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Bank Credibility. Why Do We Care? How Do We Build It? Cambridge, MA : National Bureau of Economic Research . Bod P. Á. ( 2003 ): Gazdaságpolitika [Economic policy

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1 Introduction This paper analyses the relationship between macroeconomic goals and tools from a reversed aspect. I deliberately break with the standard assessment of economic policy, based on the evaluation of macroeconomic performance (GDP growth

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Economic thought and the principles of economic policy appear in a full-fledged form in the Arthasastra of Kautilya, a text which has gained its present form between the fourth century B.C. and second century A.D. Although a great deal of ideas in this text concerning government and politics reappear in the early medieval times economicpolicy fell into totaloblivion. Kasyapiyakrsisukti, a Sanskrit text tentatively dated from the early medieval period has come down to us in a single manuscript and belonged to the group of forgotten Sanskrit works up to the recent times. Verses 683-777 form a lucid treatise on economic policy which had its roots in the Arthasastra and at the same time contain new ideas originating from the contemporary conditions.The type of economydepicted here reminds us of the situation in early medieval Europe.

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1 Introduction Economic policy uncertainty (EPU) is intrinsically unobservable. Its measurement is not an easy task, although significant steps have been undertaken recently in the estimation, but mainly through textual analysis ( Solarin – Gil

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down, global warming. Based on EU legislation ( European Commission, 2019 ), individual member states are implementing economic policy measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and thus mitigate climate change with its negative effects. However, this

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International Economic Policies. Szeged : University of Szeged, Doctoral School in Economics , pp. 135 – 159 . Bayraktar , N. – Fofack , H. ( 2013 ): Post HIPC Growth Dynamics in Sub

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Мау В. ( 2013 ): Между модернизацией и застоем: экономическая политика 2012 года . Вопросы экономики , № 2 . С. 4 – 23 (Mau, V.: Between Modernization and Stagnation. Russian Economic Policy and Global

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knowledge of economic science, its function as an advisory science for (among other things) economic policy? Or does the discipline perhaps – as Kovács states – fail to remember because diversity led to disorientation? There can be no doubt that non

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This paper is intended to shed some light on several aspects of Queen Maria Theresa’s urbarial regulation introduced in the Kingdom of Hungary after 1767. The author argues that her chief councillor’s, Count Kaunitz’s stance on the tax free status of the Estates of the Kingdom of Hungary largely influenced the Queen’s attitude to the Hungarian nobility, but her motifs of being compelled to protect the peasantry against seigneurial excesses were truely based on her Christian consience as well. At the same time, he also argues that the process of elaborating on a system of peasant rights and obligations towards their landlords were quite revealing of the discontent mood of contemporary Hungarian society. Finally, the paper conludes that the various provisions of the urbarial regulation of 1767 worked out by the Queen’s councillor on Hungarian affairs, Pál Festetics, had long lasting effects on the evolvement of Hungary’s land ownership rights even after the abolition of feudalism in 1848.

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. Estrin , S. ( 2014 ): How does Foreign Direct Investment Affect Domestic Enterpreneurship . In: Kolodko G. W. (ed.): Managament and Economic Policy for Development . New York : Nova Science Publishers Inc. , pp. 53 – 72

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