Showing 1 - 10 of 24 for search: 'czech economic review'
  • 1
    Published
    2006-02-01
    Availability
    The Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland all experienced an initial reduction in the number of industries and an increase ... significant feature of financial deregulation in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland was that of freedom of capital movement ... industrial development in all three countries. Tests to indicate the impact of industrial production on economic growth, show ... Industrial Development: Subsequent Impact on Economic Growth in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland By: Patricia ... Deregulation and Industrial Development: Subsequent Impact on Economic Growth in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland ... Extraction from PhD in Economics (Financial Deregulation and Economic Growth in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland ... Economic Growth (Subject) ... F43 Economic Growth of Open Economies (Subject) ...

  • 2
    Published
    2008-05-01
    Availability
    sensitivity tests, we find that contractionary monetary policy shock has a negative effect on the degree of economic activity and ... -1161. Barro, R. (1972): A Theory of Monopolistic Price Adjustment, Review of Economic Studies, pp. 17- 26. Barth, M.J. and V ... Monetary Transmission Mechanism: A VAR Approach, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Economic Policy Review, 8/1, pp. 97 ... OECD Countries, European Economic Review, pp. 1543-1569. Dybczak, K., V. Flek, D. Hájková and J. Hurník (2006): Supply ...

  • 3
    Published
    2007-08-22 - Penn State
    Availability
    transition countries Russia, Armenia, and the Czech Republic have started to demonstrate regularities that can be used in some ... counter-cyclical measures. The models that I have developed may help the governments of transition countries in economic ... review of relevant literature. It focuses on the place of the model among forecasting approaches, compares the costs and ...

  • 4
    Published
    2006-10-01
    Availability
    This paper examines (real-time) equilibrium interest rates in the Czech Republic in 2001:1- 2005:12 estimating various ... , smaller risk premium and successful disinflation in the Czech economy. ... the Czech Republic Roman Horváth* Czech National Bank and Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University THIS ... , 1998. Monetary Policy Rules in Practice: Some International Evidence. European Economic Review 42, 1033-1067. Clarida ... , 239-262. Orphanides, Athanasios 2001. Monetary Policy Rules Based on Real-Time Data. American Economic Review 91, 964 ...

  • 5
    Published
    2008-06-01
    Availability
    The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of economic reforms on poverty levels in India during the period ... 1975 - 2006. We construct a comprehensive measure of economic reforms index made up of seven subcomponents and percentage ... is interesting to find that the current level of economic reforms is having a positive effect on poverty levels. But, the ... of Voting in Transition Countries, European Economic Review 44(8): 1491–1513. Fidrmuc, Jan, (2003): Economic Reform ... THE WILLIAM DAVIDSON INSTITUTE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN IMPACT OF ECONOMIC REFORMS ON ... Institute Working Paper Number 924 July 2008 1 IMPACT OF ECONOMIC REFORMS ON POVERTY – INDIAN EXPERIENCE Krishna ... Economic Reforms (Subject) ...

  • 6
    Published
    2006-07-01
    Availability
    markets in the central Europe (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia) together with the German and the US ... (except for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland) they returned almost to their initial (relatively low) levels. Moreover ... central Europe (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia) together with the German and the US stock markets ... for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland) they returned almost to their initial (relatively low) levels. Moreover ... Vysegrad countries (Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic) have attracted most of the attention of the researchers, while ...

  • 7
    Published
    2006-11-01
    Availability
    countries -- the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia, the CEE-5. Our pass-through estimates for several ... -through in five Central and Eastern European countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia, the CEE-5 ... size of the pass-through, too. It is generally observed that during periods of rapid economic growth, it is easier for ... for the periods under review 12 justifies the use of the cointegration techniques to determine the size of, and the ...

  • 8
    Published
    2007-11-01
    Author
    Availability
    This paper provides a comprehensive review of the factors that can cause price levels to diverge and which are at the ... . Having described in detail the underlying economic factors, we proceed to demonstrate the relative importance of these ... economic convergence may push up inflation rates in transition economies. Cyclical effects and regulated prices are found to be ... comprehensive review of the factors that can cause price levels to diverge and which are at the root of different inflation rates ... the underlying economic factors, we proceed to demonstrate the relative importance of these factors on observed ... obituary notice for the Balassa-Samuelson effect. Nevertheless, we show that other factors related to economic convergence ...

  • 9
    Published
    2008-09-01
    Availability
    In this paper the impact of market reforms on economic growth has been analyzed using the panel data for 26 post ... found that there is a statistically significant positive influence of economic reforms on economic growth in the long run ... . In addition, market reforms positively influence economic growth in the short-run, but with a one-year lag. The ... the positive influence of economic reforms on growth (see, for instance, Falcetti, Lysenko and Sanfey (2006) for a review ... economic growth has been analyzed using the panel data for 26 post-socialist economies over the period between 1989 and 2005 ... significant positive influence of economic reforms on economic growth in the long run. In addition, market reforms positively ... economic growth (Subject) ...

  • 10
    Published
    2008-09-01
    Availability
    temporary negative effect on the degree of economic activity and price level. We find that using output gap instead of GDP ... policy seems to follow the ECBís interest rates. On the other hand, spectacular Slovak economic growth is primarily driven by ... domestic factors suggesting the positive role of recently undertaken Slovak economic reforms. ... ? The Case of Slovakia Roman Horváth* Czech National Bank and Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University ... Maćkowiak (2006a), who finds that the external shocks explain 30% of long run variation in economic activity for the Czech ... , T. (2005) Monetary Policy and Exchange Rate Volatility in a Small Open Economy, Review of Economic Studies 72, no.3 ...

Questions? LIVE CHAT