His primary areas of study are Business cycle, International economics, Bilateral trade, Monetary economics and Optimum currency area. His work focuses on many connections between Business cycle and other disciplines, such as Emerging markets, that overlap with his field of interest in Financial crisis. His study in Bilateral trade is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Endogeneity, Fixed effects model and Unit root test.
His Monetary economics study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Business cycle synchronization. He has included themes like Supply and demand and Inflation in his Optimum currency area study. In general International trade study, his work on Gravity model of trade often relates to the realm of Eastern european, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His primary scientific interests are in Monetary economics, International economics, Business cycle, Exchange rate and Financial crisis. His work carried out in the field of Monetary economics brings together such families of science as Loan, Panel data and Volatility. In his research, German and Czech is intimately related to International trade, which falls under the overarching field of International economics.
The Business cycle study combines topics in areas such as Optimum currency area and Econometrics. His Exchange rate study combines topics in areas such as Depreciation, Cointegration and Inflation targeting. His Financial crisis research integrates issues from Market liquidity, Emerging markets, Variance and Probit.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Monetary economics, Econometrics, Loan, Publication bias and Economic inequality. In his work, Jarko Fidrmuc performs multidisciplinary research in Monetary economics and Estimation. His study looks at the relationship between Econometrics and fields such as Capital requirement, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His Loan study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sticky information, Rational inattention and Bond market. His Interest rate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Investment, Value, Depreciation and Economic sanctions. His study focuses on the intersection of Economic sanctions and fields such as Macroeconomics with connections in the field of Volatility.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Capital requirement, Interest rate, Econometrics, Publication bias and Macroeconomics. His Capital requirement research includes themes of Loan, Supply and demand, Financial system, Fixed effects model and Financial crisis. His work carried out in the field of Interest rate brings together such families of science as Exchange rate and Asset quality.
His research integrates issues of Capital adequacy ratio and Basel III in his study of Econometrics. Estimation, Construct, Currency and Business cycle are fields of study that overlap with his Publication bias research. His Macroeconomics research incorporates elements of Value, Depreciation, Monetary economics and Economic sanctions.
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Meta-analysis of the business cycle correlation between the Euro Area and the CEECs
Jarko Fidrmuc;Jarko Fidrmuc;Iikka Korhonen.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2006)
The Endogeneity of the Optimum Currency Area Criteria, Intra-industry Trade, and EMU Enlargement
Contemporary Economic Policy (2004)
Similarity of supply and demand shocks between the Euro area and the CEECs
Jarko Fidrmuc;Iikka Korhonen.
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
Disintegration and trade
Jan Fidrmuc;Jarko J. Fidrmuc.
Review of International Economics (2003)
The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Business Cycles in Asian Emerging Economies
Jarko Fidrmuc;Jarko Fidrmuc;Jarko Fidrmuc;Iikka Korhonen.
Journal of Asian Economics (2010)
Between the hammer and the anvil: The impact of economic sanctions and oil prices on Russia’s ruble
Christian Dreger;Konstantin A. Kholodilin;Dirk Ulbricht;Jarko Fidrmuc;Jarko Fidrmuc;Jarko Fidrmuc.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2016)
Trade Integration of Central and Eastern European Countries: Lessons from a Gravity Model
Matthieu Bussiere;Jarko Fidrmuc;Bernd Schnatz.
Research Papers in Economics (2005)
The Feldstein–Horioka Puzzle and Twin Deficits in Selected Countries
Economics of Planning (2003)
Gravity models in integrated panels
Jarko Fidrmuc;Jarko Fidrmuc.
Empirical Economics (2009)
EU Enlargement and Trade Integration: Lessons from a Gravity Model
Matthieu Bussière;Jarko Fidrmuc;Bernd Schnatz.
Review of Development Economics (2008)
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