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Public Finance Quarterly

2005 - 2024

From Corvinus University of Budapest
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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 Pető 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
Katalin Ágnes Pályi

Volume 60, issue 3, 2015

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
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, Erzsébet Németh and Csaba Hatvani
Risk, Risk Perception, Risk Management – a Review of the Literature pp. 29-48 Downloads
Tamás Vasvári
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

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 – New goals of the reforms pp. 457-469 Downloads
Péter Halmosi
Performance of Stock Market Prediction – A study on prediction accuracy and realised return pp. 470-491 Downloads
Lai, Ping-fu (Brian) 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 – Econometric Evidence from Aggregated and Disaggregated Data pp. 346-354 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-Raphael Alventosa

Volume 59, issue 2, 2014

Preventing Corruption by Strengthening Organisational Integrity pp. 133-148 Downloads
Gyula Pulay
Towards Integrity – Integrity Education and Research at the National University of Public Service pp. 149-163 Downloads
Katalin Pallai and Norbert Kis
Objectives, Methodology and Results of the Integrity Survey (2011–2013) pp. 164-186 Downloads
János Szatmári, Lili Kakatics and Zoltán Gyula Szabó
What are the Differences Between the Currencies of Foreign Exchange Loans? pp. 187-206 Downloads
Gábor Dávid Kiss and Tamás Schuszter
Liquidity and Credit Risk in the Emerging Financial Markets pp. 207-219 Downloads
Amir Saadaoui and Younes Boujelbene
Analysis of the Factors that Influence the Financial Literacy of Young People Studying in Higher Education pp. 220-241 Downloads
Alexandra Luksander, Daniel Beres, Katalin Huzdik and Erzsébet Németh
From Sovereign Default to Delayed Correction: Lessons Learned from the Argentine Monetary Policy pp. 242-257 Downloads
Ábel 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 and 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 and Raymund Petz
Fiscal Imbalances, Poverty and Inequality in Pakistan pp. 86-93 Downloads
Irfan Ullah and Naimatullah Baber
Acquisition-driven IPOs – Theory and evidence in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 94-108 Downloads
András Szabó and 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
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