Jana Janoušková and Šárka Sobotovičová participated in an international conference on Fiscal Decentralization and Effectiveness of Regional and Local Authorities in the EU on 10 November 2017. The conference was organized by the College of Regional Development in cooperation with the European Movement in the Czech Republic. The panel discussion with representatives from the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of the Interior of the CR or representatives of the CRIF-Czech Credit Bureau was very impressive.
Within the current volume of the Economic Modelling, the impacted English journal, has been published the study written by Tomas Heryan. The paper is called The bank lending channel of monetary policy in EU countries during the global financial crisis. Tom was working on that with foreign colleague since 2014. The study has gone through a long journey. Firstly, it already went in its first versions through two Working Papers. Then it was presented within the 15th International Conference on Finance and Banking in Prague in the Congress center of Czech National Bank. Finally, after the 13 pages long latter to one of anonymous reviewers, its latest version has been accepted for publishing in the journal.
The WROFIN - Wroclaw Conference on Finance was held in Wroclaw on 13 - 14/09/2017. Jana Šimáková participated there with the contribution "The Role of the Exchange Rates in the Stock Price Development of Companies in the Chemical Industry". More information about the conference can be found here: http://wrofin.ue.wroc.pl/
Paper by Irena Szarowská was published in the latest issue (2/2017) of the Journal of International Studies. The journal is indexed in SCOPUS database.The full text of the paper "Does public R&D expenditure matter for economic growth?GMM approach" is free to download here: http://www.jois.eu/?334,en_does-public-rd-expenditure-matter-for-economic-growth
Comparative Economic Research (Scopus indexed) has just published an article by Tomáš Pražák and Daniel Stavárek "The Relationship Between Stock Market Development and Macroeconomic Fundamentals in the Visegrad Group". The key conclusion of the study is the empirical confirmation of the negative impact of macroeconomic variables changes on stock prices.The full text of the paper is available at https://doi.org/10.1515/cer-2017-0017