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Financial and Economic Review, Vol. 22 Issue 3, September 2023
Start-Up Ecosystem: Proposals for Fuelling the Hungarian Start-Up Scene
András Havas - Levente Jánoskuti - Márta Matécsa - Tamás Vecsernyés - Kata Hörcsig
Our Vision (Essay), pp. 5-25.
Inflation Shocks and Disinflation: Stylised Facts from the Past 50 Years
Balázs Spéder - Balázs Vonnák
Study, pp. 26-47.
An Empirical Analysis of the Predictive Power of European Yield Curves
Marcell Péter Granát - Gábor Neszveda - Dorottya Szabó
Study, pp. 48-66.
Factors Shaping Euro and Forint Cash Holding Ratios - The Rise of Cash Demand for Savings Purposes from the Turn of the Millennium
Anikó Bódi-Schubert - Ildikó Ritzlné Kazimir
Study, pp. 67-96.
Horizontal and Vertical Value Creation in Bankrobotics and the AI-Washing Phenomenon
Study, pp. 97-122.
Estimating the Energy Demand of the Residential Real Estate Stock in Hungary Based on Energy Performance Certificate Data
Mónika Bene - Antal Ertl - Áron Horváth - Gergely Mónus - Judit Székely
Study, pp. 123-151.
A New Vision for Electronic Payments in Hungary - the Payments 2030 Strategy
Vivien Deák - Kristóf Takács
Feature article - Challenges of the 21st century, pp. 152-165.
A Retrospective on the Early Period of the German Social Market Economy
Feature article - From the past to the future, pp. 166-172.
A Fascinating History of Chile's Economic Reforms and Reversals
David R. Henderson
Book review, pp. 173-180.
"State of the Art" Research on Bounded Rationality
Book review, pp. 181-182.
Budapest as Eurasia's Emerging Financial Hub - Report on the Budapest Renminbi Initiative Conference
Ildikó Nagy - Györgyi Puhl - Dávid Szabó - Dániel Szakács
Conference report, pp. 183-188.
Inflation in History
Pál Péter Kolozsi
Conference report, pp. 189-193.
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