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Public Finance Quarterly

2005 - 2024

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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 – Literature review 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
A Few Notes on the Study by László Csaba pp. 484-488 Downloads
Tamás Bánfi

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
„My old horse-cart's running slow”? pp. 349-359 Downloads
József Móczár

Volume 58, issue 2, 2013

Crisis Management in the EU, Prospects for the De-politicisation of Economic Policy pp. 119-132 Downloads
Dóra Győrffy
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

Editorial pp. 7-9 Downloads
Katalin Botos
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

Volume 57, issue 4, 2012

Public Finance Quarterly Gets Impact Factor pp. 379-380 Downloads
Erzsébet Németh
Public Procurement as Auction – Theoretical Models and Practical Problems pp. 381-393 Downloads
Krisztina Antal-Pomázi
Which Way Now? – A Theoretical Programme for the Transition to Accrual-Based Accounting pp. 394-411 Downloads
Ferenc Bathó
International Accounting Standardisation in Hungarian Practice pp. 412-425 Downloads
Jenő Beke and Mónika Tiszberger
Accounting – Profession vs. Science pp. 426-436 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Ilona Kovács and István Deák
Environmental Accounting – A New Challenge for the Accounting System pp. 437-452 Downloads
Hajnalka Ván
Evaluation of the Utilisation of EU Funds in Micro-Regions pp. 453-473 Downloads
Mónika Lambertné Katona
The Impact of Capital Market Players’ Exit, Voice and Loyalty on Economic Growth pp. 474-489 Downloads
Zsolt Szabó
The Great Depression – Retro Part 2: On the Great Depression in Light of New Research pp. 490-503 Downloads
László Ohnsorge-Szabó

Volume 57, issue 3, 2012

Financial Literacy and Risk-Taking of Households in the Hungarian Central Great Plain pp. 267-285 Downloads
Katalin Botos, József Botos, Daniel Beres, József Csernák and Erzsébet Németh
Our Everyday Emotions and Finances – The role money-related attitudes and materialistic orienta-tion play in developing financial culture pp. 286-297 Downloads
Boglárka Zsótér and Péter Nagy
Financial Literacy and Macro-economics pp. 298-312 Downloads
Daniel Beres and Katalin Huzdik
The History of American Financial Regulation pp. 313-331 Downloads
Zsuzsánna Biedermann
Bank Taxes in the European Union pp. 332-346 Downloads
Levente Kovács
Challenges of Direct European Supervision of Financial Markets pp. 347-357 Downloads
László Szegedi
Causes of Foreign Currency Lending – Possibilities of Inter-vention – Ways of Intervention pp. 358-370 Downloads
Tamás Bánfi

Volume 57, issue 2, 2012

Operating Risks and the Increasing Indebtedness of Hungarian Local Governments – Audit experiences of the State Audit Office of Hungary pp. 155-163 Downloads
László Domokos
Local Government Indebted-ness and Debt Management in Switzerland – Causes and consequences pp. 164-172 Downloads
Christian Melly
The Role of Systematic Internal Control and Audit in Reducing Management Risk at Hungarian Local Governments pp. 173-183 Downloads
Lajosné Gyüre
Application of Social Discount Rate in Public Projects pp. 184-199 Downloads
Éva Pálinkó and Márta Szabó
The Features, Background and Difficulties of Bank Regulatory Capital Requirements pp. 200-212 Downloads
Alíz Zsolnai
Characteristics of Hungarian Higher Education in an International Perspective pp. 213-233 Downloads
Gergely Harsányi and Szilvia Vincze
A Comprehensive Review of the Financial Reporting System of Higher Education and a Recommendation pp. 234-256 Downloads
Mihály Ormos and Attila Veress

Volume 57, issue 1, 2012

Editorial pp. 7-8 Downloads
Erzsébet Németh
Similarities and differences in european crisis management pp. 9-27 Downloads
Árpád Kovács and Péter Halmosi
The impact of the crisis on the monetary autonomy of Central and Eastern European countries pp. 28-52 Downloads
Gábor Dávid Kiss and Andreász Kosztopulosz
The Impact of the Global Economic Crisis in the Old and New Cohesion Member States of the European Union pp. 53-70 Downloads
Beáta Farkas
Competition Policy in Europe – Temporary or Long-Lasting Changes?: Changes of the principles and the practice of state aid during the crisis pp. 71-90 Downloads
Éva Voszka
The Question Marks of Public Audits – Regularities and Irregularities in Public Administration pp. 91-100 Downloads
Marianna Nagy
Establishment and Early Operations of the State Audit Office of Hungary pp. 101-115 Downloads
Mihály T. Révész
Comparison of the Redistribution Level and Structure of Functional Expenditure in the Visegrád Countries pp. 116-139 Downloads
Gabor Kiss and Róbert Szemere
Saving Capitalism from the Capitalists pp. 140-148 Downloads
Katalin Botos
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