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Public Finance Quarterly

2010 - 2022

Current editor(s): Erzsebet Nemeth

From State Audit Office of Hungary
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Volume 65, issue 6, 2020

Competitiveness as a Decisive Criterion for Sustainability pp. 7-24 Downloads
György Matolcsy
Sustainable Budget and the Sustainability Appearing in the Budget pp. 25-56 Downloads
László Domokos and Gyula Pulay
Sustainability of the Pension System, Risks and Opportunities pp. 57-85 Downloads
à kos Péter, Erzsébet Németh and Bálint Tamás Vargha
The Coronavirus Crisis, Sustainable Development and the Incentive State Model pp. 86-115 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger and Bianka Parragh

Volume 65, issue 5, 2020

Audit Performance Measurement Model and the Main Areas of Performance Management pp. 7-22 Downloads
László Domokos and Dóra Weltherné Szolnoki
Measuring the Macroeconomic Performance of Public Finance Management pp. 23-43 Downloads
Gyula Pulay and József Simon
Assessment of the Sustainability of Community-owned (non-financial) Business Associations pp. 44-77 Downloads
György Kocziszky and Mariann Veresné Somosi

Volume 65, issue 4, 2020

Aging Society and Attitude to Risk pp. 457 - 471 Downloads
Mónika Kuti and Zoltán Schepp
The Financial System’s Resilience is Everything, but at what Cost? pp. 472 - 484 Downloads
Melinda Friesz
Impact of US Economic Policy Uncertainty on Geopolitical Risk. Evidence from BRIC Economies pp. 485 - 496 Downloads
Imtiaz Arif, Amna Sohail Rawat and Muhammad Shahbaz
Testing Minsky’s Financial Fragility Hypothesis for Turkey’s Public Finances pp. 497 - 514 Downloads
Cansin Kemal Can and Ismail Canöz
The Symbolic Significance of Digital Services Tax and its Practical Consequences pp. 515 - 530 Downloads
Csaba Balázs Rigó and András Tóth
Opportunities for Simplification in the Personal Income Tax Systems of the Visegrad Countries pp. 531 - 553 Downloads
Éva Bonifert Szabóné
Financial Literacy. Who, whom and what are they Training for? Comparative Analysis 2016–2020 pp. 554 - 583 Downloads
Erzsébet Németh, Tamás Bálint Vargha and Kinga Domokos

Volume 65, issue 3, 2020

Economic Exposure and Crisis Resilience in Exogenous Shock. The Short-Term Economic Impact of the Covid–19 Pandemic in the EU pp. 323 - 349 Downloads
Vivien Czeczeli, Gábor Kutasi, Pál Kolozsi and à dám Marton
Rise of Public Debt in EU Countries Due to the Coronavirus. Post-recovery Public Debt Rates along with Different Recession Scenarios pp. 348 - 361 Downloads
László Török
Challenges to Social Protection and Social Cohesion in Crisises in the Financial Sector pp. 362 - 382 Downloads
Elemér Terták and Levente Kovács
Lives and Livelihoods. Post-Crisis Paradigm Shifts in Economic Theory and Practice pp. 383 - 396 Downloads
Katalin Botos
Impact of Earnings Variability and Regulatory Measures on Income Smoothening in Islamic banks. Evidence from an Emerging Market pp. 397 - 410 Downloads
Amina Malik, Babar Zaheer Butt, Shahab Ud Din and Haroon Aziz
Strengthening the Small and Medium Enterprise Sector by Switching to Bills and Notes pp. 411 - 429 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Szalay, László Vértesy and Zsuzsanna Novák
The Re-emergence of the Residual Income Model in the Valuation of Firms and Investment Projects pp. 430 - 442 Downloads
Edina Erb Cziglerné
About the Sustainable Good Governance pp. 443 - 447 Downloads
Viktor Milanov

Volume 65, issue 2, 2020

Exploring the link betweenPublic Investment and LongRun Economic Growth pp. 151 - 167 Downloads
Amna Sohail Rawat and Lubna Khan
Time Varying Stock MarketIntegration and DiversificationOpportunities within Emergingand Frontier Markets pp. 168-195 Downloads
Sultan Salahuddin, Muhammad Kashif and Mobeen Ur Rehman
Corruption and Financial Development. Evidence from Eastern Europe and Central Asia Countries pp. 196 - 209 Downloads
Ibrahim Halil Eksi and Berna Dogan
Asymmetry in the Reaction Function of Monetary Policy in Emerging Economies pp. 210 - 224 Downloads
Trung Thanh Bui and Gábor Dávid Kiss
The Accounting and LegalIssues of Capital Reserve, with Particular Emphasis on CapitalIncrease by Share Premium pp. 225 - 244 Downloads
Elvira Böcskei, András Bethlendi and László Vértesy
The Public Sector Accounting Reform of 2014 in the Lightthe Experiences of the Local Governments. A Pilot Project to Explore the Problems pp. 245 - 262 Downloads
Balázs Tóth
New Indicator to Measure Tax Burden – Proposal pp. 263 - 283 Downloads
András Giday and Tibor Tatay
Financial Vulnerability of the Hungarian Population pp. 284 - 311 Downloads
Erzsébet Németh, Boglárka Zsótér and Daniel Beres

Volume 65, issue 1, 2020

Pension System in the Changing Society pp. 7- 23 Downloads
József Botos and Katalin Botos
Does counters’ responsibility end at the margin of the marginal utility? pp. 24- 30 Downloads
Gyula Pulay
Family Allowance and Pension Dependent on the Number of Children: Optimality and Neutrality pp. 31- 41 Downloads
Andras Simonovits
The Point of the Message is Something different pp. 42- 50 Downloads
József Banyár
Analysis of the Economic Impact of Mass Immigration in the Light of German Data pp. 51- 66 Downloads
Tibor Tatay and Katalin Bándy
The Determining Factors of Financial Culture, Financial Literacy and Financial Behavior pp. 67- 83 Downloads
László Csorba
Top Performance in Investments in the Hungarian Economy pp. 84 - 111 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger and Tímea Cseh
Comparative Analysis of Budgetary Indicators of European Municipal Subsystems in the Post-Crisis Term between 2009–2018 pp. 112 - 133 Downloads
Szilárd Hegedûs and Csaba Lentner
About the Sustainable Good Governance pp. 134 - 141 Downloads
Bianka Parragh

Volume 64, issue 4, 2019

An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Credit Volumes in Hungary pp. 455-470 Downloads
József Varga, Elbegdorj Temuulen and Tibor Bareith
Study on the Capital of Domestic Health Funds in an Environment of Interest Rates Close to Zero pp. 471-493 Downloads
Balázs Tóth, Máté Csiki and Gábor Dávid Kiss
The Determinants of Income Distribution, an Empirical Analysis of Developing Countries pp. 494-510 Downloads
Farah Naz Ata, Shaista Alam and Noman Saeed
The Inherent Faults of the State Pension System and the Main Direction of its Improvement pp. 511-525 Downloads
József Banyár
Marginal Utilities and Marginal Costs of Having Children pp. 526-541 Downloads
Péter Mihályi
Compliance Audit Issues of State-owned Business Associations pp. 542-558 Downloads
Anita Boros

Volume 64, issue 3, 2019

The Scientific Reliability of International Corruption Rankings pp. 319-336 Downloads
Erzsébet Németh, Bálint Tamás Vargha and Katalin Ágnes Pályi
Assessment of the Macroeconomic Risk Analysis of International Credit Rating Agencies against the Principles of Soundness and Credibility pp. 337-349 Downloads
József Simon and Henrietta Simon-András
What Do Competitiveness Rankings Show Us? pp. 350-368 Downloads
Bálint Tamás Vargha, Erzsébet Németh and Katalin Ágnes Pályi
The Journals on the Domestic Lists of the IX Section of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Light of the Requirements of International Journal Selection pp. 369-392 Downloads
Péter Sasvári and Anna Urbanovics
Online Budget Transparency Index and its Determinants in Slovenian Municipalities pp. 393-413 Downloads
Maja Klun, Jože Benèina and Lan Umek
Chapters from Economic Theories on Hysteresis pp. 414-432 Downloads
István Posgay, Gábor Regős, Diána Horváth and Dániel Molnár
Modernity and Timeliness – The Most Important Aspects of Hungarian Accounting in the First Half of the 20th Century pp. 433-445 Downloads
Borbély Katalin

Volume 64, issue 2, 2019

Personality Testing of Salespeople Working in Finance pp. 173-188 Downloads
István Juhász
The Evolution of the Insurance Consumer Protection Approach in Hungary pp. 189-207 Downloads
József Banyár and Petra Turi
Earning Management and the Likelihood of Financial Distress in Banks pp. 208-221 Downloads
Amina Malik, Shahab Ud Din, Khuram Shafi, Babar Zaheer Butt and Haroon Aziz
Price Movements of IPO Stocks during the Lock-Up Period pp. 222-238 Downloads
András Kecskés
The Effects of Earnings Surprises in Quarterly Reports on S&P 500 Components pp. 239-259 Downloads
Dávid Andor Rácz and Gergely Huszár
Systemic Risk Dimensions in the Hungarian Banking and Insurance Sector pp. 260-276 Downloads
Borbála Szüle
Comparing the IMF and the ESM through Bond Market Premia in the Eurozone pp. 277-293 Downloads
Gábor Dávid Kiss, Máté Csiki and János Varga
The Role of Development Banks in the Economic Development Policy of the Republic of Korea pp. 294-310 Downloads
György Iván Neszmélyi

Volume 64, issue 1, 2019

The Model of capitalism of Hungary's dependent economy as compared to Other Visegrád countries pp. 7-29 Downloads
László György and Dániel Oláh
Middle-Income Trap or Development Trap and its Budgetary Effects pp. 30-50 Downloads
Magdolna Csath
Past and Future: New Ways in Municipal (Property) Management after Debt Consolidation pp. 51-71 Downloads
Szilárd Hegedûs, Csaba Lentner and Petronella Molnár
The Effect of Labour Cost Reduction on Employment of Vulnerable Groups pp. 72-92 Downloads
András Svraka
Ten Years after The Global Economic Crisis pp. 93-109 Downloads
István Magas
Barabási-Type Laws of Success, Networks and Public Funds in Hungarian Science pp. 110-127 Downloads
Jozsef Moczar
How has the Eurozone Changed Since its Inception? pp. 128-148 Downloads
Anita Pelle and Marcell Zoltán Végh
Global Property – Global Power pp. 149-164 Downloads
Barnabás Lenkovics
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