Modelling inflation in EU accession countries : the case of the Czech Republic , Hungary and Poland

@inproceedings{Orsi2001ModellingII,
  title={Modelling inflation in EU accession countries : the case of the Czech Republic , Hungary and Poland},
  author={Renzo Orsi},
  year={2001}
}
Inflation in Central and East European countries varied considerably over the transition phase, and econometric relationships between prices, money, wages and exchange rates are said to have been unstable during this period. In order to shed some light on the issue, this paper analyses some empirical models of the inflation process in the three earliest east European transition economies: the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. In particular, we first look at inflation within the context of… CONTINUE READING
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