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Financial and Economic Review

2014 - 2019

From Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Central Bank of Hungary)
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Volume 18, issue 3, 2019

Hungary Is on the Path to Convergence pp. 5-28 Downloads
György Matolcsy and Dániel Palotai
Lifting the Veil on Interest pp. 29-51 Downloads
Istvan Abel, Máté Lóga, Gyula Nagy and Árpád Vadkerti
Portfolio Cleaning of Problem Project Loans in Hungary – Experiences Related to the Systemic Risk Buffer, as a Targeted Macroprudential Instrument pp. 52-82 Downloads
Péter Fáykiss, Erzsébet-Judit Rariga and Márton Zsigó
Novel Modelling of the Operation of the Financial Intermediary System – Agent-based Macro Models pp. 83-113 Downloads
Bence Mérõ
China in Search of Equilibrium – Transition Dilemmas of Growth and Stability pp. 114-134 Downloads
Laura Komlóssy and Gyöngyi Vargáné Körmendi

Volume 18, issue 2, 2019

Who Can Refinance? The Possibilities and Limitations of Market-based Refinancing in the Case of Mortgages with a Variable Interest Rate pp. 5-30 Downloads
Bálint Dancsik and Nedim Márton El-Meouch
Comparison of Manipulation-proof Measures on Hungarian Data pp. 31-51 Downloads
Dávid Andor Rácz
Performance Measurement of Active Investment Strategies Using Pure Factor Portfolios pp. 52-86 Downloads
Máté Fain and Helena Naffa
Issues and Types of Adverse Selection and Negative Selection pp. 87-116 Downloads
László Csorba
Is Learning a Wonder Weapon of Endogenous Economic Growth? pp. 117-139 Downloads
Peter Mihalyi

Volume 18, issue 1, 2019

Brave New Digital World? – Financial Technology and the Power of Information pp. 5-32 Downloads
Ádám Kerényi and János Müller
Integrity of Financial Benchmarks pp. 33-59 Downloads
Daniel Beres
Analysis of Households’ Investment Decisions Based on International Data pp. 60-87 Downloads
Eszter Balogh, Zsuzsa Kékesi and Balázs Sisak
The Impact of Adverse Selection on Stock Exchange Specialists’ Price Quotation Strategy pp. 88-124 Downloads
Kira Muratov-Szabó and Kata Váradi
Optimising Nobel Prize Laureates pp. 125-141 Downloads
Dietmar Meyer

Volume 17, issue 4, 2018

Business, Housing, and Credit Cycles – The Case of Hungary pp. 5-22 Downloads
Eyno Rots
Capital Market Contagion in the Stock Markets of Visegrád Countries Based on the Heckman Selection Model pp. 23-52 Downloads
Máté Csiki and Gábor Dávid Kiss
An Analysis of the Payment Habits of Hungarian Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises – In Focus: Cash Usage pp. 53-94 Downloads
Ágnes Illés Belházy, Tamás Végsõ and Anikó Bódi-Schubert
Depositors’ Behaviour in Times of Mass Deposit Withdrawals pp. 95-111 Downloads
Hubert Janos Kiss
Monitoring of Banks’ Risks Related to the Funding of Financial Enterprises pp. 112-139 Downloads
György Inzelt, Zsuzsa Szentes-Markhot and Gábor Budai

Volume 17, issue 3, 2018

Wage Inequality on the Hungarian Labour Market: Technological Change, Expansion in Higher Education and the Role of the Minimum Wage pp. 5-28 Downloads
Almos Telegdy
The Transparency of Credit Ratings – Reconstruction of Hungary’s Sovereign Rating pp. 29-56 Downloads
Gábor Hajnal and Nóra Szûcs
Developments in the GDP-GNI Gap in Hungary and the CEE Region pp. 57-84 Downloads
Eszter Balogh, Anna Boldizsár, Bence Gerlaki and Balázs Kóczián
Remittances – First Results of a New Survey pp. 85-108 Downloads
László Kajdi
Ethical Aspects of Intertemporal Discounting and the Social Discount Rate pp. 109-132 Downloads
Márta Somogyvári

Volume 17, issue 2, 2018

The Hungarian Model: Hungarian Crisis Management in View of the Mediterranean Way pp. 5-42 Downloads
György Matolcsy and Dániel Palotai
Regulatory Tools to Encourage FinTech Innovations: The Innovation Hub and Regulatory Sandbox in International Practice pp. 43-67 Downloads
Péter Fáykiss, Dániel Papp, Péter Sajtos and Ágnes Tõrös
Firm Dynamics and Aggregate Growth: The Case of Hungary pp. 68-98 Downloads
Peter Bauer and Marianna Endresz
Disaggregated Household Incomes in Hungary Based on the Comparative Analysis of the Reweighted Household Surveys of 2010 and 2015 pp. 99-123 Downloads
Mihály Szoboszlai
The Link between Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance in the Hungarian Banking Sector in the Years Following the Global Crisis pp. 124-145 Downloads
Nikolett Deutsch and Éva Pintér

Volume 17, issue 1, 2018

Financial Adjustment in Small, Open Economies in Light of the “Impossible Trinity” Trilemma pp. 5-33 Downloads
István Magas
Experiences of Debt Cap Regulations in Hungarian Retail Lending pp. 34-61 Downloads
Péter Fáykiss, Alexandr Palicz, János Szakács and Márton Zsigó
Analysis of SME Segment Lending Processes in Light of Credit Guarantees in the European Union pp. 62-82 Downloads
Ádám Balog
Acceptance of Payment Cards by Retailers in Hungary Based on Data of Online Cash Registers pp. 83-109 Downloads
Tamás Ilyés and Lóránt Varga
Behavioural Factors in the Hungarian Retail Government Bond Market pp. 110-136 Downloads
Gábor Kutasi, László György and Krisztina Szabó
The Euro and the Euro Area: Flawed Construct or Unfit Members? pp. 137-152 Downloads
Tamás Bánfi
The Contribution of Thaler to Behavioural Economics pp. 153-167 Downloads
Gábor Neszveda

Volume 16, issue Sepcial Issue, 2017

The Road to a Market-Oriented Monetary Policy and the “New Normal” Monetary Policy Regime in China pp. 101–125 Downloads
Laura Komlóssy, Gyöngyi Körmendi and Sándor Ladányi
Current Challenges Facing Chinese Financial Supervision and Methods of Handling these Challenges pp. 126–139 Downloads
Bence Varga
A Western Diet with Chinese Spices – The Specificities of Payments in China pp. 140–169 Downloads
László Kajdi
The Dilemmas of China’s Shift in Growth Trajectory and Economic Governance pp. 21–49 Downloads
Miklós Losoncz
China – Rebalancing and Sustainable Convergence pp. 50–72 Downloads
Géza Rippel
Could China Be the Winner of the Next Industrial Revolution? pp. 73–100 Downloads
Lilla Sarolta Balogh
Chinese Power Structure and Its Transformation in Comparative Perspective pp. 7–20 Downloads
Mária Csanádi

Volume 16, issue 4, 2017

The Life Cycle Model of the Fertility Choice in Hungary pp. 5-35 Downloads
Petra Németh
Possible Paths for GDP Per Capita – Simulation with a Demographic Growth Model pp. 36-57 Downloads
Éva Berde and Izabella Kuncz
Fiscal Policy and the Business Cycle pp. 58-85 Downloads
György Molnár, Gábor Dániel Soós and Balázs Világi
Trade Credit or Bank Credit? – Lessons Learned from Hungarian Firms between 2010 and 2015 pp. 86-121 Downloads
Dániel Havran, Péter Kerényi and Attila Víg
Explanations of Asset Price Bubbles pp. 122-150 Downloads
Gergely Lakos and Tibor Szendrei
Operation of the International Monetary and Financial System – Structural Tensions of a "Non-system" pp. 151-186 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger
Equity-based Crowdfunding pp. 187-200 Downloads
Mónika Kuti, Zsolt Bedo and Dorottya Geiszl
Presentation of the Hungarian Publications of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank Published between 1950 and 1990 from a Visual Communication Perspective pp. 201-214 Downloads
Ákos Vajas

Volume 16, issue 3, 2017

“Resources in the Service of the Nation” – Alternative Options for the City Loan of 1925 and Its Spending pp. 119–149 Downloads
Tamás Fülöp
The Impact of the Fintech Phenomenon – Radical Change Occurs in the Financial Sector? pp. 32–50 Downloads
Ádám Kerényi and Júlia Molnár
Role and Measurement of Fair Valuation in the Hungarian Credit Institution Sector pp. 51–73 Downloads
Tamás Szücs and József Ulbert
Resolving Conflicts in Measuring Banking System Competitiveness – MNB Banking System Competitiveness Index pp. 5–31 Downloads
Péter Asztalos, Gábor Horváth, Štefan Krakovský and Tamás Tóth
Capital Allocation in the Insurance Sector pp. 74–97 Downloads
Dóra Balog
Optimal Resource Allocation at the Blue Economy Type of Firms pp. 98–118 Downloads
Katalin Hartung

Volume 16, issue 2, 2017

A possible methodology for determining the initial margin pp. 119–147 Downloads
Marcell Béli and Kata Váradi
Thoughts about the Life Work of Kenneth Arrow pp. 148–155 Downloads
Péter Medvegyev
Behavioural Finance and Consumer Loan Contracts pp. 156–169 Downloads
Barna Fömötör, Anett Parádi-Dolgos and Zoltán Sipiczki
Experiences of the National Deposit Insurance Fund on the Age Composition of Depositors and on the Distribution of Deposit Amounts pp. 28–39 Downloads
Katalin Csaba-Kalló and Balázs Vajai
The Role of Individual Firms in Aggregate Fluctuations: Evidence from Hungary pp. 40–63 Downloads
Norbert Czinkán
An Analysis of the Incomes and Current Personal Transfers of Hungarians Living Abroad pp. 5–27 Downloads
Orsolya Csortos and Balázs Kóczián
Social Responsibility in the Operation of Central Banks pp. 64–85 Downloads
Csaba Lentner, Krisztina Szegedi and Tibor Tatay
Endogenous Imbalances in a Single Currency Area pp. 86–118 Downloads
Eszter Boros

Volume 16, issue 1, 2017

Insight into the Hungarian Automotive Industry in International Comparison pp. 119–142 Downloads
János Rechnitzer, Róbert Hausmann and Tamás Tóth
Financial Supervision in Hungary between the Two World Wars pp. 143–161 Downloads
Bence Varga
Hart and Holmström’s Contributions to Contract Theory pp. 162–174 Downloads
László Kóczy and Hubert Janos Kiss
Developments in Government Interest Expenditure for Hungary, 2000–2015 pp. 46–73 Downloads
Gergely Kicsák
Indicators Used for the Assessment of the Reserve Adequacy of Emerging and Developing Countries – International Trends in the Mirror of Theories pp. 5–45 Downloads
Csaba Csávás and Csom-Bíró Gabriella
Risks of Commercial Real Estate Financing Based on the Experiences of Supervisory Reviews pp. 74–91 Downloads
Márk Szenes, András Tomsics and Dávid Kutasi
The Impact of Climate Change on the Insurance Sector pp. 92–118 Downloads
Anett Pandurics and Péter Szalai
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