Martin Machacek

Martin Machacek
VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava · Department of Economics

PhD, Associate Professor, Vice-dean

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This paper uses novel data from the European Central Bank and the Eurosystem on non-bank financial intermediation to investigate the potential factors of shadow banking growth for a panel of twenty-four countries in the European Union (EU). We find that the EU shadow banking system is highly procyclical and positively related to increasing demand b...
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The size of the shadow banking sector (SBS) has more than doubled in the Czech Republic over the last decade. This places a potential burden on policy makers. On the one hand, the SBS complements regular banking by expanding access to credit and investments, enabling better risk sharing and maturity transformation, and supporting market liquidity....
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This paper uses novel ECB/Eurosystemdata on non-bank financial intermediation to investigate the potential factors of shadow banking growth for a panel of 24 EU countries. We find the EU shadow banking system to be highly procyclical and positively related to the increasing demand of long-term institutional investors, more stringent capital regulat...
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Common exposure to macroeconomic risk factors across financial institutions is a sourceof a systemic risk that influences quality of banks´ loan portfolios. This paper focuseson the growing literature on credit risk determinants. The aim of the paper is to provide more general information on effects of macroeconomic drivers with the use of quantita...
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This paper summarizes recent international evidence on the design, functioning and effects of fiscal rules. Special attention is paid to small open economies such as the Czech Republic. This paper (1) discusses pros and cons of the rules focusing on different types of fiscal constraints (e.g., budget balances, debt, expenditures, and revenue); (2)...
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Our previous research has discovered that high-rank positions in Czech economic academia, government advisory boards, and public agencies granting research are mainly occupied by professors without a single publication in journals with impact factor. Here we present further bibliometric evidence on insufficient international competitiveness of the...
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The article contributes to the growing body of literature dealing with the bibliometric evaluation of the Czech economic research. In particular, this article introduces a recently invented measure of both the scientific output and impact - the Hirsch index (h) - into the Czech academic economics. While the theoretical part of the article contains...
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This paper scrutinizes the publishing histories of associate and tenured professors of economic sciences in the Czech Republic. According to domestic regulation, only certain universities may grant associate and tenured professorships. Such universities require that professorial candidates publish original work in internationally credible academic...
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This paper surveys recent literature on real business cycles in open economies. It focuses on the empirical regularities of international macroeconomic fluctuations and provides a short discussion of the differences between the "stylized facts" of business cycles in advanced and in developing countries. The paper reviews various real-business-cycle...

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The ICOPEC 2017 will be held in Belgrade on June 28-30, 2017. The main theme of the 8th ICOPEC conference has been identified as “Institutions, National Identity, Power, and Governance in the 21st Century”. The presentations are expected to cover, but not limited to, the following issues. • Institutions and Economic Development in the Context of Social and Political Interactions • National Identity, Political Interactions, and Governance • The Importance of Culture Elements in Social and Economic Development • Globalization, Power Relations, and Economic Policy • The 4th Industrial Revolution and Its Implications for Development • Business Management for Economic Development • Political Economy of Public Finance • Power Relations and Economic Policy in the Context of Econometrics and Quantitative Methods We invite proposals for oral, poster or virtual paper presentations around the main themes of the conference. Abstract Submission Deadline: 05 May 2017 Notification of Acceptance: 12 May 2017 Early Bird Registration Deadline: 12-31 May 2017 All accepted abstracts will be published by IJOPEC as an e-book with ISBN before the conference. In addition, selected papers will be published in 3 edited international books and peer-reviewed journals. Detailed information regarding the conference can be reached at www.icopec.org