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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 59, issue 4, 2014

Finances and Life Cycles pp. 413-424 Downloads
Katalin Botos
What Influences the Savings Decisions of the Hungarian Population? pp. 425-443 Downloads
Annamária Horváthné Kökény and Zsuzsanna Széles
An Empirical Study of Financial Literacy versus Risk Tolerance Among Higher Education Students pp. 444-456 Downloads
Katalin Huzdik, Daniel Beres and Erzsébet Németh
Transformation of the Pension Systems in OECD Countries after the 2008 Crisis pp. 457-469 Downloads
Péter Halmosi
Performance of Stock Market Prediction pp. 470-491 Downloads
Ping-fu Lai and Wong Chung Hang
Central Bank Profitability and Budget Deficit pp. 492-510 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Novák and Imre Vámos
The Forecasting Capacity of Indicators Measuring Budget Sustainability pp. 511-528 Downloads
Csaba Tóth
Real Options Analysis of Electricity Portfolios pp. 529-545 Downloads
Vivien Csapi

Volume 59, issue 3, 2014

A Systemic Approach to the Local Government System pp. 281-295 Downloads
József Sivák
Internal Controls in Local Governments pp. 296-309 Downloads
Mária Benedek, Klára Tubak Szenténé and Daniel Beres
The Debt Consolidation of Hungarian Local Governments pp. 310-325 Downloads
Csaba Lentner
Fiscal Councils in the Countries of Eastern-Central Europe pp. 326-345 Downloads
Árpád Kovács
English or German or Both: Recipes for Developing Countries pp. 346-366 Downloads
Bilal Mehmood and Syed Hassan Raza
Crowdfunding pp. 355-366 Downloads
Mónika Kuti and Gábor Madarász
Alternatives to Renew Monetary Policy and the Stability and Growth Pact in the Euro Area pp. 367-383 Downloads
Krisztián Kertész
Local Government Financing – Steps towards Regional Asset Management? pp. 384-394 Downloads
András Giday
The Independence of the external control of States pp. 395-403 Downloads
Jean-Raphaël Alventosa

Volume 59, issue 2, 2014

Preventing corruption by strengthening organisational integrity pp. 133-149 Downloads
Gyula Pulay
„Towards Integrity” Integrity education and research at the National University for Public Service pp. 149-163 Downloads
Norbert Kis Katain Pallai
Objectives, methodology and results of the Integrity Survey (2011-2013) pp. 164-186 Downloads
János Szatmári, Lili Kakatics, Zoltán Gyula Szabó
What are the difference among the currencies of foreign exchange loans? pp. 187-206 Downloads
Tamás Schuszter Gábor Dávid Kiss
Liquidity and credit risk in the emerging financial markets pp. 207-219 Downloads
Younes Boujelbene Amir Saadaoui
Analysis of the Factors that influence the financial literacy of young people studying in higher education pp. 220-241 Downloads
Alexandra Luksander, Dániel Béres, Katalin Huzdik, Erzsébet Németh
From sovereign default to a delayed correction:Argentine monetary policy observations pp. 242-257 Downloads
Abel Czékus
Financialisation or the Management Philosophy of Globalism pp. 258-271 Downloads
Katalin Botos

Volume 59, issue 1, 2014

Protection of Consumers Against Deception in the Financial Sector pp. 7-27 Downloads
Péter Miskolczi Bodnár
Competition Law Enforcement in the Financial Markets pp. 28-46 Downloads
Botond Horváth-Szabolcs Szentléleky
The Focal Points of Competition Authority Activity pp. 47-64 Downloads
Balázs Timár
How Reliable are Hungarian Macroeconomic forecasts? pp. 65-85 Downloads
Gábor Papanek - Raymund Petz
Fiscal Imbalances, Poverty and Inequality in Pakistan pp. 86-93 Downloads
Irfan Ullah - Naimatullah Baber
Acquisition-driven IPOs pp. 94-108 Downloads
Balázs Árpád Szűcs
How do we arrive at our intended destination? pp. 109-112 Downloads
József Pálinkás
Stumbling Blocks to EU and Member State Development? pp. 113-124 Downloads
Gergõ Literáti

Volume 58, issue 4, 2013

Winners and Losers. An assessment of the Hungarian flat tax reform with microsimulation pp. 369-385 Downloads
Csaba Tóth and Péter Virovácz
Employment stimulating tax incentives in the Hungarian labour market pp. 386-402 Downloads
András Svraka, István Szabó and Viktor Hudecz
Economic Effects of Tax Cuts in the Reagan Administration pp. 403-419 Downloads
Gábor Kozma
Determinants of the Pricing of Bank Loans: a Structural VAR Based analysis pp. 420-433 Downloads
Mónika Pitz and Zoltán Schepp
Central Bank Modelling and Variables Doing Random Walks pp. 434-451 Downloads
Tibor Tatay and Balázs Kotosz
Economic Growth and Development in Central and Eastern Europe after the Transformation pp. 452-468 Downloads
Ákos Dombi
Applying Real Options Theory in the Electrical Energy Sector pp. 469-483 Downloads
Vivien Csapi

Volume 58, issue 3, 2013

The Effect of Sovereign Debt on Economic Growth and Economic Development pp. 251-270 Downloads
Zsolt Szabó
Indebtedness in Central and Eastern Europe - Eight years of new EU members pp. 271-292 Downloads
András Giday
The Effect of the Economic Crisis on Local Governments in OECD Countries - The domestic financial risks of the Hungarian local government sector pp. 293-306 Downloads
Péter Halmosi
The Financial Management of Local Governments in 2011 in Light of the Crowding-out effect of their debt service pp. 307-333 Downloads
Tamás Vasvári
Savings and Implicit Debt in Pension Systems pp. 334-348 Downloads
Borbála Szüle

Volume 58, issue 2, 2013

Crisis Management in the EU, Prospects for the De-politicisation of Economic Policy pp. 119-132 Downloads
Dóra Gyõrffy
Governance in Europe, Trends and Fault Lines pp. 133-147 Downloads
Istvan Benczes and Gergely Rezessy
The Modes of Matching of Insolvency Proceedings in International Comparison pp. 148-162 Downloads
Zsuzsa Piller
The Impact of Developments Implemented from Public Finances, with Special Regard to EU Cohesion Policy pp. 163-183 Downloads
Györgyi Nyikos
On the Independence of Auditors, with Special Regard to the Financial Sector pp. 184-198 Downloads
Tünde Barabás
Evaluation of the Internal Control System at Central Budgetary Institutions pp. 199-218 Downloads
Zoltán István Dormán, Gábor Görgényi and Margit Horváth
Europe, Time to Wake Up! Change of monetary policy instruments — reduction of public debt (interest burdens), system of fiscal and monetary objectives — central bank independence pp. 219-229 Downloads
Tamás Bánfi, Attila Bánfi and Zoltán Bánfi
The Role of the Pakistani Government in the Efficient Management of Public Funds pp. 230-237 Downloads
Mobeen Ur Rehman

Volume 58, issue 1, 2013

Budgetary Risks of Monetary Policy with Special Regard to the Debt Rule pp. 11-34 Downloads
Gyula Pulay, János Máté, Ildikó Németh and Andrásné Zelei
Monetary Policy, Interest Groups, Financial Crisis pp. 35-52 Downloads
Pál Kolozsi
The Possible Causes of and Means of Avoiding External Financial Vulnerability Hungary versus Singapore pp. 53-75 Downloads
László György and József Veress
Balance Sheet Recession and Debt Financing pp. 76-94 Downloads
István Dedák
IMF Loans to Hungary, 1996–2008 pp. 95-110 Downloads
György Csáki
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