Srovnání konvergence ekonomik ČR a vybraných zemí eurozóny na základě analýzy funkcí odezvy a nabídkových či poptávkových šoků
[Comparing the Convergence of Czech Economy with Selected Euro Zone Members Using Impulse-Response Functions and Supply and Demand Shocks]
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Keywordsimpulse-response analysis; optimum currency area; VAR model; macroeconomic convergence; supply and demand shocks; Blanchard-Quah decomposition;
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