His primary scientific interests are in Volatility, Exchange rate, Macroeconomics, Monetary economics and Eastern european. Volatility is a primary field of his research addressed under Econometrics. His studies link Interest rate parity with Econometrics.
Evžen Kočenda combines subjects such as Implied volatility, Foreign exchange, Realized variance and Index with his study of Exchange rate. When carried out as part of a general Monetary economics research project, his work on Inflation and Interest rate is frequently linked to work in Convergence and Interim, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Eastern european research incorporates elements of International comparisons, Transition countries, Economic geography, Convergence and Regional integration.
Evžen Kočenda focuses on Monetary economics, Volatility, Exchange rate, Econometrics and Panel data. His Monetary economics research includes themes of Spillover effect and Liberian dollar. Evžen Kočenda has included themes like Stock market index, Foreign exchange market and Financial market in his Volatility study.
His Exchange rate study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Macroeconomics. Many of his research projects under Macroeconomics are closely connected to Eastern european with Eastern european, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Currency basket, Monte Carlo method, Financial crisis and Portfolio.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Monetary economics, Volatility, Econometrics, Financial crisis and Foreign exchange market. In the field of Monetary economics, his study on Inflation targeting and Inflation overlaps with subjects such as European debt crisis. His Volatility study deals with the bigger picture of Financial economics.
The Panel data and Real gross domestic product research Evžen Kočenda does as part of his general Econometrics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Eu countries and Nowcasting, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His studies in Financial crisis integrate themes in fields like Exchange rate and Stock market. His work in Foreign exchange market covers topics such as Portfolio which are related to areas like Investment.
Evžen Kočenda mostly deals with Monetary economics, Volatility, Financial crisis, Econometrics and Proportional hazards model. His Monetary economics study incorporates themes from Capital adequacy ratio, Sovereignty and Credit risk. Evžen Kočenda has researched Volatility in several fields, including Foreign exchange market and Stock market.
His work carried out in the field of Econometrics brings together such families of science as Market liquidity and Portfolio. His Proportional hazards model study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Emerging markets and Corporate governance. Exchange rate is a subfield of Macroeconomics that he investigates.
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Effects of Privatization and Ownership in Transition Economies
Saul Estrin;Jan Hanousek;Evzen Kocenda;Jan Svejnar.
Journal of Economic Literature (2009)
Volatility transmission in emerging European foreign exchange markets
Vít Bubák;Evžen Kočenda;Filip Žikeš.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2011)
Macroeconomic Convergence in Transition Countries
Evžen Kočenda;Evžen Kočenda;Evžen Kočenda.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2001)
Interdependence between Eastern and Western European stock markets: Evidence from intraday data
Balázs Égert;Evžen Kočenda.
Economic Systems (2007)
Direct and Indirect Effects of FDI in Emerging European Markets: A Survey and Meta-analysis
Jan Hanousek;Evžen Kočenda;Mathilde Maurel.
Economic Systems (2011)
The reaction of asset prices to macroeconomic announcements in new EU markets: Evidence from intraday data
Jan Hanousek;Jan Hanousek;Jan Hanousek;Evžen Kočenda;Ali M. Kutan.
Journal of Financial Stability (2009)
Asymmetric connectedness on the U.S. stock market: Bad and good volatility spillovers
Jozef Baruník;Evžen Kočenda;Lukáš Vácha.
Journal of Financial Markets (2016)
Origin and concentration
Jan Hanousek;Evžen Kočenda;Jan Svejnar.
Economics of Transition (2007)
Exchange rate volatility and regime change: A Visegrad comparison
Evžen Kočenda;Evžen Kočenda;Evžen Kočenda;Juraj Valachy.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2006)
Time-varying synchronization of European stock markets
Balázs Égert;Evžen Kočenda.
Empirical Economics (2011)
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