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Public Finance Quarterly

2005 - 2024

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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
Marginal Utilities and Marginal Costs of Having Children pp. 526-541 Downloads
Peter Mihalyi
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? — Substantiation and Informativeness of the World Economic Forum’s Competitiveness Ranking 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 László Sasvári and Anna Urbanovics
Online Budget Transparency Index and its Determinants in Slovenian Municipalities pp. 393-413 Downloads
Maja Klun, Jože Benčina 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
Katalin Borbély

Volume 64, issue 2, 2019

Personality Testing of Salespeople Working in Finance pp. 173-188 Downloads
István Juhász
Earning Management and the Likelihood of Financial Distress in Banks — Evidence from Pakistani Commercial Banks pp. 208-221 Downloads
Amina Malik, Shahab Ud Din, Muhammad Shafiq, 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
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 — In Focus: Towns with County Rights pp. 51-71 Downloads
Szilárd Hegedűs, Csaba Lentner and Petronella Molnár
The Effect of Labour Cost Reduction on Employment of Vulnerable Groups — Evaluation of the Hungarian Job Protection Act pp. 72-92 Downloads
András Svraka
Ten Years after The Global Economic Crisis — A Retrospective Analysis 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

Volume 63, issue 4, 2018

'Tetrahedron Effect' – Connections Between the Central Bank Base Rate, Cash Holdings, Retail Deposits, Lending and Seigniorage in Hungary pp. 433-447 Downloads
Ernő Huszti
Cash or Card? – An Explorative Analysis of Consumers’ Payment Behaviour in Hungary pp. 448-472 Downloads
Tamás Végső, Ágnes Belházyné Illés and Anikó Bódi-Schubert
Local Alternative currencies – New opportunities in expanding local financial services pp. 473-489 Downloads
Csaba Lakócai, Zoltán Gál and Sándor Zsolt Kovács
Objective corruption risks – subjective controls – Integrity of Publicly Owned Business Associations, Methodology and Results of the Integrity Survey pp. 490-510 Downloads
Gyula Pulay and Anikó Lucza
Validity of value-based consumer behaviour models in terms of the financial awareness of Generations Z and Y pp. 511-529 Downloads
Mónika Garai-Fodor and Agnes Csiszarik-Kocsir
How to Strengthen Hungarian Small enterprises that face the challenges of neo-globalization pp. 530-548 Downloads
László Árva, Magdolna Csath and András Giday
Analyzing the Link Between Accounting Sensitive Non-Debt Tax Shields and Investment Opportunity Set pp. 549-566 Downloads
Mobeen Ur Rehman, Muhammad Arsalan Butt, Muddasar Ghani Khwaja and Muhammad Kashif
Securities Post-trading Infrastructure – Past, Present and Future pp. 567-580 Downloads
Daniel Beres

Volume 63, issue 3, 2018

The Role and Impact of Trust on the Operation and Sustainability of the State pp. 289-302 Downloads
Norbert Kiss
Green Bond, the Financial Instrument that Supports Sustainable Development – Opportunities and Barriers pp. 303-318 Downloads
Zsolt Mihálovits and Attila Tapaszti
Sustainable Growth – Sustainable Financial Services in the European Union pp. 319-334 Downloads
Andrea Elekes
Horizontal Development of Science – Can financial dogma be sustained? pp. 335-344 Downloads
Katalin Botos
Effect of Regulations on Financial Performance and Outreach of MFIs pp. 345-354 Downloads
Waqas Amin, Fengming Qin, Abdul Rauf and Fayyaz Ahmad
Does VAT Cut Appear on the Menu? – The Consumer Price Impact of Hungarian VAT Decreases of 2016–2017 pp. 355-375 Downloads
Bálint Ván and Daniel Olah
Tax Burden on Labour Income in the Visegrád Region pp. 376-401 Downloads
András Giday and László Mádi
Methodological Challenges in Cost-Benefit Analysis pp. 402-423 Downloads
Tünde Vörös

Volume 63, issue 2, 2018

Experiences Concerning Transition to Accrual Accounting in the Public Sector from the Perspective of Supreme Audit Institutions pp. 139-154 Downloads
József Simon, Tamás Fejszák, Bernhard Schatz, Toma Donchev and Miroslav Ivanov
Integrity Risks and Controls of Public Services pp. 155-175 Downloads
Erzsébet Németh, Bettina Martus and Bálint Tamás Vargha
Analysis of the Creditworthiness of Local Government-owned Companies with a Credit Scoring Method pp. 176-195 Downloads
Zoltán Zéman, Szilárd Hegedűs and Petronella Molnár
Towards an Incentive Tax System – Reform of the Tax System and Tax Administration in Hungary pp. 196-215 Downloads
Bianka Parragh and Dániel Palotai
The Impact of Reducing the Corporate Income Tax Rate on the State Aid Practices of EU Member States (2000 to 2015) pp. 216-234 Downloads
Ábel Czékus
Some Features of Hungarian Financial Literacy in the Light of the Economic Behaviour of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises pp. 235-253 Downloads
Ágnes Győri and Ágnes Czakó
Ireland before and after the Crisis – Authoritative but Hazardous Structural Reforms in Financial Crisis Management pp. 254-274 Downloads
László Török
Yuval Noah Harari: Money (Bibliography Review) pp. 275-280 Downloads
Tamás Pesuth and Bendegúz Tamás Varga

Volume 63, issue 1, 2018

Economic Growth and Changes in Capital and Labour Income in the USA (1988–2016) – Additional Information to the Piketty Thesis pp. 7-23 Downloads
István Magas
The Relationship Between Fiscal Consolidation and Sovereign Debt – Does Fiscal Correction Decrease or Increase Debt Rate? pp. 24-38 Downloads
Ádám Marton
Examining the Financial Literacy of Young Adults – The Correlations of Time Perspective, Financial Well-Being and Delay of Gratification pp. 39-54 Downloads
Boglárka Zsótér
The Euro and the Battle of Ideas pp. 55-63 Downloads
László Bartók
Competitiveness Based on Knowledge and Innovation – Possibilities of Increasing Budget Revenues in the Era of Digitalisation and Robotisation pp. 64-79 Downloads
Magdolna Csath
Comparison of Risk Calculation Based on Historical Simulation and the Copula Function pp. 80-95 Downloads
Panna Miskolczi
Neoliberalism as a Political Programme and Elements of its Implementation – A Narrative in Theoretical History pp. 96-112 Downloads
Daniel Olah
Impossibility Trilemmas in Hungarian Economic History (1867–1938) pp. 113-129 Downloads
György Kovács and Bence Varga
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