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Focus on European Economic Integration

2004 - 2020

Current editor(s): Doris Ritzberger-Gruenwald and Helene Schuberth

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2020, issue Q4/20

What drives people’s expectations of euro adoption? – Evidence from the OeNB Euro Survey on selected CESEE countries pp. 57-79 Downloads
Peter Backé and Elisabeth Beckmann
Macroprudential policy in the Western Balkans: the last five years and COVID-19 crisis response pp. 80-94 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz and Antje Hildebrandt

2020, issue Q3/20

A sleeping beauty or a dead duck? The state of capital market development in CESEE EU Member States pp. 7-35 Downloads
Thomas Reininger and Zoltan Walko
How financially literate is CESEE? Insights from the OeNB Euro Survey pp. 36-59 Downloads
Elisabeth Beckmann and Sarah Reiter
Typology of multinationals in Austria: CESEE focus and foreign control as distinct features pp. 60-80 Downloads
Thomas Cernohous and Tomáš Slacík
A CESEE conundrum: low trust in government but high hopes for government-led job creation pp. 81-97 Downloads
Markus Eller and Thomas Scheiber

2020, issue Q3-20

Online supplement to "How financially literate is CESEE? Insights from the OeNB Euro Survey" Downloads
Elisabeth Beckmann and Sarah Reiter

2020, issue Q2/20

Macroprudential policies in CESEE – an intensity-adjusted approach pp. 65-81 Downloads
Markus Eller, Reiner Martin, Helene Schuberth and Lukas Vashold
Online supplement to “Macroprudential policies in CESEE – an intensity-adjusted approach” Downloads
Markus Eller, Reiner Martin, Helene Schuberth and Lukas Vashold

2020, issue Q1/20

The refinancing of CESEE banking sectors: What has changed since the global financial crisis? pp. 6-19 Downloads
Mathias Lahnsteiner
China’s New Silk Road: a stocktaking update and economic review (2017–2019) pp. 20-50 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz
The sensitivity of banks’ net interest margins to interest rate conditions in CESEE pp. 51-70 Downloads
Katharina Allinger and Julia Wörz

2019, issue Q4/19

The impact of labor cost growth on inflation in selected CESEE countries pp. 56-78 Downloads
Clara De Luigi, Florian Huber and Josef Schreiner
Homeownership and housing finance patterns one generation after the fall of communism pp. 79-101 Downloads
Elisabeth Beckmann, Christa Hainz, William Pyle and Sarah Reiter

2019, issue Q3/19

Introductory remarks – 30 years of transition: united in diversity pp. 7-9 Downloads
Ewald Nowotny
A tribute to 30 years of transition in CESEE pp. 11-28 Downloads
Peter Backé, Iikka Korhonen, Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald and Laura Solanko
30 years of East-West integration in Europe: reflections on what we have learned and on challenges ahead pp. 29-40 Downloads
Michael Landesmann
The price of unity: the transformation of Germany and Eastern Europe after 1989 pp. 41-52 Downloads
Philipp Ther
The impact of housing markets on banks’ risk-taking behavior: evidence from CESEE pp. 55-75 Downloads
Elona Dushku, Antje Hildebrandt and Erjona Suljoti
The use of euro cash in CESEE and the role of euro adoption expectations pp. 76-94 Downloads
Thomas Scheiber

2019, issue Q2/19

Nonperforming loans in CESEE – a brief update on their definitions and recent developments pp. 61-74 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz
Household loans in CESEE from a new perspective: the role of income distribution pp. 75-93 Downloads
Mariya Hake and Philipp Poyntner

2019, issue Q1/19

Household debt in CESEE economies: a joint look at macro- and micro-level data pp. 6-28 Downloads
Aleksandra Riedl
How useful are time-varying parameter models for forecasting economic growth in CESEE? pp. 29-48 Downloads
Martin Feldkircher and Nico Hauzenberger
Migration intentions in CESEE: sociodemographic profiles of prospective emigrants and their motives for moving pp. 49-67 Downloads
Anna Raggl

2018, issue Q4/18

A simple approach to nowcasting GDP growth in CESEE economies pp. 56-74 Downloads
Aleksandra Riedl and Julia Wörz

2018, issue Q3-18

Restarting real economic convergence in CESEE pp. 10-23 Downloads
Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald and Josef Schreiner
Sustainable and equitable convergence and integration in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe pp. 24-33 Downloads
Istvan P Szekely
Digitalization and higher R&D readiness – way to foster income convergence in CESEE pp. 34-42 Downloads
Zoltan Arokszallasi, Juraj Kotian and Katarzyna Rzentarzewska
Enlargement of the euro area toward CESEE: progress and perspectives pp. 43-56 Downloads
Peter Backé and Sandra Dvorsky
External actors and European integration in the Western Balkans pp. 57-67 Downloads
Philipp Freund and Wolfgang Petritsch
Sanctions and countersanctions − effects on economy, trade and finance pp. 68-76 Downloads
Iikka Korhonen, Heli Simola and Laura Solanko
The EU’s Multiannual Financial Framework and some implications for CESEE countries pp. 77-86 Downloads
Zsolt Darvas and Guntram Wolff
Structural investment needs in CESEE and the use of EU funds pp. 87-101 Downloads
Rocc L. Bubbico, Miroslav Kollar and Tomáš Slacík
What is the appropriate role of structural reforms in E(M)U deepening? pp. 102-112 Downloads
Kurt Bayer and Andreas Breitenfellner
How did EU Eastern enlargement affect migrant labor supply in Austria? pp. 113-121 Downloads
Julia Schmieder and Andrea Weber
Demographic decline does not necessarily condemn CESEE EU countries to a low growth future pp. 122-130 Downloads
Richard Grieveson
The ESRB and macroprudential policy in the EU pp. 131-140 Downloads
Frank Dierick and Francesco Mazzaferro
Has private sector credit in CESEE approached levels justified by fundamentals? A post-crisis assessment pp. 141-154 Downloads
Mariarosaria Comunale, Markus Eller and Mathias Lahnsteiner

2018, issue Q2-18

Digging into the composition of government debt in CESEE: a risk evaluation pp. 56-80 Downloads
Markus Eller and Johannes Holler
Explaining the impact of the global financial crisis on European transition countries: a GVAR approach pp. 81-97 Downloads
Artha Hoxha

2018, issue Q1-18

A cost-risk analysis of sovereign debt composition in CESEE pp. 6-25 Downloads
Sebastian Beer
A geographic perspective on banking in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe pp. 26-47 Downloads
Elisabeth Beckmann, Sarah Reiter and Helmut Stix
How are reduced interest rate differentials affecting euroization in Southeastern Europe? Evidence from the OeNB Euro Survey pp. 48-60 Downloads
Thomas Scheiber and Julia Wörz

2017, issue Q4/17

Migration intentions in CESEE – a descriptive analysis pp. 52-69 Downloads
Anna Raggl
The New Silk Road, part II: implications for Europe pp. 70-81 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz and Alice Radzyner

2017, issue Q3/17

The New Silk Road, part I: a stocktaking and economic assessment pp. 8-30 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz and Alice Radzyner
Competitiveness of CESEE EU Member States: recent trends and prospects pp. 31-41 Downloads
Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald, Josef Schreiner and Julia Wörz
Fintechs and their emergence in banking services in CESEE pp. 42-58 Downloads
Caroline Stern
Comparing market power at home and abroad: evidence from Austrian banks and their subsidiaries in CESEE pp. 59-77 Downloads
Martin Feldkircher and Michael Sigmund

2017, issue 2

How financially vulnerable are CESEE households? An Austrian perspective on its neighbors pp. 58–79 Downloads
Pirmin Fessler, Emanuel List and Teresa Messner
The relevance of remittance inflows to CESEE countries: evidence from macro- and micro-level data pp. 80–102 Downloads
Anna Raggl

2017, issue 1

How do resource-driven economies cope with the oil price slump? A comparative survey of ten major oil-exporting countries pp. 33–53 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz and Andreas Breitenfellner
How would a fiscal shock in Germany affect other European countries? Evidence from a Bayesian GVAR model with sign restrictions pp. 54–77 Downloads
Markus Eller, Martin Feldkircher and Florian Huber
How does foreign currency debt relief affect households’ loan demand? Evidence from the OeNB Euro Survey in CESEE pp. 8–32 Downloads
Elisabeth Beckmann
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