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Welcome to our website! The Financial and Economic Review, edited and published by the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the Central bank of Hungary), has become one of the most widely read economic and financial academic journals in Hungary, with a large readership also abroad, following a significant renewal of its content and format in recent years. Our quarterly journal is published in Hungarian and English and is rated B in the fields of economics and regional studies and C in the field of demography by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Our articles in English and Hungarian are included in the systems of MTMT and Matarka, in the REAL repository and in the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) system, and our English articles are also included in IDEAS/RePEc. We also publish an annual Chinese-language selection volume.

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  • Publication rate: 56.8%
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Financial and Economic Review, Vol. 23 Issue 2, June 2024


The Recent History of Hungarian Monetary Policy and Future Challenges for Central Banks
András Balogh - Zsolt Kuti - Annamária Sipos-Madarász
Our Vision (Essay), pp. 5-30.

Sustainability Indicators - the Boundaries and Alternatives of GDP
Csaba Kandrács - Renátó Ritter
Study, pp. 31-55.

Deglobalisation and Decoupling Tendencies in the Visegrád Countries in the Wake of the Polycrisis
Tamás Ginter - Patrik Tischler
Study, pp. 56-82.

Differences between Hungarian Innovation-Driven and Innovative Enterprises Based on Primary Research
Mihály Szoboszlai - Tímea Várnai - Áron Szakály
Study, pp. 83-104.

Market Timing Investment Methods on the Budapest Stock Exchange
Attila Zoltán Nagy
Study, pp. 105-130.

The Challenges of Fragmentation of the International Financial System - Towards a Brave New World Order?
János Müller - Ádám Kerényi
Essay, pp. 131-155.

Is the Next EU Enlargement Taking Shape?
Péter Gottfried
Feature article - Challenges of the 21st century, pp. 156-169.

Proposal for a Stabilisation Mechanism for the EU Budget
Donát Márk Kiss - György Szapáry
Feature article - Challenges of the 21st century, pp. 170-185.

The Bretton Woods System as the Cornerstone of the United States' Hegemony
Ágnes Solti
Feature article - From the past to the future, pp. 186-204.

Lessons from the Fed's Monetary Policy (Ben S. Bernanke: The 21st Century Monetary Policy: The Federal Reserve from the Great Inflation to COVID-19)
Katalin Botos
Book review, pp. 205-212.

A Frank Sinatra at the Helm of Deutsche Bank? (Josef Ackermann: Mein Weg)
Dietmar Meyer
Book review, pp. 213-217.

Outsmarting Smart Contracts - or Does Man Always Win? (Ari Juels: The Oracle)
Blanka Kovács
Book review, pp. 218-220.

Financial Stability Challenges - Report on the "Financial Stability Conference: Turbulent Times" in Budapest
László Máté Csontos - Katinka Szász - Márton Zsigó
Conference report, pp. 221-231.


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