List of students with Absolutorium

Thesis authorThesis titlesYear of enrollment
Dániel Baksa2015/2016
Vladimir MikhailovEssays on Social Networks and Economic Behavior2013/2014
László BalázsiThe Econometrics of Linear Models for Multi-dimensional Panels2013/2014
Franklin MadukoThree Essays in International Trade2013/2014
Suparna DasEssays in Development Economics with Special Emphasis on Gender Inequalities2013/2014
Balázs ReizerTopics in Labor Economics2012/2013
Győző GyöngyösiEssays on Foreign Currency Borrowing of Households2012/2013
Attila GáspárEssays in the Political Economy of Development2012/2013
Pawel BukowskiEssays on the Economics of Education2011/2012
Miklós FarkasThree Essays in Financial Economics2011/2012
Palma MosbergerEssays on Responses to Taxation2010/2011
Calin Vlad DemianEssays on International Trade and Heterogeneity2010/2011
Márta BisztrayIndirect effects of international investment and trad2010/2011
Balint MenyhertHistory as an Agent of Growth: Natural Experiments from Central Europe2010/2011
Jenő PálEssays on news consumption and dynamic programming2010/2011
Vukan VujićEssays on Applied Economics2010/2011
Kinga MarczellThree Essays on the Relationship Between Health and Labor Market Outcomes2010/2011
Eszter Nagy2010/2011
Anna AdameczEssays on the Evaluation of Educational Policies2009/2010
Peter FarkasBoundary Crossing Counting Processes- Theory and Applications in Statistics and Finance2009/2010
Dzsamila VonnákFrictions in credit markets2009/2010
Peter ZsohárThree Essays in Industrial Organization2009/2010
Corina HAITAEmissions Trading Schemes: Theoretical Modeling and Behavioral Investigation2007/2008
Ágnes Szabó-MorvaiEssays on Maternal Employment Policies2007/2008
Katarina LukacsyEssays on Price Setting Mechanisms2006/2007
Péter HarasztosiEssays on agglomeration economics and trade2006/2007
András Péter KissEssays on Consumer Search and Switching2006/2007
Anikó BíróEssays on Aging and Health2005/2006
Balázs Muraközy Spillovers from FDI in Hungary2004/2005
Gábor KoltayFrom Structural Estimation to Quasi Experiment: Three essays on Exchange Rate2004/2005
Gábor AntalWages and Foreign Direct Invesment in Hungary2004/2005
Mariann RigóThree Essays on Wages and Productivity in Hungary2004/2005
Peter GabrielExplaining inflation dynamics: the role of price setting rules, expectations and exchange rate2004/2005
Ágnes HorváthEssays on Pension Systems, Mobility and Welfare Politic2004/2005
Cecília HornokEssays on International Trade Barriers2003/2004
Attila KincsesEmpirical Essays on the Demand of Unsecured Credit2003/2004
Anna Naszódi Exchange Rates, Regime Switches and Currency Options2003/2004
Dóra BenedekBEHAVIOURAL RESPONSE TO INCOME TAXATION: A STUDY OF THE HUNGARIAN TAX SYSTEM2003/2004
Nurbek JenishEssays in Open Economy Macroeconomics2002/2003
Szilárd BenkEssays on Monetary Business Cycle with Credit2002/2003
Zsombor Cseres-GergelyEssays on Labour Market Behaviour at the Beginning and End of the Active Life-Cycle2002/2003
Zoltán JakabTopics in Open Economy Macroeconomics: Currency Choice and Exchange Rate Pass-Through and An estimated DSGE model of the Hungarian Economy2001/2002
Gergely CsorbaThree Essays on Monopolist Second-degree Discrimination Strategies in the Presence of Positive Network Effects2001/2002
Gábor BékésFDI LOCATION AND SPILLOVER: THE HUNGARIAN EVIDENCE2001/2002
Ádám ReiffMeasuring the Costs of Investment: Lessons from Firm-Level Investment Behavior2000/2001
Dana PopaObjective Factor or Subjective Preferences? Determinants of Voting Behavior in Post-Communist Romania (1995-2001)2000/2001
Miklós SzalayContribution: An Interdisciplinary Study and an Agent-Based Modeling Tool of Human Cooperation2000/2001
Gheorghe SilberbergDerivative Pricing with Symmetry Analysis2000/2001
Ádám SzentpéteriGovernment Objectives, Incentives, and Privatization2000/2001