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Magyar Nemzeti Bank (The Central Bank of Hungary) / MNB Working Papers

Raw citation data, Impact Factor, Immediacy Index, Published documents, Citations received, , Most cited papers , Latest citations and documents published in this series in EconPapers.

Raw data:
IF: Impact Factor: C2Y / D2Y
AIF: Average Impact Factor for series in RePEc in year y
DOC: Number of documents published in year y
CIT: Number of citations to the series in year y
D2Y: Number of articles published in y-1 plus y-2
C2Y: Cites in y to articles published in y-1 plus y-2
SC(%): Percentage of selft citations in y to articles published in y-1 plus y-2
CiY: Cites in year y to documents published in year y
IdI: Immediacy Index: CiY / Documents.
AII: Average Immediacy Index for series in RePEc in year y
Impact Factor:
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Documents published:
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Most cited documents in this series:

(1) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2004/6 Fiscal Policy, Business Cycles and Labor-Market Fluctuations (2004).
Cited: 12 times.

(2) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2000/7 Maastricht and the Choice of Exchange Rate Regime in Transition Countries During The Run-Up to EMU (2000).
Cited: 7 times.

(3) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:1999/6 Determinants of Real Exchange Rate Fluctuations in Hungary (1999).
Cited: 7 times.

(4) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2004/1 Business Cycle Synchronisation in the Enlarged EU: Comovements in the New and Old Members (2004).
Cited: 6 times.

(5) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2004/4 The Stability and Growth Pact from the Perspective of the New Member States (2004).
Cited: 4 times.

(6) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2005/03 Fiscal Divergence and Business Cycle Synchronization: Irresponsibility is Idiosyncratic (2005).
Cited: 4 times.

(7) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:1999/3 Capital Stock and Economic Development in Hungary (1999).
Cited: 3 times.

(8) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2000/9 Potential Output and Foreign Trade in Small Open Economies (2000).
Cited: 2 times.

(9) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:1998/3 The components of the real exchange rate in Hungary (1998).
Cited: 2 times.

(10) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2006/8 Customer order flow, information and liquidity on the Hungarian foreign exchange market (2006).
Cited: 2 times.

(11) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2002/3 Hungary in the NIGEM model (2002).
Cited: 2 times.

(12) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:1999/1 Leverage and foreign ownership in Hungary (1999).
Cited: 2 times.

(13) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2007/1 A Structural Empirical Analysis of Retail Banking Competition: the Case of Hungary (2007).
Cited: 2 times.

(14) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2006/5 Monetary Transmission Mechanism in Transition Economies: Surveying the Surveyable (2006).
Cited: 2 times.

(15) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2003/1 The behavior of the nominal exchange rate at the beginning of disinflations (2003).
Cited: 2 times.

(16) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2005/06 Exchange Rate Smoothing in Hungary (2005).
Cited: 2 times.

(17) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:1999/10 Financial Contagion under Different Exchange Rate Regimes (1999).
Cited: 2 times.

(18) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2004/12 Investment Behavior, User Cost and Monetary Policy Transmission - the Case of Hungary (2004).
Cited: 2 times.

(19) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2007/5 Money Velocity in an Endogenous Growth Business Cycle with Credit Shocks (2007).
Cited: 2 times.

(20) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2005/04 Mind the Gap – International Comparison of Cyclical Adjustment of the Budget (2005).
Cited: 1 times.

(21) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2003/9 Real Effects of Nominal shocks: a 2-sector Dynamic Model with Slow Capital Adjustment and Money-in-the-utility (2003).
Cited: 1 times.

(22) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2000/6 Financial crises in transition countries: models and facts (2000).
Cited: 1 times.

(23) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2005/01 Estimating the Effect of Hungarian Monetary Policy within a Structural VAR Framework (2005).
Cited: 1 times.

(24) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2003/10 The Role of Foreign Banks in Five Central and Eastern European Countries (2003).
Cited: 1 times.

(25) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2006/4 How does monetary policy affect aggregate demand? A multimodel approach for Hungary (2006).
Cited: 1 times.

(26) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:1999/8 Changes in the Implicit Debt Burden of the Hungarian Social Security System (1999).
Cited: 1 times.

(27) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2005/07 Location of manufacturing FDI in Hungary: How important are inter-company relationships? (2005).
Cited: 1 times.

(28) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2001/4 Financial Stability, Monetary Policy and Integration: Policy Choices for Transition Economies (2001).
Cited: 1 times.

(29) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2005/05 A New Method for Combining Detrending Techniques with Application to Business Cycle Synchronization of the New EU Members (2005).
Cited: 1 times.

(30) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2003/5 Explaining the Exchange Rate Pass-Through in Hungary: Simulations with the NIGEM Model (2003).
Cited: 1 times.

(31) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2000/2 Estimates of and Problems with Core Inflation in Hungary (2000).
Cited: 1 times.

(32) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2004/8 Interest rate pass-through in Hungary (2004).
Cited: 1 times.

(33) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2006/2 Layoffs as Part of an Optimal Incentive Mix: Theory and Evidence (2006).
Cited: 1 times.

(34) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2004/5 Dual inflation and real exchange rate in new open economy macroeconomics (2004).
Cited: 1 times.

(35) RePEc:mnb:wpaper:2001/5 Banking Sector Reform in Hungary: Lessons Learned, Current Trends and Prospects (2001).
Cited: 1 times.

Latest citations received in: | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001

Latest citations received in: 2004

(1) RePEc:erp:euirsc:p0134 The Endogenity of the Optimum Currency Area Criteria, Trade, and Labour Market Rigidities: Implications for EMU Enlargement (2004). European University Institute (EUI), Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies (RSCAS) / EUI-RSCAS Working Papers

(2) RePEc:hhs:bofitp:2004_020 A meta-analysis of business cycle correlation between the euro area and CEECs: What do we know – and who cares? (2004). Bank of Finland, Institute for Economies in Transition / BOFIT Discussion Papers

(3) RePEc:wdi:papers:2004-709 The Stability and Growth Pact from the Perspective Of the New Member States (2004). William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross Business School / William Davidson Institute Working Papers Series

Latest citations received in: 2003

Latest citations received in: 2002

Latest citations received in: 2001

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