In the current issue of the journal with impact factor E + M Economics and Management was published paper by Irena Szarowská and Roman Šperka "FINANCIAL TRANSACTION TAXATION IN AGENT-BASED SIMULATION" . The study is unique as it investigates the impact of financial transaction taxes (FTTs) on the stability of financial markets and applies  agent-based models and simulations. As the model described in this paper explores dependence market stability to the extent of FTTs, the model should not be interpreted as a model only for the introduction of FTT, but as a general model of transaction costs’ influence on the financial market.For more information, including the full version of this article downloads are available on pages of the journal: http://www.ekonomie-management.cz/en/archiv/search/detail/1340-financial-transaction-taxation-in-agent-based-simulation/

Tomáš Heryán participated on the International Conference on European Integration ICEI 2016, with his article called „The financial position of the hotel industry in the Czech Republic“.

http://www.ekf.vsb.cz/icei/en/

Iveta Palečková participates on the 14th International Conference - Data Envelopment Analysis held on 23- 27 May 2016 in Wuhan, China. She presents contribution on the topic of efficiency of the banking sector in Bulgaria and Romania using dynamic DEA approach. Iveta moreover attends the workshop on new approaches to the DEA model. 

http://www.deaconference.com/dea2016/home/index.html

International conference Business and Management 2016 was held in Vilnius (Lithuania) on 12 - 13 May 2016. Department of Finance and Accounting was represented by two contributions: "Product-Level Analysis of Relationship between Czech Koruna and Czech Foreign Trade" (Jana Šimáková) and "Cost Efficiency of the Czech and Slovak Banking Sectors: An Application of the Data Envelopment Analysis "(Iveta Palečková).

http://www.bm.vgtu.lt/index.php/bm/bm_2016

Within the International Week in Hungary, the event organized by University of Szeged, Tomáš Heryán had three lectures connected with issues of banking, EU credit markets and changes on the selected financial markets in context with current situation in the EU. Among 21 students who had been attended his lectures, there were not only the students from Hungary, but also from Spain, Italy, France, Turkey, Serbia, and even from CZ! He attended also two workshops focused on innovations in international co-operation as well as a higher level of teaching the international students.

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