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2023/05: Which Sectors Go On When There Is a Sudden Stop? An Empirical Analysis Downloads
István Kónya and Miklós Váry
2023/04: Economic Costs of Distancing Policy Interventions Downloads
Olivér Rácz
2023/03: Which Social Choice Rule is More Dictatorial? Downloads
Dezső Bednay, Balázs Fleiner and Attila Tasnádi
2023/02: A panel analysis of fertility trends in Europe, with a special emphasis on CEE countries Downloads
András Olivér Németh, Petra Németh and László Tőkés
2023/01: The Effect of Distancing Policies on the Reproduction Number of COVID-19 Downloads
Olivér Rácz
2022/06: Mixed-strategy equilibrium of the symmetric production in advance game: the missing case Downloads
Attila Tasnádi
2022/05: New predictor-corrector interior-point algorithm with AET function having inflection point Downloads
Tibor Illés, Petra Renáta Rigó and Roland Török
2022/04: Interior-point algorithms for symmetric cone horizontal linear complementarity problems based on a new class of algebraically equivalent transformations Downloads
Zsolt Darvay and Petra Renáta Rigó
2022/03: A new Ai-Zhang type interior point algorithm for sufficient linear complementarity problems Downloads
Marianna E. Nagy and Anita Varga
2022/02: Unified approach of primal-dual interior-point algorithms for a new class of AET functions Downloads
Tibor Illés, Petra Renáta Rigó and Roland Török
2022/01: A Three-Period Extension of The CAPM Downloads
Helga Habis and Laura Perge
2021/07: What is the child-related compensational pension system good for and what is not? Downloads
Petra Németh and Eszter Szabó-Bakos
2021/06: A new long-step interior point algorithm for linear programming based on the algebraic equivalent transformation Downloads
Marianna E. Nagy and Anita Varga
2021/05: Economic growth and carbon causality: A three-step analysis for Hungary Downloads
Emilia Németh-Durkó
2021/04: The impact of social pressure of differing audience size on referees and team performances from a North American perspective Downloads
Dávid Szabó
2021/03: Cohesion project characteristics and regional economic growth in the European Union Downloads
Zsolt Darvas, Jan Mazza and Catarina Midões
2021/02: Predictor-corrector interior-point algorithm based on a new search direction working in a wide neighbourhood of the central path Downloads
Tibor Illés, Petra Renáta Rigó and Roland Török
2021/01: New predictor-corrector interior-point algorithm for symmetric cone horizontal linear complementarity problems Downloads
Zsolt Darvay and Petra Renáta Rigó
2020/06: The Limit of the Non-dictatorship Index Downloads
Dezső Bednay, Balázs Fleiner and Attila Tasnádi
2020/05: New life for an old framework: redesigning the European Union's expenditure and golden fiscal rules Downloads
Zsolt Darvas and Julia Anderson
2020/04: Economic growth and income distribution implications of public spending and tax decisions Downloads
Zsolt Darvas
2020/03: Predictor-corrector interior-point algorithm for sufficient linear complementarity problems based on a new type of algebraic equivalent transformation technique Downloads
Zsolt Darvay, Tibor Illés and Petra Renáta Rigó
2020/02: Personal Bankruptcy: Model structures and the fresh start Downloads
Gyorgy Walter
2020/01: Forecasting exchange rates of major currencies with long maturity forward rates Downloads
Zsolt Darvas and Zoltán Schepp
2019/09: Upstream responsibility games – the non-tree case Downloads
Miklós Pintér and Anna Ráhel Radványi
2019/08: Necessary conditions on the existence of pure Nash equilibrium in concave games and Cournot oligopoly games Downloads
Ferenc Forgó
2019/07: Success Factors of Crowdfunding Campaigns in Medical Research: Perceptions and Reality Downloads
Anna Aleksina, Stanislau Akulenka and Ágnes Lublóy
2019/06: Production in advance versus production to order: Equilibrium and social surplus Downloads
Attila Tasnádi
2019/05: Corrigendum to "Production in advance versus production to order" [J. Econ. Behav. Organ. 54 (2004) 191-204] Downloads
Attila Tasnádi
2019/04: Axiomatizations of the Shapley Value for Upstream Responsibility Games Downloads
Miklós Pintér and Anna Radványi
2019/03: Bertrand-Edgeworth duopoly with a socially concerned firm Downloads
Balázs Nagy and Attila Tasnádi
2019/02: Existing and potential solutions to reduce financial exclusion - theoretical considerations and practical initiatives at the meeting point of finance and ethics Downloads
Zsuzsanna Győri
2019/01: Herding behaviour in an emerging market: Evidence from the Moscow Exchange Downloads
Edgars Rihards Indars, Aliaksei Savin and Ágnes Lublóy
2018/09: Dictatorship versus manipulability Downloads
Dezső Bednay, Anna Moskalenko and Attila Tasnádi
2018/08: Mixed duopolies with advance production Downloads
Tamás László Balogh and Attila Tasnádi
2018/07: How economic growth and energy consumption contribute to environmental degradation? Downloads
Emilia Németh-Durkó
2018/06: The Shapley Value for Upstream Responsibility Games Downloads
Anna Radványi
2018/05: New European Banking Governance and Crisis of Democracy: Insights from the European post-socialist periphery Downloads
Dora Piroska and Ana Podvršič
2018/04: On symmetric bimatrix games Downloads
Ferenc Forgó
2018/03: Could crowdsourced financial analysis replace the equity research by investment banks? Downloads
Karl Arnold Kommel, Martin Sillasoo and Ágnes Lublóy
2018/02: How does the state destroy incentives in innovation financing? Downloads
Edina Berlinger
2018/01: How do manager incentives influence corporate hedging? Downloads
Zsolt Bihary and Barbara Dömötör
2017/07: On the enforcement value of soft correlated equilibrium for two-facility simple linear congestion games Downloads
Ferenc Forgó
2017/06: 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification can be manipulated Downloads
László Csató
2017/05: Why APRC is misleading and how it should be reformed Downloads
Edina Berlinger
2017/04: Lower fragmentation of coordination in primary care is associated with lower prescribing drug costs-lessons from chronic illness care in Hungary Downloads
Ágnes Lublóy, Judit Lilla Keresztúri and Gábor Benedek
2017/03: Anti-cyclical versus Risk-sensitive Margin Strategies in Central Clearing Downloads
Edina Berlinger, Barbara Dömötör and Ferenc Illés
2017/02: Optimality of linear factor structures Downloads
Borbála Szüle
2017/01: Funding Hungary: Exposing Normal and Dysfunctional Crisis Management Downloads
Dora Piroska
2016/14: Decentralized Clearing in Financial Networks Downloads
Péter Csóka and P. Jean-Jacques Herings
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