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TESTING PROCYCLICALITY OF STOCK MARKET INDICES IN SOUTH EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES IN TRANSITION AS COMPARED TO WORLD STOCK EXCHANGE CENTRES
Anita Peša, 2011, dissertation

Abstract: We tested the hypothesis of procyclicality for economic activity and the stock exchanges of southeastern European countries relative to the main world Stock Exchange Centers, with a particular emphasis on Croatia (as a country preparing for EU accession) in order to demonstrate the dependence of small financial markets on large ones and to investigate the spillover effect, i.e., the degree and pace of integration of 'new' financial markets into larger ones. Our estimates for the southeastern countries individually and together support the hypothesis of an increase in stock exchange indices in the period of transition, due to the opening of the market economy followed by large capital inflows. Our results for Croatia provided us with evidence that EU accession is a trigger for the better financial integration of a candidate country. The observed countries that are already in the EU wing (Bulgaria, Romania and Slovenia) or those in the process of joining (Croatia and Montenegro) were found to be more dependent on the global financial markets and more exposed to adverse co-movements than other transitional southeastern countries (e.g. Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia).
Keywords: Stock Exchange, South-East Europe, financial integration, EU accession
Published: 17.02.2012; Views: 2035; Downloads: 94
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Multicriteria evaluation of high-speed rail, transrapid Maglev and Air passenger transport in Europe
Milan Janić, 2003, original scientific article

Abstract: This article deals with a multicriteria evaluation of High-Speed Rail, Transrapid Maglev and Air Passenger Transport in Europe. Operational, socio-economic and environmental performance indicators of the specific high-speed transport systems are adopted as the evaluation criteria. By using the entropy method, weights are assigned to particular criteria in order to indicate their relative importance in decision-making. The TOPSIS method is applied to carry out the multicriteria evaluation and selection of the preferable alternative (high-speed system) under given circumstances.
Keywords: high-speed transport systems, Europe, multicriteria analysis, entropy method, interest groups
Published: 05.06.2012; Views: 1366; Downloads: 61
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