Prague Economic Papers
Prague Economic Papers is a representative scientific quarterly dealing with economic theory, modelling and analyses, problems of economic and social development of the Czech Republic and other economies. It presents information about scientific life and new relevant economic literature published in the Czech Republic and in other countries. The aim of the Prague Economic Papers is to publish high-quality papers and analytical studies that will be interesting to both theoretically and practically specialized readers. As a peer reviewed scientific journal it has been published since 1992 by the University of Economics, Prague.
Prague Economic Papers is indexed in Thomson Reuters products: Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Scisearch and Journal Citation Report/Social Sciences Edition, in Elsevier's A&I database Scopus, in EconLit and RePEc/EconPapers electronic databases.
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Josef Arlt, Martin Mandel
The Reaction Function of Three Central Banks
Jaromír Kukal, Tran Van Quang
A Monetary Policy Rule Based on Fuzzy Control in an Inflation Targeting Framework
Piotr Ciżkowicz, Andrzej Rzońca
Interest Rates Close to Zero, Post-crisis Restructuring and Natural Interest Rate
Jitka Bartošová, Nicholas T. Longford
A Study of Income Stability in the Czech Republic by Finite Mixtures
Rastislav Potocký, Helmut Waldl, Milan Stehlík
On Sums of Claims and their Applications in Analysis of Pension Funds and Insurance Products
Jitka Poměnková, Svatopluk Kapounek, Roman Maršálek
Variability of Dynamic Correlation – The Evidence of Sector-Specific Shocks in V4 Countries
Oksana Melikhova, Jakub Čížek
Kuznets Inverted U-Curve Hypothesis Examined on Up-To Date Observations for 145 Countries