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Public Finance Quarterly

2005 - 2023

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Volume 62, issue 4, 2017

Budget Residues Constituting a Budgetary Risk pp. 429-443 Downloads
Gyula Pulay, József Simon and István Szilas
Examination of Indicators Determining the Rate of Government Debt – Comparative Analysis of the V4 and GIPS Countries Using One-step Dynamic Panel Regression pp. 444-461 Downloads
Marianna Sávai and Gábor Dávid Kiss
The Development and Practice of Electronic Tax Administration pp. 462-477 Downloads
Rita Anna Ambrus and Zsuzsanna Széles
Ergodic Versus Uncertain Financial Processes – Part II: Neoclassical and Institutional Economics pp. 478-501 Downloads
Jozsef Moczar
Categorising the Central Bank's Credit Incentive Programs by Targeting and Intensity pp. 502-523 Downloads
Pál Péter Kolozsi, Bianka Parragh and György Pulai
The Fed’s Impact on Government Debt Interest – Impact of the Fed’s Interest Rate Decisions on Hungarian and other Emerging Market Sovereign Bond Yields pp. 524-536 Downloads
Krisztina Füzesi, László György and Gábor Kutasi
Changes in the Financial Regulatory Environment of Commercial Papers in the United States and Europe pp. 537-553 Downloads
András Kecskés
The Risks of Project Finance – Based on International and Domestic Experiences pp. 554-572 Downloads
Gyorgy Walter
J is for Junk Economics – A Guide to Reality in an Age of Deception pp. 573-577 Downloads
Katalin Botos

Volume 62, issue 3, 2017

The Risk-mitigating Role of Financial Controlling at Local Government Entities – Modelling Profitability and Liquidity Aspects pp. 294-310 Downloads
Zoltán Zéman
The Relationship Between Idiosyncratic, Stock Market Volatility and Excess Stock Returns pp. 311-325 Downloads
Fatima Rehman, Yasir Kamal and Saif Ul Amin
Efficient Bankruptcy and Reorganisation in Domestic Practice pp. 326-347 Downloads
Éva Pálinkó and Tamás Tóth
Impact of MFIs Outreach on Profitability – The Case of Latin America pp. 348-361 Downloads
Waqas Amin, Fengming Qin, Abdul Rauf and Farid Ahmad
The Necessity and Characteristics of Concern Analysis pp. 362-379 Downloads
Szilvia Simon and Péter Kresalek
The Classification of Public Expenditure in Post-Soviet Union States and OECD Member Countries pp. 380-400 Downloads
Nijat Huseynov
Market Versus State: in Theory and in Practice – Thoughts on the “Keynes and Hayek” Book Review of Katalin Botos pp. 401-410 Downloads
László Szakadát
Could Fiscalisation Really Solve the Problems of the Pension System? pp. 411-419 Downloads
József Banyár
Ergodic Versus Uncertain Financial Processes Part I – Ergodic Hypothesis and Uncertainty in Financial Theory pp. 478-501 Downloads
József Móczár

Volume 62, issue 2, 2017

Which of our Taxes Should be Flat-rate Tax? – Tax Structure Diagnosis: VAT and PIT pp. 127-149 Downloads
András Giday
Economic Policy Tools to Increase Net Wage Share During a Crisis – The Transition to a Wage-led Growth Model in Hungary pp. 150-170 Downloads
László György and Daniel Olah
Certain Effects of Family and Home Setup Tax Benefits and Subsidies pp. 171-187 Downloads
Judit Sági, Tibor Tatay, Csaba Lentner and Ildikó Neumanné Virág
Tax Base Erosion Symptoms? – Overview on Offshore Capital Outflow pp. 188-211 Downloads
Bálint Tamás Vargha
The Role of the Second and Third Pension Pillar in the Hungarian Pension System pp. 212-231 Downloads
Anett Pandurics and Péter Szalai
Monetary Controversies – Results of the Central Bank’s New Role Perception pp. 232-249 Downloads
Bianka Parragh
The Impact of Changes in the Socio-Economic Environment on Financial Literacy – Comparison of the OECD 2010 and 2015 Research Results pp. 250-265 Downloads
Boglárka Zsótér, Erzsébet Németh and Alexandra Luksander

Volume 62, issue 1, 2017

Reducing the Tax Burden and Whitening the Economy in Hungary after 2010 pp. 7-21 Downloads
József Varga
Impact of the Tax System on the Competitiveness of Businesses and Capital Inflow – International comparison within the CEE region pp. 22-38 Downloads
László Nagy
The Correlations of Corporate Investments, European Union Grants and Competitiveness pp. 39-49 Downloads
Róbert Csoma
Competition and Controlling in Higher Education, a Crucial Segment of the Public Sector pp. 50-73 Downloads
Lívia Pavlik
How Can We Escape the Middle Income Trap? pp. 74-87 Downloads
Pál Péter Kolozsi
Accounting During the Austro-Hungarian Compromise and the Post-Communist Regime Change pp. 88-100 Downloads
Katalin Borbély

Volume 61, issue 4, 2016

70 Years of the Hungarian Forint pp. 431-441 Downloads
Ernő 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 Veress
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 – Sketch on the Development of the Institution and the European Union Practice 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 – How to Kill Many Birds with One Stone? 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

Reduction of External Vulnerability with Monetary Policy Tools – Renewal of the monetary policy instruments of the National Bank of Hungary (2014–2016) pp. 7-33 Downloads
Pál Péter Kolozsi and Mihály Hoffmann
Redefining the Role of Central Banks 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
Lai, Ping-fu (Brian) and Cho, Kwai-yee (Kevin)
What Have We Learned? Macroeconomic Policy After the Crisis pp. 124-128 Downloads
Viktor Várpalotai
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