Jan Babecký
Jan Babecký
Czech National Bank
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Downward nominal and real wage rigidity: Survey evidence from European firms
J Babecky, PD Caju, T Kosma, M Lawless, J Messina, T Rőőm
The World Bank, 2010
2412010
Exchange rate regimes and shocks asymmetry: the case of the accession countries
I Babetskii, L Boone, M Maurel
Journal of Comparative Economics 32 (2), 212-229, 2004
1892004
Leading indicators of crisis incidence: Evidence from developed countries
J Babecký, T Havránek, J Matějů, M Rusnák, K Šmídková, B Vašíček
Journal of International Money and Finance 35, 1-19, 2013
1612013
Banking, debt and currency crises: early warning indicators for developed countries
J Babecký, T Havranek, J Mateju, M Rusnák, K Smidkova, B Vasicek
ECB Working Paper, 2012
1492012
Banking, debt, and currency crises in developed countries: Stylized facts and early warning indicators
J Babecký, T Havránek, J Matějů, M Rusnák, K Šmídková, B Vašíček
Journal of Financial Stability 15, 1-17, 2014
1282014
Trade integration and synchronization of shocks* Implications for EU enlargement
I Babetskii
Economics of Transition 13 (1), 105-138, 2005
1192005
Financial integration of stock markets among new EU member states and the euro area
I Babetskii, L Komárek, Z Komárková
Czech National Bank, Economic Research Department, 2007
942007
Does reform work? An econometric survey of the reform–growth puzzle
J Babecký, NF Campos
Journal of Comparative Economics 39 (2), 140-158, 2011
742011
Does reform work? An econometric examination of the reform-growth puzzle
I Babetskii, NF Campos
An Econometric Examination of the Reform-Growth Puzzle (March 2007)., Vol, 2007
742007
Structural reforms and growth in transition: A meta‐analysis
J Babecky, T Havranek
Economics of Transition 22 (1), 13-42, 2014
652014
How do European firms adjust their labour costs when nominal wages are rigid?
J Babecký, P Du Caju, T Kosma, M Lawless, J Messina, T Rőőm
Labour Economics 19 (5), 792-801, 2012
592012
How Deep is Your Trade: Transition and International Integration in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union
I Babetskii, O Babetskaia-Kukharchuk, M Raiser
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 2003
472003
Financial integration at times of financial instability
J Babecký, L Komárek, Z Komárková
Univerzita Karlova. Fakulta sociálních věd, 2013
442013
Aggregate wage flexibility in selected new EU member states
I Babetskii
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2007
442007
Comparing different early warning systems: Results from a horse race competition among members of the macro-prudential research network
L Alessi, A Antunes, J Babecký, S Baltussen, M Behn, D Bonfim, O Bush, ...
412015
Gravity approach for modelling international trade in South-Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States: the role of geography, policy and institutions
OB Kucharčuková, J Babecký, M Raiser
Open economies review 23 (2), 277-301, 2012
412012
The margins of labor cost adjustment: Survey evidence from European firms
J Babecky, PD Caju, T Kosma, M Lawless, J Messina, T Rőőm
The World Bank, 2010
382010
EU Enlargement and Endogeneity of some OCA Criteria: Evidence from the CEECs
I Babetskii
Czech National Bank, 2004
382004
early Warning Indicators of economic crises: evidence from a panel of 40 Developed countries
J Babecký, T Havranek, J Matějů, M Rusnák, K Šmídková, B Vašíček
CNB WP 8, 2011, 2011
362011
Assessing the impact of fiscal measures on the Czech economy
R Ambriško, J Babecký, J Ryšánek, V Valenta
Economic Modelling 44, 350-357, 2015
332015
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