Econometrics, Publication bias, Monetary economics, Spillover effect and Foreign direct investment are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Elasticity, Asset, Elasticity of intertemporal substitution and Macroeconomics, which intersect with Econometrics. Tomas Havranek has included themes like Panel data and Random effects model in his Macroeconomics study.
The Publication bias study combines topics in areas such as Public economics and Resource dependence theory. His research integrates issues of Economic indicator, Stylized fact, Index and Debt in his study of Monetary economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Productivity, Empirical research and Industrial organization.
Tomas Havranek focuses on Econometrics, Publication bias, Monetary economics, Elasticity and Foreign direct investment. His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Frequentist inference and Bayesian inference. Tomas Havranek works mostly in the field of Publication bias, limiting it down to topics relating to Random effects model and, in certain cases, Currency union.
In his study, Industrial organization, Technology gap and Investment is inextricably linked to Empirical research, which falls within the broad field of Monetary economics. The concepts of his Elasticity study are interwoven with issues in Income elasticity of demand and Elasticity of intertemporal substitution. His work carried out in the field of Foreign direct investment brings together such families of science as Productivity, Spillover effect and Demographic economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Econometrics, Publication bias, Elasticity, Frequentist inference and Bayesian probability. Econometrics and Bayesian inference are commonly linked in his work. Market liquidity is closely connected to Consumption in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Bayesian inference.
His Publication bias research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Endogeneity, Demographic economics and Foreign direct investment. His Endogeneity research integrates issues from Income elasticity of demand and Tariff. In his research, Actuarial science is intimately related to Meta-regression, which falls under the overarching field of Bayesian probability.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Econometrics, Publication bias, Elasticity, Bayesian probability and Frequentist inference. Tomas Havranek has researched Econometrics in several fields, including Consumption and Bayesian inference. His Publication bias research incorporates elements of Stock exchange and Foreign direct investment.
Tomas Havranek combines subjects such as Endogeneity, Income elasticity of demand and Tariff with his study of Elasticity. His work in Meta-regression addresses subjects such as Foreign capital, which are connected to disciplines such as Monetary economics. His work deals with themes such as Productivity and Stylized fact, which intersect with Monetary economics.
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Estimating vertical spillovers from FDI: Why results vary and what the true effect is
Tomas Havranek;Tomas Havranek;Zuzana Irsova.
Journal of International Economics (2011)
Determinants of Horizontal Spillovers from FDI: Evidence from a Large Meta-Analysis
Zuzana Iršová;Tomáš Havránek;Tomáš Havránek.
World Development (2013)
Cross-Country Heterogeneity in Intertemporal Substitution
Tomas Havranek;Tomas Havranek;Roman Horvath;Zuzana Irsova;Marek Rusnak;Marek Rusnak.
Journal of International Economics (2015)
Financial Development and Economic Growth: A Meta-Analysis *
Petra Valickova;Tomas Havranek;Roman Horvath.
Journal of Economic Surveys (2015)
MEASURING INTERTEMPORAL SUBSTITUTION: THE IMPORTANCE OF METHOD CHOICES AND SELECTIVE REPORTING
Journal of the European Economic Association (2015)
Demand for gasoline is more price-inelastic than commonly thought
Tomas Havranek;Tomas Havranek;Zuzana Irsova;Karel Janda.
Energy Economics (2012)
Leading indicators of crisis incidence: Evidence from developed countries
Jan Babecký;Tomáš Havránek;Tomáš Havránek;Jakub Matějů;Jakub Matějů;Marek Rusnák.
Journal of International Money and Finance (2013)
Banking, Debt, and Currency Crises: Early Warning Indicators for Developed Countries
Jan Babecký;Tomas Havranek;Jakub Matějů;Marek Rusnák.
Research Papers in Economics (2012)
How to solve the price puzzle? A meta-analysis
Marek Rusnak;Tomas Havranek;Roman Horvath.
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (2013)
Natural Resources and Economic Growth: A Meta-Analysis
Tomas Havranek;Tomas Havranek;Roman Horvath;Ayaz Zeynalov.
World Development (2016)
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