periodical (volume), number of issue,
         page numbers.
Responsible for publication: Rector of the University of Miskolc
Published by the Miskolc University Press under leadership of Dr. József PÉTER
Responsible for duplication: works manager Mária KOVÁCS
Number of copies printed: 250
Put to the Press on 18 December, 2009
Number of permission: TNO 2008-520 ME

                                                               HU ISSN 1588-6735
                             A SHORT HISTORY

The University of Miskolc (Hungary) was founded by the Empress Maria Teresia in Selmecbánya in
1735. After the first World War the university moved to Sopron, where in 1929, it started the series of
university publications with the title Publications of the Mining and Metallurgical Division of the
Hungarian Academy of Mining and Forestry Engineering (Volumes I.-VI.). From 1934 to 1947 the
Institution became the Faculty of Mining, Metallurgical and Forestry Engineering of the József Nádor
University of Technology and Economical Sciences at Sopron. The publications got the title
Publications of the Mining and Metallurgical Engineering Division (Volumes VII.-XVI.). For the last
volume before 1950 - due to a further change in the name of the Institution - Technical University,
Faculties of Mining, Metallurgical and Forestry Engineering, Publications of the Mining and
Metallurgical Divisions was the title. For some years after 1950 the Publications were temporarily
suspended. After the foundation of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Miskolc in 1949 and the
movement of the Sopron Mining and Metallurgical Faculties to Miskolc the Publications restarted
with the general title Publications of the Technical University of Heavy Industry in 1955. Four new
series - Series A (Mining), Series B (Metallurgy), Series C (Machinery) and Series D (Natural
Sciences) - were founded in 1976. These came out both in foreign languages (English, German and
Russian) and in Hungarian. In 1990, right after the foundation of some new faculties, the university
was renamed to University of Miskolc. At the same time the structure of the Publications was
reorganized so that it could follow the faculty structure. Accordingly three new series were
established: Series E (Legal Sciences), Series F (Economical Sciences) and Series G (Humanities and
Social Sciences). The latest series, i.e., the series H (European Integration Studies) was founded in
2002. The eight series are formed by some periodicals and such publications which come out with
various frequencies.

In 1998, the European Studies Centre was established at the University of Miskolc. Its operation is
based on the academic staff of seven faculties of the university, focused on the theoretical and
practical issues of the European integration and on the accession of Hungary to the EU, primarily in
relation with themes of legal harmonization, economic and political integration, as well as the history
and operation of the different institutions of the EU. The four main themes are dealt with in the frame
of the following activities: education (undergraduate EU-modules and postgraduate courses), research
(legal harmonization and economic catching-up), training for target groups (for civil servants,
secondary school teachers and for the representatives of the business life) and networking (co-
operation with Hungarian and foreign partner institutions). In spring 2001, it was decided that in co-
operation with the foreign partners the results of the research work carried out in the frame of the ESC
shall be published in foreign language regularly. This led to the launching of a periodical entitled:

European Integration Studies - Series “H”

We believe that the philosophy of the Editorial Board - competence, openness, tolerance and equal
treatment - of which members are outstanding foreign and Hungarian experts shall guarantee the high
professional level and the up-to-dateness of the publication. We kindly encourage our readers and all
interested to contact the authors as well as the Editorial Board with their comments and suggestions.
We also hope that this new periodical will contribute to the international reputation of the University
of Miskolc.

                           European Integration Studies
                            Volume 7, Number 2 (2009)



Anita, Paulovits,
Zsuzsa, Stpita: Academic Freedom in Europe                                       3-14

J. Ede, Szilágyi: The Position of the Hungarian Agricultural Legislation
                  in the Tendencies of the Legislation Concerning the European
                  Agricultural Holdings                                          15-30

András Horváth: Cartels and the Commission’s Current Investigation, Enforcement
                and Decision-Making Powers                                      31-42

Imre, Mátyás:    Good Faith and Legal Unification                                43-49

Zoltán, Nagy,
Zoltán, Varga:   Social Insurance Rules in the Case of Posting                   51-57

Rita, Rácz:      How Will Change the Role of the National Parliaments
                 in the European Union with the Entry Into Force
                 of the Lisbon Treaty                                            59-67

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