The latest issue of the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is now published.
You can access the articles on the following links:
Income Inequality and the Distributional Effects of Monetary Policy: The Role of Financial Heterogeneity
M. Belén GUERCIO, Lisana B. MARTINEZ, Aurelio F. BARIVIERA, Valeria SCHERGER:
Credit Crunch or Loan Demand Shortage: What Is the Problem with the SMEs’ Financing?
Marcin HUMANICKI, Krzysztof OLSZEWSKI:
The Heterogeneous Nature of FDI in Central and Eastern Europe. Impact of the Entry Mode on the Host Country’s Economic Growth
Dejan ŽIVKOV, Jelena DAMNJANOVIĆ, Jasmina ĐURASKOVIĆ:
The Effect of Oil Price Uncertainty on Industrial Production in the Major European Economies - Methodologies Based on the Bayesian Approach
The journal is published by Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University and is currently edited by Roman Horváth (Editor-in-Chief), and Senior editors: Jarko Fidrmuc (Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen), Martin Fukač (New Zealand Treasury), Evžen Kočenda (Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague), Ondřej Schneider (IES, IIF), and Laurent Weill (University of Strasbourg).
With this issue, the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance also welcomes a new editor and editorial board members:
New Editor: Stefan Lyocsa (Institute of Economic Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences)
New Editorial Board members: Eduard Baumohl (University of Economics, Bratislava), Tomáš Vyrost (University of Economics, Bratislava) and Max Gillman (University of Missouri - St. Louis)
Autor - Barbora Holková