Works in Progress:

The Macroeconomic Effects of Pension Reforms. Co-authors: D. Baksa (Central European University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences)H. Basso (Bank of Spain), M. Constantinescu (Bank of Lithuania), J. Domingues Semeano (European Central Bank), P. Jacquinot (European Central Bank), C. Nerlich (European Central Bank), and L. Wemans (Bank of Portugal).
Presented: European Central Bank, Working Group on Econometric Modelling, Frankfurt am Main, March 2018 | European Central Bank, Working Group on Public Finance, Frankfurt am Main, Nov 2017 | Workshop on Fiscal Policy and Ageing of Fiskalrat (Austrian Fiscal Advisory Council), Vienna, Oct 2017 | Bank of Portugal (ESCB) Public Finance Workshop on Fiscal-Structural Reforms, Lisbon, July 2017 | European Central Bank, Working Group on Public Finance, Frankfurt am Main, May 2017

More Gray, More Volatile? Aging and (Optimal) Monetary Policy. Co-author: D. Baksa (Central European University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences).
Presented: 33rd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association and 71st European Meeting of the Econometric Society, August 2018 (upcoming) | Central European University, Budapest, Jan 2018 | 2017 Conference of the Hungarian Society of Economists, Budapest, Dec 2017 | Central European University, Budapest, Sept 2017 (co-author) | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, Aug 2017 | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, July 2017

Labor Market Reforms and Informality in Peru. Co-authors: F. Roch (International Monetary Fund), and P. Rodriguez (International Monetary Fund).
PresentedRES-SPR Seminar Series: Jobs, Growth, Structural Reforms of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Dec 2017 | WHD Seminar of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Oct 2017

Labor Market Informality in Argentina: Evolution, Incentives, and Policies. Co-authors: J. I. Canales Kriljenko (International Monetary Fund), and P. Dudine (International Monetary Fund).
PresentedRES-SPR Seminar Series: Jobs, Growth, Structural Reforms of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Dec 2017 | WHD Seminar of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Oct 2017 | WHD Seminar of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, July 2017

Pension Reforms in Spain. Co-authors: Baksa, D. (Central European University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences), J. Castellanos Silvan, C. Cuerpo Caballero, E. Martín Quilis, and A. Pastor Escribano (all Spanish Independent Authority for Fiscal Responsibility).

Working Papers:

Structural Reform Packages, Sequencing, and the Informal Economy. Co-author: M. Saxegaard (International Monetary Fund). IMF Working Paper 17/125, May 2017, and IMF Research Bulletin, June 2017, Volume 18, Number 2.
Presented: Centre for the Study of African Economies Conference: Economic Development in Africa, University of Oxford, Oxford, March 2018 | RES-SPR Seminar Series: Jobs, Growth, Structural Reforms of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Dec 2017 | SPR Seminar of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Jan 2017 | RES-SPR Seminar Series: Jobs, Growth, Structural Reforms of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Jan 2017 | 40 Simposio de la Asociación Española de Economía (Spanish Economic Association, SAEe), Girona, Dec 2015 | International Conference on Institutions, Reforms and Economic Development, Beijing, Sept 2015 | 4th Annual Lithuanian Conference on Economic Research, Kaunas, Aug 2015 | 4th Shadow Conference, Exeter, July 2015 | 2014 Conference of the Hungarian Society of Economists, Budapest, Dec 2014 | The Rimini Conference in Economics and Finance, Rimini, June 2014 | Spring Meeting of Young Economists, Vienna, Apr 2014 | European University Institute, Firenze, Nov 2013 | AFR Growth and Debt Network Seminar of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Sept 2013

Aging, Informality and Public Policies in a Small Open-EconomyCo-authors: D. Baksa (Central European University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences) and M. Constantinescu (Bank of Lithuania). Bank of Lithuania Discussion Paper Series No 2/2016, October 2016. (First version uploaded: October 2016)
Presented: SPR Seminar of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Jan 2017 | European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, November 2016 (invited) | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, Sept 2016 | 5th Annual Lithuanian Conference on Economic Research, Vilnius, June 2016 | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, May 2016

Aging, (Pension) Reforms and the Shadow Economy in Southern Europe. Co-author: D. Baksa (Central European University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences). Bank of Lithuania Working Paper Series No 32/2016, August 2016(First version uploaded: October 2015)
Presented: SPR Seminar of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Jan 2017 | European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, Sept 2016 (invited) | Council for Budget Responsibility, Bratislava, Sept 2016 (invited) | 2016 York Fiscal Policy Symposium, York, July 2016 | Bank of Latvia (ESCB) Public Finance Workshop, Riga, June 2016 | 14th International Conference on Pensions, Insurance and Savings, Paris, May 2016 | National Bank of Slovakia, Bratislava, May 2016 (invited) | Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt am Main, Apr 2016 (invited) | 2016 Annual Conference of the Scottish Economic Society, Perth, Apr 2016 | 2016 Annual Conference of the European Public Choice Society, Freiburg, Mar-Apr 2016 | 2016 Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society, Brighton, Mar 2016 | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, Mar 2016 | 2015 Conference of the Hungarian Society of Economists, Budapest, Dec 2015 | 4th International Workshop on the Socio-Economics of Ageing, Lisbon, Oct 2015 | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, Oct 2015

A Detailed Description of OGRE, the OLG Model. Co-author: D. Baksa (Central European University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences). Bank of Lithuania Working Paper Series No 31/2016, August 2016 - submitted for publication (First version uploaded: October 2015)
Presented: SPR Seminar of the International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Jan 2017 | European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, Sept 2016 (invited) | Council for Budget Responsibility, Bratislava, Sept 2016 (invited) | 2016 York Fiscal Policy Symposium, York, July 2016 | Bank of Latvia (ESCB) Public Finance Workshop, Riga, June 2016 | 14th International Conference on Pensions, Insurance and Savings, Paris, May 2016 | National Bank of Slovakia, Bratislava, May 2016 (invited) | Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt am Main, Apr 2016 (invited) | 2016 Annual Conference of the Scottish Economic Society, Perth, Apr 2016 | 2016 Annual Conference of the European Public Choice Society, Freiburg, Mar-Apr 2016 | 2016 Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society, Brighton, Mar 2016 | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, Mar 2016 | 2015 Conference of the Hungarian Society of Economists, Budapest, Dec 2015 | 4th International Workshop on the Socio-Economics of Ageing, Lisbon, Oct 2015 | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, Oct 2015

Fiscal Austerity, Unemployment and Family FirmsDeutsche Bundesbank, Discussion Paper No 06/2015, May 2015. (First version uploaded: October 2014)
Presented: 16th Annual Conference of Public Economic Theory Association, Luxembourg, July 2015 | 21st Computing in Economics and Finance, Taipei, June 2015 | Young Economists’ Meeting, Brno, May 2015 | Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius, Jan 2015 | Debunking Austerity – Towards Alternative Economic Policy Scenarios, Pisa, Nov 2014 | European University Institute, Firenze, Sept 2014 | Summer Workshop 2014 of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Aug 2014 | The Rimini Conference in Economics and Finance, Rimini, June 2014 | Spring Meeting of Young Economists, Vienna, Apr 2014 | Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt am Main, Mar 2014

Regulatory Integration and Convergence. Assessing the Economic and Social Consequences of EU Regulatory Integration in the Central and Eastern European CountriesCo-author: L. Bruszt (European University Institute). European Commission FP7 report, April 2015.
Presented: MAXCAP Midterm Conference, Istanbul, Apr 2015

Unit Values, Unit Labour Costs and Trade Performance in four Central European Countries. Co-authors: G. Bekes, B. Murakozy anG. Oblath (Hungarian Academy of Sciences). Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Discussion Paper 2013-29, September 2013. (European Commission FP7 project.)

Does Fiscal Instability Cause Macroeconomic Instability? Empirical Evidence from OECD CountriesSzazadveg Gazdasagkutato, Working Paper, March 2012.
This paper was a tuition material for the Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government's summer school in 2012.

Publications:

Collateral Benefit: The Developmental Effects of EU Induced State Building in Central and Eastern Europe. Co-authors: L. Bruszt (Central European University) and L. Lundstedt (Swedish Municipal Workers' Union). Submitted for the Review of International Political Economy.

Forward-looking Estimation of the Government Statistics using the National Accounts MethodologyHungarian Central Statistical OfficeStatisztikai Szemle, Vol. 88, No. 12, December 2010. [in Hungarian]
Presented: 28th European Meeting of Statisticians, Piraeus, Aug 2010

Export structure and specialisation in Central and Eastern Europe. Külgazdaság, LIII., September-October 2009, pp. 4-28. [in Hungarian]

Who exports in Hungary? Export concentration by corporate size and foreign ownership, and the effect of foreign ownership on export orientation. National Bank of HungaryMNB Bulletin, July 2009.
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