The main aim of this project was to carry out interdisciplinary research in the field of economic history in the Carpathian Basin and to contextualize the Hungarian economic activities in the European system of production between the eleventh and the sixteenth century. The first part of the project focused on the collection of relevant sources and on the critical re-evaluation of the secondary literature. As a result of this we have produced a textbook for university students dealing with the aspects of economic history in their studies in different fields. In the second phase, a major research project was developed and it has been supported by the OTKA scheme (Hungarian Reserch Support Scheme). This part of project was led by the late Prof. A. Kubinyi, a leading scholar of medieval studies in Hungary. After his death József Laszlovszky took over the organization of the project. With the participation of 25 scholars from different academic institutions (and with the participation of professors and PhD students from CEU Medieval Studies Department) we have produced the first comprehensive study on the medieval economic history of Hungary, based on written, archaeological and environmental-scientific sources, also studying the changes of the material culture in this context. The volume has been selected for publication by Brill Publisher, in one of the most distinguished publication series on Central-European topics. Members of the research team have already presented several papers on the subject at international conferences (e.g. World Economic History Congress, Utrecht 2009), which can be used as foundation for this new English-language monograph. The research scheme is focusing now on the re-working of the manuscript for an international audience. The volume (editors: J. Laszlovszky, B. Nagy. and P. Szabó) should be presented for the publisher in March 2011.