A study written by Tomáš Heryán and Panayiotis G. Tzeremes, called “The bank lending channel of monetary policy in EU countries during the global financial crisis”, has been accepted in Economic Modelling journal. The article is now published online at (or you can already see its previous version via the profile of Tomáš Heryán at ResearchGate):              http://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S0264999316302073

 

Paper by Jana Šimáková employs the known gravity model and applies it on the relationship between exchange rate volatility and foreign trade of the Visegrad Group. The empirical analysis uses territorial and commodity structuring of foreign trade and therefore isolates the specific effects for different product categories. The full article "The Gravity Modelling of the Relationship between Exchange Rate Volatility and Foreign Trade in Visegrad Countries" is available in the latest issue of ACTA VSFS - Economic Studies and Analyses (1/2016, vol. 10): http: // www. vsfs.cz/periodika/acta-2016-1.pdf

Irena Szarowská participates on the 4th international conference "KITAB 2016- Knowledge, Innovation and Technology Across Borders: Developing the Research Agenda" held on 27-28 June in Tallinn, Estonia, with her article called "Does Public R&D Expenditure Effect on Economic Growth in CEE Countries?" http://www.ttu.ee/conference/kitab/

Lenka Přečková participates on the 13th Internation Scientific Conference on 27.6.-.28.6.2016 in Brno. The Department of Finance at Masaryk University holds a traditional annual meeting of academic and business professionals in the area of finance. She presents contribution the topic of Functioning of Bancassurance in Selected Countries in Which the Financial Group Erste Group Bank Operates in session Insurance. More information: http://is.muni.cz/do/econ/soubory/konference/efs/Program_EFS_2016.pdf

In the current issue of the journal with impact factor E + M Economics and Management was published paper by Irena Szarowská and Roman Šperka "FINANCIAL TRANSACTION TAXATION IN AGENT-BASED SIMULATION" . The study is unique as it investigates the impact of financial transaction taxes (FTTs) on the stability of financial markets and applies  agent-based models and simulations. As the model described in this paper explores dependence market stability to the extent of FTTs, the model should not be interpreted as a model only for the introduction of FTT, but as a general model of transaction costs’ influence on the financial market.For more information, including the full version of this article downloads are available on pages of the journal: http://www.ekonomie-management.cz/en/archiv/search/detail/1340-financial-transaction-taxation-in-agent-based-simulation/

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