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Development of the Czech Economy - 1st half of 2012
Český statistický úřad
Evaluation of the development of the Czech Republic's real and monetary economy over the past period (performance of basic sectors, GDP, expenditures, pensions, external economic relations, prices, labor market, money supply, interest, state budget).
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Development of the Czech Economy - 1st quarter 2012
Český statistický úřad
Evaluation of the development of the Czech Republic's real and monetary economy over the past period (performance of basic sectors, GDP, expenditures, pensions, external economic relations, prices, labor market, money supply, interest, state budget).
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Development of the Czech Republic's Economy - 1st to 3rd Quarter 2012
Český statistický úřad
Evaluation of the development of the Czech Republic's real and monetary economy over the past period (performance of basic sectors, GDP, expenditures, pensions, external economic relations, prices, labor market, money supply, interest, state budget).
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Trend of Macroeconomic Development and Quality of Life in the Czech Republic - 2014
Dubská, Drahomíra ; Kučera, Lukáš ; Kamenický, Jiří
Analýza se zabývá výkonností ekonomiky ČR, nerovnováhami a vybranými ukazateli konkurenceschopnosti a konvergenčních procesů v mezinárodním srovnání a středně- či dlouhodobém časovém horizontu. Ve stejném rámci sleduje i vývoj vybraných indikátorů kvality života.
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Czech Republic in International Comparison (Selected indicators) - 2017
Český statistický úřad
International comparison of the Czech Republic with other countries, especially with the European Union member states. A wide range of data from many statistical domains, e.g. information on population, labour market, living standard, national accounts, finance, prices, industry, external trade, services and environment.
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Economic Research Bulletin (2017, No.2). Volume 15, Number 2, November 2017, Effects of Monetary Policy
Česká národní banka
Monetary policy is a one of the core functions of modern central banks. The recent economic crisis –the “Great Recession”, as it is sometimes dubbed–created new challenges as regards properly understanding the functioning of monetary policy and its effects and interactions with other policies. This issue of the Economic Research Bulletin presents a sample of CNB staff research that contributes to the understanding of this important and exciting research agenda.
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Trend of macroeconomic development and quality of life in the Czech Republic - in 2015
Odbor Kancelář předsedkyně ; Oddělení svodných analýz
Regular annual analysis The tendency of macroeconomic development and quality of life in the Czech Republic is a more extensive empirical analysis of the previous year, which is time-bound in the context of medium- and long-term trends of development and supplemented by international comparison, especially with the countries of the European Union. If the data of the previous year are not available in certain selected topics, the time series and their evaluation end with the year for which the data are last available.
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Economic Research Bulletin (2017, No.1). Volume 15, Number 1, May 2017, Trade and External Relations
Česká národní banka
One of the key determinants of economic development in small open economies such as the Czech one is the external environment. Understanding the linkages to the external world is therefore of utmost importance for policymakers. It is not only international trade that is important. Capital flows and exchange rate fluctuations are also among the economic phenomena that should be monitored and analysed. The articles in this Research Bulletin represent a sample of the CNB’s research dealing with modelling of trade and capital flows and exchange rate fluctuations. The first article decomposes aggregate export growth in the Czech Republic in 2005–2014. The second article presents research aimed at improving the trade forecast. The third article also contains research relevant to economic forecasting. The fourth article studies the role of exchange rate movements.
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Austrian Business Cycle Theory and Its Application to Modern Economic Crises
Skala, Jakub ; Janotík, Tomáš (advisor) ; Princ, Michael (referee)
Business cycle that appeared in the US between 2002 and 2009 caused serious economic turmoil which affects the economic development until today. This paper examines the ability of Austrian business cycle theory to explain the cycle. The theory claims that disequilibrium on market for loanable funds appears after monetary expansion. As a result, interest rate does not correspond to individuals' preferences, which induces distortion in relative prices, capital misallocation, and unsuitable structure of production. The inevitable market correction then incurs economic recession. First, the paper describes the methodological origins of the theory and then summarizes its main principles. The description of the US economy during the examined period follows. At the end, the theory is confronted with reality. Although there are some minor differences between predictions of the theory and the actual development of the US economy, it can be concluded that Austrian business cycle theory can help us explain the recent business cycle.

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