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2006Reform redux: measurement, determinants and reversalsCampos, Nauro F.; Horváth, Roman
2007Volatility of exchange rates in selected new EU members: evidence from daily dataFidrmuc, Jarko; Horváth, Roman
2008Corporate Interest Rates and the Financial Accelerator in the Czech RepublicFidrmuc, Jarko; Horváth, Roman; Horváthová, Eva
2008Inflation differentials in EU new member states: An empirical evidenceHorváth, Roman; Koprnická, Kamila
2008Price setting and market structure: An empirical analysis of micro dataCoricelli, Fabrizio; Horváth, Roman
2008How important are foreign shocks in small open economy? The case of SlovakiaHorváth, Roman; Rusnák, Marek
2009Interest margins determinants of Czech banksHorváth, Roman
2010How does monetary policy change? Evidence on inflation targeting countriesBaxa, Jaromír; Horváth, Roman; Vašíček, Bořek
2011How are inflation targets set?Horváth, Roman; Matějů, Jakub
2011How to solve the price puzzle? A meta-analysisRusnák, Marek; Havránek, Tomáš; Horváth, Roman
2011Central banks' voting records and future policyHorváth, Roman; Šmídková, Kateřina; Zápal, Jan
2011Research & development and long-term economic growth: A Bayesian model averaging analysisHorváth, Roman
2012Central banks' voting records, and future policyHorváth, Roman; Šmídková, Kateřina; Zápal, Jan
2012Bank Capital and liquidity creation: Granger causality evidenceHorváth, Roman; Seidler, Jakub; Weill, Laurent
2012Does trust promote growth?Horváth, Roman
2012Evaluating changes in the monetary transmission mechanism in the Czech RepublicFranta, Michal; Horváth, Roman; Rusnák, Marek
2012Bank capital and liquidity creation: Granger-causality evidenceHorváth, Roman; Seidler, Jakub; Weill, Laurent
2012Does Trust Promote Growth?Horváth, Roman
2012Stock market comovements in Central Europe: Evidence from asymmetric DCC modelGjika, Dritan; Horváth, Roman
2012International Stock market integration: Central and South Eastern Europe comparedHorváth, Roman; Petrovski, Dragan