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EDINA BERLINGER, PhD

Professor, Head of Department                             
Corvinus University of Budapest                
Corvinus Business School        
Department of Finance                               
Hungary, 1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 8.     
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E-mail: edina.berlinger( )uni-corvinus.hu       
Room: Main Building  285                         
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Curriculum vitae 

Publications (www.mtmt.hu)

 

Selected papers

 

Berlinger, Edina (2019) Why APRC is misleading and how it should be reformed COGENT ECONOMICS & FINANCE 7: 1 pp. 1-18.

 

Berlinger, Edina; Bihary, Zsolt; Walter, György (2018) Corporate cash-pool valuation: a Monte Carlo approach STUDIES IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 35: 1 pp. 153-162.

 

Berlinger, Edina; Dömötör, Barbara; Illés, Ferenc (2018) Optimal margin requirement FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS, online first

 

Berlinger, Edina (2018) Noisy valuations, ECONOMY AND FINANCE 2018: 4 pp. 1-13.

 

Berlinger, Edina; Bihary, Zsolt; Walter, György (2017) Corporate cash-pool valuation in a multifirm context: A closed formula FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS 22: August pp. 30-34.

 

Berlinger, Edina (2017) Implicit rating: A potential new method to alert crisis on the interbank lending market FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS 21: May pp. 277-283.

 

Berlinger, Edina; Lovas, Anita; Juhász, Péter (2017) State subsidy and moral hazard in corporate financing CENTRAL EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS RESEARCH 25: 4 pp. 743-770.

 

Berlinger, Edina (2017) Ergodicity in finance ECONOMY AND FINANCE 2017: 4: 4 pp. 246-259.

 

Berlinger, Edina; Dömötör, Barbara; Illés, Ferenc; Váradi, Kata (2016) Stress Indicator for Clearing Houses CENTRAL EUROPEAN BUSINESS REVIEW 5: 4 pp. 47-60., 14 p. (2016)

 

Berlinger, Edina; Walter, György (2016) Income Contingent Repayments – How Can We Get into a Debt Trap? CENTRAL EUROPEAN BUSINESS REVIEW 5: 2 pp. 37-46.

 

Berlinger, Edina; Walter György (2015) Income contingent repayment scheme for nonperforming mortgage loans in Hungary ACTA OECONOMICA 65: S1 pp. 123-147.

 

Berlinger, Edina; Váradi, Kata (2015) Risk appetite PUBLIC FINANCE QUARTERLY 60: 1 pp. 45-62.

 

Berlinger, Edina (2009) An efficient student loan system: case study of Hungary HIGHER EDUCATION IN EUROPE 34: 2 pp. 257-267.

Utolsó frissítés: 2019.05.24.