Posts Tagged ‹economic growth

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

The Choice of Monetary Policy and Its Relevance for Economic Performance: Empirical Evidence from a Global Perspective

Monetary policy is considered to be one of the most important public policies influencing not only the level of prices in economy, the volatility of exchange rates or interest rates, but also the structure of production of goods and services. This paper analyses the importance of monetary policy for economic...
Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

THE HELPING HAND: The Role of the EU in the Democratization of Post-Communist Europe

Two decades after the collapse of communism, there are major differences in the extent of democratization within the Iron Curtain countries. Aware of the complex mechanism to trace possible causes for such a variation, this study uses qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) to test the influence of nine international and domestic...

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