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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 61, issue 4, 2016

70 Years of the Hungarian Forint pp. 431-441 Downloads
Ernõ Huszti
Money Creation in the Modern Economy pp. 442-457 Downloads
Katalin Botos
Certain Macroeconomic Effects of the Federal Reserve’s Quantitative Easing Program pp. 458-479 Downloads
Vivien Czeczeli
EPSAS: Investment Into the Future. European Public Sector Accounting: Present and Future pp. 480-499 Downloads
Gergely Harsányi, László István Lukács, Mihály Ormos, Krisztina Sisa, Krisztina Szedlák and Attila Veres
The Impact of CSR on Chinese Economic Development pp. 500-515 Downloads
Maohua Li, Zoltán Zéman and Jing Li
Main Causes and Process of Financial Distress. An Empirical Analysis of Hungarian Firms pp. 516-532 Downloads
Éva Pálinkó and Ágnes Svoób
New Directions in Crowdfunding pp. 533-544 Downloads
Ákos Gábossy

Volume 61, issue 3, 2016

Culmination of the Powers of the State Audit Office of Hungary within the Scope of New Legislation on Public Funds pp. 291-311 Downloads
László Domokos
The Fiscal Council in the Hungarian Fundamental Law pp. 312-330 Downloads
Árpád Kovács
Crises, Human Rights and Legal Challenges pp. 331-342 Downloads
Barnabás Lenkovics
Contribution of the Supreme Audit Office of Poland to Legislation and Experiences of Some Other SAIs pp. 343-359 Downloads
Jacek Mazur
The Hungarian Economic Policy Model After 2010 pp. 360-381 Downloads
László György and József Veress
The Financing Reform of Social Security pp. 382-400 Downloads
László Mádi and László Árva
Insight and Blight – Initiatives on Enhancing Financial Literacy in Hungary pp. 401-422 Downloads
Erzsébet Németh, Katalin Jakovác, Aranka Mészáros, Péter Kollár and Viktor Várpalotai

Volume 61, issue 2, 2016

Developments in Public Procurement in Hungary – Opportunities and Challenges pp. 137-153 Downloads
Csaba Balázs Rigó
Utilisation of the Hungarian SAO's Work in the Light of Auditing Public Procurements pp. 154-169 Downloads
Nóra Gál, Nikolett Bodánszky, Zsolt Székely and Leila Mészáros
Public Sector Procurement - the Challenges Facing a Small Country pp. 170-177 Downloads
Anthony Barrett and David Rees
Renewal of Public Management. Contributions of State Audit Office of Hungary to enhance corporate governance of state-owned enterprises pp. 178-198 Downloads
László Domokos, Viktor Várpalotai, Katalin Jakovác, Erzsébet Németh, Mária Makkai and Margit Horváth
Market Role of the State and Possibilities to Control this Role at Public Enterprises pp. 199-223 Downloads
Ákos Milicz
Transformation in Hungary’s Higher Education System. Within the framework of accrual-based and cash-based accounting pp. 224-243 Downloads
Lívia Pavlik
Jobless Growth: the Impact of Structural Changes pp. 244-264 Downloads
Bettina Szandra Martus
Risk Management Measurement and Evaluation Methods Based on Performance Indicators pp. 265-281 Downloads
János Ivanyos and Éva Sándor-Kriszt

Volume 61, issue 1, 2016

The Role of the State Audit Office of Hungary in Stabilising Public Finances pp. 7-33 Downloads
Pál Péter Kolozsi and Mihály Hoffmann
The Role of the State Audit Office of Hungary in Stabilising Public Finances pp. 34-48 Downloads
Tamás Pesuth
From Independent Slovakian Central Bank Policy to the Monetary Policy of the Euro Area pp. 49-64 Downloads
László Nagy
The Czech National Bank’s Role since the global crisis pp. 65-93 Downloads
Tibor Hlédik, Tomas Holub and Petr Král
The Effect of Interbank Liquidity Surplus on Corporate and Interbank Interest Rates pp. 94-109 Downloads
János Varga
Relationships Between Stock Returns and Corporate Financial Ratios Based on a Statistical Analysis of Corporate Data from the Hong Kong Stock Market pp. 110-123 Downloads
Ping-fu (Brian) Lai and Kwai-yee (Kevin) Cho
What Have We Learned? Macroeconomic Policy After the Crisis pp. 124-128 Downloads
Viktor Várpalotai

Volume 60, issue 4, 2015

The Role of the State Audit Office of Hungary in Stabilising Public Finances pp. 415-432 Downloads
László Domokos, Gyula Pulay, Krisztina Petõ and Éva Pongrácz
The Changing Role of Public Debt in Economics and the Basic Principles of Hungarian Debt Management pp. 433-446 Downloads
György Barcza
The New Hungarian Public Finance System – in a Historical, Institutional and Scientific Context pp. 447-461 Downloads
Csaba Lentner
The Fiscal Tools of Crisis Management – A Comparative Analysis pp. 462-481 Downloads
Viktor Asztalos
Burdensome Legacy. Political and Economic Changes Through the Glasses of a Financial Policy Maker pp. 482-491 Downloads
Katalin Botos
Introduction of a Debt Management Procedure for Natural Persons in Hungary pp. 492-509 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger
Structural Reforms and Growth Potential in the European Union pp. 510-525 Downloads
Peter Halmai
The Contribution of the State Audit Office to Good Governance and the Renewal of Accounting pp. 526-547 Downloads
Ágnes Katalin Pályi

Volume 60, issue 3, 2015

The Structural Outline of the Development and Consolidation of Retail Foreign Currency Lending pp. 297-311 Downloads
Csaba Lentner
Innovative Banking Services for Centralised Corporate Cash Management pp. 312-325 Downloads
Gyorgy Walter and Balázs Kenesei
Buy or Sell? Hungarian Carbon Credit Trade: Years of Learning pp. 326-341 Downloads
Mária Lakatos and Éva Karai
Nature of TARGET2 Imbalances pp. 342-356 Downloads
Péter Szécsényi
Income Tax Progressivity and Income Inequality: the Case of Payroll Tax with Evidence from Ethiopia pp. 357-383 Downloads
Simegn Nigussie Motuma and Dejene Mamo Bekana
Effects of Income Inequalities: Society and Economy. Anomalies of the “Flagship” pp. 384-395 Downloads
Katalin Botos
Intensifying Accumulation of Wealth and a Deepening Gap, or the “Teething troubles” of Capitalism pp. 396-405 Downloads
Árpád Cseh

Volume 60, issue 2, 2015

Investment Ebb and Flow in the Hungarian Economy pp. 147-170 Downloads
Gusztáv Báger
Investment Rate in the Visegrád Group pp. 171-193 Downloads
András Giday
Kornai’s DRSE Theory Versus General Equilibrium Theory pp. 194-211 Downloads
Jozsef Moczar
Hungry for Risk. A risk appetite framework for operational risks pp. 212-225 Downloads
Gabriella Lamanda and Zsuzsanna Vőneki
Immaterial Assets in the Hungarian Accounting System and Financial Statements pp. 226-237 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Ilona Kovács
Investment or Learning Curve? The effects of EU and government funds on the development of the Hungarian venture capital market pp. 238-248 Downloads
Patrícia Becsky-Nagy and Balázs Fazekas
Should We Increase Economic Growth or Boost Employment? The problem of American economic growth pp. 249-269 Downloads
Bettina Martus
Appreciation of the Role of Sovereign Wealth Funds in the Global Economy pp. 270-287 Downloads
Róbert Csoma

Volume 60, issue 1, 2015

Risk Analysis and Risk Management in the Public Sector and in Public Auditing pp. 7-28 Downloads
László Domokos, Melinda Nyéki, Katalin Jakovác, Erzsébeth Németh and Csaba Hatvani
Risk, Risk Perception, Risk Management – a Review of the Literature pp. 29-48 Downloads
Tamás Vasvári
Risk Appetite pp. 49-62 Downloads
Edina Berlinger and Kata Váradi
Calculating Prime Costs Under the New Framework of Public Finances Accounting. The Special Features of Higher Education pp. 63-77 Downloads
Lívia Pavlik
Off-exchange Trading, Dark Pools and their Regulatory Dilemmas pp. 78-94 Downloads
Zsuzsánna Biedermann
Corporate Social Responsibility in the Banking Sector pp. 95-103 Downloads
Csaba Lentner, Krisztina Szegedi and Tibor Tatay
Financial Globalisation and the Spatial Limitations of the Financial-monetary Integration in the Euro Area pp. 104-124 Downloads
Zoltán Gál
The Institutional Framework for the Supervision of the Financial Intermediary System in Hungary pp. 125-138 Downloads
János Kálmán
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