The research group provides wide discussions and specific recommendations to professional public, students of doctoral degree programmes and young researchers in economics. Important benefits arise from participation of banking management and politicians at the workshops and conferences.
We focus on the specific risks identification affected banking system stability in CEECs. Especially, we deal with liquidity and solvency risks which concentrate due to the financial crises consequences and changes in the European financial supervisory architecture. Subsequently, we answer the question how have the CEECs bank systems affected on the stability of Western European bank systems.
Macroeconomic prospects focus on the sources and determinants of financial instability, pro-cyclical impact of recent changes and spreading risks across all EU member states. The microeconomic issues addressed in the project relate primarily to liquidity risks and liquidity management in banks.
Finally, we seek entry for contributions to theoretical economics from the perspective of changing paradigm of global financial governance and political economy.