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Latest Research News from MNB Institute: Spring 2021

Recent Publications and Much More
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

 The Institute of MNB at Corvinus University is committed to conduct rigorous, relevant, and cutting-edge research in economics and finance. 

Our research interests focus on a set of areas including monetary policy, financial stability, econometrics, green finance, behavioural economics, labour economics, banking and asset prices. Our faculty members publish in the most prestigious international and Hungarian scientific journals.

We also run the Economaniablog.hu to communicate the results of the most recent and relevant scientific achievements in economics and finance to a wide audience in Hungary and the world. Additionally, we organize seminars, workshops, and conferences to provide personal access to the knowledge of the best scholars in the world. 

Finally, we also organize scientific student paper conferences in monetary policy and financial stability, applied econometrics and finance to engage and support the students with the best academic merit.

Our most recent publications: 


Ádám Banai et al.  
in Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space
(Q1, AIp: 81, British Business Schools’ ranking: Top Journal)
Reluctant financialisaton: Financialisaton without financialised subjectivities in Hungary and the United States

Ádám Banai et al.
in Economic Systems
(Q2, AIp:41, British Business Schools’ ranking: Good Journal)
Waste of money or growth opportunity: The causal effect of EU subsidies on Hungarian SMEs

Eszter Baranyai 
in Journal of Property Investment and Finance 
(Q1, British Business Schools’ ranking: Journal with high standards)
Open-ended real estate funds: from flows to property  

Chaoyi Chen et al.
in Energy Policy
(Q1, AIp: 80, British Business Schools’ ranking: Good Journal)  
Renewable energy consumption and economic growth nexus: Evidence from a threshold model

Chaoyi Chen et al.
in Applied Economics Letters
(Q3, AIp: 14, British Business Schools’ ranking: Journal with high standards)  
Re-examining the Asymmetric Gasoline Pricing Mechanism in EU: a Note on a Panel Threshold Analysis

Chaoyi Chen et al.  
in Energy Economics
(Q1, AIp: 86, British Business Schools’ ranking: Very Good Journal)  
Can exchange rate pass-through explain the asymmetric gasoline puzzle? Evidence from a pooled panel threshold analysis of the EU

Gergő Gánics et al.
in Journal of Business & Economic Statistics
(Q1, AIp: 98, British Business Schools’ ranking: Top Journal)  
Confidence Intervals for Bias and Size Distortion in IV and Local Projections-IV Models

Gergő Gánics et al.
in International Journal of Forecasting
(Q1, AIp: 80, British Business Schools’ ranking: Very Good Journal)  
Bayesian VAR forecasts, survey information and structural change in the euro area  

Kristóf Lehmann et al.
in International Journal of Political Economy
(Q2, British Business Schools’ ranking: Journal with high standards)
Real and Monetary Theories of the Interest Rate.

Gábor Neszveda et al.
in Economics Letters
(Q1, AIp: 52, British Business Schools’ ranking: Very Good Journal)  
The Achilles’ heel of salience theory and a way to fix it

Gábor Neszveda et al.
in Theory and Decision
(Q1, AIp: 73, British Business Schools’ ranking: Good Journal)
When irrelevant alternatives do matter. The effect of focusing on loan decisions

Álmos Telegdy
in Labour Economics
(Q1, AIp: 84, British Business Schools’ ranking: Very Good Journal)  
Public wage spillovers: The role of individual characteristics and employer wage policies

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