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Should Inflation Measures Used by Central Banks Incorporate House Prices?: The Czech National Bank’s Approach
Hampl, Mojmír ; Havránek, Tomáš
In this note we describe the Czech National Bank’s approach to incorporating macroprudential considerations into monetary policy decision making: the use of a broader inflation measure that gives substantial weight to house prices and is considered along with headline CPI inflation. We argue that, in terms of theory, the broader inflation gauge is at least as suitable for measuring the value of money as headline CPI inflation is, but we also acknowledge practical problems that arise from the use of the broader index.
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Credit contraction in the Czech republic: causes and effects
Hampl, Mojmír ; Matoušek, Roman
The study examines the existence of close links between the economic, monetary and macroeconomic explanation purely failures in the credit market. It's trying to determine whether changes to the regulatory framework could be one of many factors that have changed the behavior of banks.
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Effectiveness of a deposit system on one-way containers in Czech republic
Slavík, Jan ; Jílková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Hřebíček, Jiří (referee) ; Šarapatka, Bořivoj (referee) ; Hampl, Mojmír (referee)
The reasons of the contemporaly regulation in the waste management regarding the theoretical basis (on that the regulation is built) are the main objectives of this work. Because of high induced costs of the erroneous state measures built on wrong expectations in the economy and because of less effectiveness and efficiency of these measures this analysis is very important. The test of induced costs should be accomplished on the example of the deposit system on one-way containers (PET bottles and cans), which should be implemented into the public law in the Czech republic in next few years. Hardly any measure in the waste management is provoking so intensive diskussion, as the deposit system on some beverages does. What is the main reason? Especially the rise of abatement costs by subjects influenced by the deposit system and the influence on the system of separate collection. The deposit system and the separate collection are competitive systems because of the reciprocal relationship. Regarding the driving forces of the regulation the main goal of this work is the modelling of costs and benefits of the deposit system in the Czech republic and the analysis of the decision making proces of affected subjects.

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1 Hampl, Martin
2 Hampl, Michal
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