Ekonomické rozhľady - Aktuálne vydanie
ISSN 0323-262X EV 4393/11
ročník 45, číslo 4, 2016
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Economic Review, Ekonomické rozhľady, 2016 abstracts/abstrakty, volume/ročník 45, 4/2016, ISSN 0323-262X, EV 4393/11, Issue4/ Číslo4
Ján Lisý RENESANCIA EKONÓMIE STRANY DOPYTU 70 ROKOV PO SMRTI J. M. KEYNESA? Renaissance of the demand-oriented economics seventy years after J. M. Keynes’ death?)
Abstract: In the year 2016 seventy years passed from the death of J. M. Keynes and eighty years since the publication of his most important work “The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money”. Immediately after its publication, this work raised numerous disputes and discussions, which have continued to date. It was aperiod in which two mainstreams of economics known as the neo-classical synthesis overlapped. Despite polemical a and critical opinions of Keynes’ teaching, he can be considered to be the most significant and most frequently cited twentieth century economist. Even today, it appears that Keynes’ theory is the subject of further development, improvement andupdating to contemporary conditions and problems of a globalising world economy.
Keywords: effective demand, savings, investments, macroeconomic equilibrium
JEL Classification: P 16, D 46
Ľuboš Pavelka – Peter Krchnák – Sergey Aslanyan INFLUENCE OF THE FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CRISIS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MACROECONOMIC PARAMETERS OF ECONOMIES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC, SLOVAKIA AND AUSTRIA SINCE 2008 TILL 2015 (Vplyv finančnej a hospodárskej krízy na rozvoj makroekonomických parametrov v ekonomike Českej republiky, Slovenska a Rakúska od r. 2008 do r. 2015)
Abstract: A mortgage crisis that later hit the real economy, erupted in the United States in 2007. With a two-year delay, the crisis came to the EU as a result of the interconnectedness of the European Union’s and USA’s economies. Economies of the EU member states experienced a severe recession in 2009 and the effects of the said crisis are still visible today. The consequences manifest themselves in far lower GDP average growth rates, very low inflation rates (even deflation in Slovakia), stagnating consumption and higher sovereign debt. This paper focuses on the comparative analysis of selected macroeconomic parameters of three neighbouring countries: the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic and Austria. Macroeconomic indicators analyzed and compared in this paper are the GDP elements, i.e. capital creation, consumption of government, consumptions of households, and exports/imports. Further, this article compares the GDP as a whole, inflation, unemployment, and the government debt.
Keywords: GDP, debt, crisis, inflation, unemployment
JEL Classification: E 00, E 01
Július Alexy EKONOMIKA ZMIEN AINOVÁCIE VPROCESE TVORBY HODNOTY A KONKURENCIESCHOPNOSTI (Economy of Change and Innovations in the Value Creation Process and in Competitiveness)
Abstract: The paper focuses on new indicators of the economic growth and the competitiveness of the Slovak economy in the markets of EU and the third countries. Introduction of new capital assets and increase in the quality of the labour force are important determinants. Consequently, the creation of supportive conditions for the development of firms’ innovations and the rise of the significance of human factor within the production process are key factors of the growth and competitiveness of the economy.
Keywords: innovative development, creativity, modelling of education, science and innovation process
JEL Classification: O 30
Iryna Yeleyko – Olha Ryndzak UKRAINIAN IMMIGRANTS IN PORTUGUESE LABOUR MARKET