Piotr Cizkowicz

Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)

aleja Niepodleglosci 162

PL-Warsaw, 02-554

Poland

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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226

SSRN CITATIONS

4

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1

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

The Effects of Special Economic Zones on Employment and Investment: Spatial Panel Modelling Perspective

National Bank of Poland Working Paper No. 208
Number of pages: 48 Posted: 22 Aug 2015 Last Revised: 09 Jul 2016
Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) and Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)
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special economic zones, regional economic development, economic policy tools, panel

2.

Membership in the Euro Area and Fiscal Sustainability. Analysis Through Panel Fiscal Reaction Functions

National Bank of Poland Working Paper No. 203
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 22 Aug 2015 Last Revised: 09 Jul 2016
Piotr Cizkowicz, Andrzej Rzonca and Rafal Trzeciakowski
Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) and Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)
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fiscal reaction function, sovereign bond yields’ convergence, fiscal

3.

Links Between the Trust in the ECB and Its Interest Rate Policy

NBP Working Paper No. 158
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 09 Nov 2013
Maciej Albinowski, Piotr Cizkowicz and Andrzej Rzonca
Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) and Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)
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trust in central banks, zero lower bound, lack-of-confidence shock, Eurobarometer, panel data

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Panel Data Evidence on the Effects of Fiscal Impulses in the EU New Member States

National Bank of Poland Working Paper No. 161
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 07 Dec 2013 Last Revised: 08 Jul 2016
Pawel Borys, Piotr Cizkowicz and Andrzej Rzonca
Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) and Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)
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fiscal consolidation, non-Keynesian effects, New Member States, panel data