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Acta Oeconomica

2011 - 2017

Current editor(s): Mihályi, Péter

From Akadémiai Kiadó, Hungary
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Volume 67, issue supplement1, 2017

The Kaldorian Conference Series. Editor’s preface pp. 7-9 Downloads
László Andor and Peter Mihalyi
Nicholas Kaldor’s Life and Insights into the Applied Economics of Growth pp. 11-30 Downloads
Anthony Thirlwall
Stylised Facts pp. 31-35 Downloads
Robert Skidelsky
Kaldor after Ricardo, Keynes and Kalecki: Perspectives on Theory and Policies pp. 37-46 Downloads
Stuart Holland
Kaldor and Kornai on Economics without Equilibrium – Two Life Courses pp. 47-66 Downloads
Peter Mihalyi
Labour Productivity Growth Slowdown: An Effect of Economic Stagnation Rather than its Cause? pp. 67-77 Downloads
Leon Podkaminer
The Impact of Experts on Tax Policy in Post-War Britain and Sweden pp. 79-96 Downloads
Per F. Andersson
Persistent Growth Slowdowns in Fast-Growing Middle-Income Economies pp. 97-111 Downloads
Krisztina Sőreg
Neoclassical versus Kaldorian Explanations of Southern Europe’s Productivity Slowdown pp. 113-135 Downloads
Alberto Bagnai and Christian Alexander Mongeau Ospina
Supporting Sustainability and Reducing Inequality: Is there a Conflict between Them? pp. 137-155 Downloads
Frances Stewart
Káldor versus Varga – The Hungarian Three-Year Economic Reconstruction Plan of 1947 pp. 157-173 Downloads
André Mommen
The Intra-EU Migration Challenge in the Light of Kaldor’s Legacy pp. 175-196 Downloads
Anita Pelle
Program of the Conference “Economic Growth and Social Equity. Nicholas Kaldor’s Legacy in the 21st Century”, 30 September 2016 – Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary pp. 197-202 Downloads
Organizers

Volume 67, issue 2, 2017

What Determines the Permanent Emigration of Poles? The Analysis of the Spatial Diversification of Causes in three Economic Age Groups pp. 149-172 Downloads
Karolina Lewandowska-Gwarda and Elżbieta Antczak
Understanding Emigration Propensity of Romanian Teachers. Does Ethnicity Play a Role? pp. 173-193 Downloads
Zizi Goschin, Angel-Alex Hăisan and Mihai Avornicului
European Integration Perspectives: From Cohesion to Divergence? pp. 195-214 Downloads
Vedran Recher and Nataša Kurnoga
Persisting Inequality: A Case of Probabilistic Drive towards Divergence pp. 215-234 Downloads
Robin Maialeh
Determinants of Government Bond Spreads and Contagion between 2001–2014 pp. 235-256 Downloads
Kristóf Gyódi
Realism in Economics: The New Classical Case pp. 257-279 Downloads
Péter Galbács

Volume 67, issue 1, 2017

Change in the Ownership Policy Paradigm in Poland: State Control vs. Privatisation pp. 1-20 Downloads
Piotr Kozarzewski and Maciej Bałtowski
Financial Distress and Ownership Structure: The Case of Serbia pp. 21-41 Downloads
Dragana Radjen and Nemanja Stanisic
Intrapreneurs and Entrepreneurs – Do They Differ in Romania? pp. 43-61 Downloads
Annamária Dézsi-Benyovszki and Tünde Petra Szabó
Solvency Effects of Taxation: A Comparison of Hungarian Banks and Insurance Companies pp. 63-75 Downloads
Borbála Szüle
Determinants of the Exports of Hungary: Trade Theory and the Gravity Model pp. 77-97 Downloads
László Erdey and Andrea Pöstényi
CEE’s Export Instability toward East Asian Markets: Evidence from Panel ARDL Models pp. 99-115 Downloads
Shoiw-Mei Tseng
Is There a Non-Linear Relationship between Trade and Growth? A Panel Threshold Analysis for Central and Eastern European Countries pp. 117-136 Downloads
Pelin Varol İyidoğan, Başak Dalgıç and Hale Akbulut

Volume 66, issue supplement1, 2016

Grexit, Brexit – The future of Europe. Editor’s preface pp. 1-3 Downloads
Peter Mihalyi
Brexit and the Cat pp. 5-19 Downloads
Ádám Török
The future of the European Union: Towards a functional federalism pp. 21-48 Downloads
Marek Dabrowski
Economic disintegration of the European Union: Not unavoidable, but probable pp. 49-60 Downloads
Leon Podkaminer
The EU at sixty: A watershed or business as usual? (Comparing Grexit to Brexit) pp. 61-75 Downloads
László Csaba
Grexit and Brexit: Rational choice, compatibility, and coercive adaptation pp. 77-91 Downloads
Steven Rosefielde
Brexit: The end or the beginning of a long road pp. 93-110 Downloads
Balázs H. Váradi, Tímea Várnai and Barnabás Virág
The future of European integration and Brexit: Is Brexit only Brexit? pp. 111-136 Downloads
Bruno Dallago
Brexit: Reasons and challenges pp. 137-156 Downloads
Miklós Somai and Zsuzsánna Biedermann

Volume 66, issue 4, 2016

The System Paradigm Revisited. Clarification and Additions in the Light of Experiences in the Post-Socialist Region pp. 547-596 Downloads
János Kornai
Effects of Fiscal Rules on Budgetary Outcomes: The Case of the European Union Member States pp. 597-616 Downloads
Agata Szymanska
Export Specialisation and Output Synchronisation in the Euro Area: The Case of Southern Countries pp. 617-637 Downloads
Sofia Gouveia
Openness and the Strength of Monetary Transmission: International Evidence pp. 639-659 Downloads
Bruno Ćorić, Lena Malešević Perović and Vladimir Šimić
Mutual Trustworthiness as a Governance Mechanism in Business Relationships – A Dyadic Data Analysis pp. 661-684 Downloads
Andrea Gelei and Imre Dobos
Technical Efficiency and Total Factor Productivity in the Kazakh Banking Industry pp. 685-709 Downloads
Adnan Kasman and Kamila Mekenbayeva

Volume 66, issue 3, 2016

Does Inflation Targeting Work Well? Evidence from CEE Countries pp. 375-392 Downloads
Chen Wang
On the Neutrality of Money in CEE (EU Member) States: A Panel Cointegration Analysis pp. 393-418 Downloads
Marinko Škare, Manuel Benazić and Daniel Tomić
The Psychology of Investing: Stock Market Recommendations and Their Impact on Investors’ Decisions (The Example of the Polish Stock Market) pp. 419-437 Downloads
Jakub Keller and Radoslaw Pastusiak
Diagnosing Cluster Competitiveness Using Firm-Level Data in the Profit–Growth Nexus Framework pp. 439-463 Downloads
Áron Perényi
The Intensification of Foreign Trade in Post-Socialist Countries and Their Role in Global Value Chains pp. 465-487 Downloads
Ewa Cieślik, Jadwiga Biegańska and Stefania Środa-Murawska
Discouraged or Added Worker Effect: Which One Prevails in the Polish Labour Market? pp. 489-505 Downloads
Ewa Gałecka-Burdziak and Robert Pater
Empirical Study of Spatial Differentiation of Youth Unemployment in Russia pp. 507-526 Downloads
Tatiana Blinova, Vladimir Markov and Viktor Rusanovskiy
Valuation Methods for the Housing Market: Evidence from Budapest pp. 527-546 Downloads
Dávid Kutasi and Milán Csaba Badics

Volume 66, issue 2, 2016

The Arab and Post-Communist Transitions: Similarities, Differences, and Common Lessons pp. 181-212 Downloads
Marek Dabrowski
Gender Inequality in Muslim Majority Countries: Myths versus Facts pp. 213-231 Downloads
Nezahat Doğan
A Counterfactual Analysis of Regulatory Changes in Hungary: Could the FX Lending Crisis have been Avoided? pp. 233-259 Downloads
Dóra Siklós
This paper provides an empirical evaluation of the effects of income taxation on personal savings in Serbia, by taking into account both transmitting channels: the direct impact of capital income tax on the rate-of-return and the indirect impact of labour income tax on disposable income. The estimated elasticity of bank deposits to the rate of return of 0.3 and the estimated elasticity of employment income to a labour tax wedge of –0.38 suggest that income tax function aimed at minimising the efficiency losses should not considerably differentiate the tax burden on labour and capital income. We show that in the case of the introduction of a revenue-neutral income tax, with a single marginal tax rate of 15% and considerably largerlabour income exemption, households’ savings in Serbia would decline by 0.27%. This means that the negative impact of a rise in the capital income tax wedge on savings would prevail over the positive effects of a labour tax wedge cut. The results imply that the overall possibility to boost savings using tax policy is modest pp. 261-281 Downloads
Sasa Randjelovic
Intra-Industry Trade in the Visegrad Countries: Does the Linder Hypothesis Hold? pp. 283-306 Downloads
Martin Grancay, Nóra Grančay and Jolita Vveinhardt
Verification of the Relationship between FDI and GDP in Poland pp. 307-332 Downloads
Aneta Kosztowniak
The Investment Attractiveness of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange to Sovereign Wealth Funds pp. 333-350 Downloads
Dariusz Urban
Convergence in R&D Intensity across European Countries: A Fractional Integration Approach pp. 351-374 Downloads
Amaia Altuzarra

Volume 66, issue 1, 2016

The Issue of Macroeconomic Closure Revisited and Extended pp. 1-31 Downloads
Ernő Zalai and Tamás Révész
The Reversal of the Privatisation Logic in Central European Transition Economies (An Essay) pp. 33-55 Downloads
Miklós Szanyi
Investigations Concerning E-Government Adoption in Transition Economies pp. 57-78 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Katalin Szabó and Lucian Chiriac
Foreign Bank Penetration and the Domestic Banking System: Empirical Evidence from Turkey Based on the VAR Approach pp. 79-105 Downloads
Dervis Kirikkaleli
The Other Month Effect: Some Evidence from the Central and Eastern European Markets pp. 107-124 Downloads
Yi-Chieh Wen and Bin Li
Central Bank Credibility: Determinants and Measurement. A Cross-Country Study pp. 125-151 Downloads
Joanna Mackiewicz-Lyziak
Measuring Firms’ Input Congestion with Consideration of Environmental Factors: The Case of European Railway Transport pp. 153-171 Downloads
Erwin Lin
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