Risk management in central and eastern Europe: Hungarian research paper


In a National Bank of Hungary working paper titled Asset Prices and Financial Imbalances in CEE Countries: Macroeconomic Risks and Monetary Strategy, author Zoltán Szalai offers an insight into the risk management approaches taken in central and eastern Europe.

The senior economist states the aim of his paper as being to "contribute to the improvement of central banks' current strategies" in this region. First by assessing the potential size of macroeconomic risks, and secondly, by empirically

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