Auf dieser Seite finden Sie Studien, die auf Mikrodaten aus dem OeNB Euro Survey basieren. Die wichtigsten Ergebnisse des OeNB Euro Survey werden regelmäßig in der OeNB-Publikation „Focus on European Economic Integration“ veröffentlicht.

Wissenschaftliche Fachzeitschriften

  • Beckmann, E. und S. Kiesl-Reiter 2023. Financial literacy and financial wellbeing: Evidence from Eastern Europe in a high inflation environment, Journal of Financial Literacy and Wellbeing, volume 1(2), 263–367.
  • Hake, M. and Poyntner, P. 2022. Keeping up with the Novaks? Income Distribution as a determinant of household debt in CESEE. In: Review of Income and Wealth. 68(S1). 224–260. DOI: 10.1111/roiw.12540
  • Bittner, M. 2020. Der Euro Survey der Oesterreichischen Nationalbank (OeNB). Eine seit 2007 einzigartige Datenerhebung in Staaten Zentral-, Ost- und Südosteuropas. In: Sozialwissenschaftliche Rundschau (60. Jg.) Heft 2/2020, 226-239.
  • Drenik, A., Pereira G., Perez, D.J. 2018. Wealth redistribution after exchange rate devaluations. In: American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings.
  • Begovic, S., Adnett, N. and G. Pugh. 2016. An investigation into the credibility of currency board arrangements in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bulgaria. In: Journal of Comparative Economics 44(3), 787–799.
  • Brown, M., Stix, H. 2015. The Euroization of Bank Deposits in Eastern Europe. In: Economic Policy 30 (81), 95–139.
  • Beckmann, E., Stix, H. 2015. Foreign Currency Borrowing and Knowledge About Exchange Rate Risk. In: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 112, 1–16.
  • Stix, H. 2013. Why do people save in cash? Distrust, memories of banking crises, weak institutions and dollarization. In: Journal of Banking and Finance 37(11). 4087–4106.
  • Fidrmuc, J., M. Hake and H. Stix. 2013. Households’ Foreign Currency Borrowing in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Journal of Banking and Finance 37(6). 1880–1897.
  • Beckmann, E., M. Gächter and D. Ritzberger-Grünwald. 2013. Das internationale Währungssystem im Umbruch? In: Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter 2/2013. WKO. 231–251.
  • Beckmann, E. 2013. Financial Literacy and Household Savings in Romania. In: Numeracy 6(2)
  • Prean, N. and H. Stix. 2011. The Effect of Raising Deposit Insurance Coverage in Times of Financial Crisis – Evidence from Croatian Microdata. In: Economic Systems 35. 496–511.
  • Stix, H. 2010. Euroization: What Factors Drive its Persistence? Household Data Evidence for Croatia, Slovenia and Slovakia. In: Applied Economics 43(21). 2689–2704.
  • Stix, H. 2010. The euro as a safe haven asset in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, in: Nowotny, E., P. Mooslechner and D. Ritzberger-Grünwald (eds.). 2010. The Euro and Economic Stability. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Stix, H. 2004. Foreign Currency Demand since 2002 – Evidence from five Central and Eastern European Economies. In: CESifo Forum 4/04. 19–24.
  • Nauschnigg, F. 2003. The Use of Euro and Other Foreign Currencies in Central and Eastern Europe: A Survey of the Austrian National Bank. 4th INFER Workshop on Financial Markets. April. 89–106.
  • Stix, H. 2002. The Euro in Central and Eastern Europe – Survey Evidence from Five Countries. In: CESifo Forum 3/02. 19–24.
  • Stix, H. 2002. Foreign Currency Holdings in Central and Eastern European Countries. In: WIIW Monthly Report 1/02. 10–18.
  • Stix, H. 2001. Fremdwährungsbesitz in Zentral- und Osteuropa: Umfrageergebnisse, 2001, Bankarchiv, In: Zeitschrift für das gesamte Bank- und Börsenwesen. November. 899–905.
  • Stix, H. 2001. Survey Results about Foreign Currency Holdings in Five Central and Eastern European Countries. In: CESifo Forum 3/01. 41–48.

Working Papers

  • Barisic, A., M. Ghodsi, A. Sabouniha and R. Stehrer. 2024. The Factors Driving Migration Intentions and Destination Preferences in Central, East and Southeast European Countries. Wiiw Working Paper no. 247.
  • Olbrich, L., Beckmann, E. and J. W. Sakshaug. 2024. Multivariate assessment of interviewer-related errors in a cross-national economic survey. OeNB Working Paper 253.
  • Allinger, K. und F. Rumler. 2023. Inflation Expectations in CESEE: The Role of Sentiment and Experiences. OeNB Working Paper No. 247.
  • Beckmann, E. and S. Kiesl-Reiter. 2022. The Gender Gap in Financial Literacy: Does Ideology Matter? SSRN.
  • Beckmann, E., C. Hainz and S. Kiesl-Reiter. 2022. Third-Party Loan Guarantees: Measuring Literacy and its Effect on Financial Decisions, OeNB Working Paper 237.
  • Beckmann, Elisabeth. 2019. Household Savings in Central Eastern and Southeastern Europe: How Do Poorer Households Save? Policy Research working paper; no. WPS 8751. Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group
  • Belabed, C.A.,  Hake, M. 2018. Income inequality and trust in national governments in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. OeNB Working Paper 222.
  • Beckmann, E., Hildebrandt, A., Jäger-Gyovai, K. 2016. Current risks in the CESEE residential property market: Evidence from the OeNB Euro Survey, NBP Working Paper No. 243(1).
  • Beckmann, E. and H. Stix. 2014. Foreign Currency Borrowing and Knowledge of Exchange Rate Risk, OeNB Working Paper 188.
  • Beckmann, E., J. Fidrmuc and H. Stix. 2012. Foreign currency loans and loan arrears of households in CEECs. OeNB Working Paper 181. (PDF 380 KB)
  • Stix, H. 2012. Why Do People Save in Cash? Distrust, Memories of Banking Crises, Weak Institutions and Dollarization. OeNB Working Paper 178. (PDF 2,02 MB)
  • Scheiber, T. and H. Stix. 2009. Euroization in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe – New Evidence on Its Extent and Some Evidence on Its Causes. OeNB Working Paper 159. (PDF 634 KB)
  • Stix, H. 2008. Euroization: What Factors Drive its Persistence? Household Data Evidence for Croatia, Slovenia and Slovakia. OeNB Working Paper No. 140. (PDF 465 KB)

OeNB-Publikationen (refereed)

Beachten Sie, dass einige Publikationen vor 2011 nicht extern referiert wurden.

Beiträge zu EZB-Publikationen

Seit 2005 wird im Bericht „The international role of the euro“ der EZB eine kurze Zusammenfassung der Umfrageergebnisse zu den Euro-Bargeldbeständen in CESEE veröffentlicht.

  • 2023: The impact of war: external demand for euro cash in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Box 5, 37-40.
  • 2021: Household demand for euro cash in Central, Eastern and Southeastern European countries during the Covid-19 pandemic, Box 3. 37–39.
  • 2019: Use of euro cash in CESEE countries, Box 5. 35–37.
  • 2017: The use of euro cash in central, eastern and south-eastern Europe, Box 6. 25–26.
  • 2015: Unofficial euroisation in CESEE: an overview of recent literature, Box 6. 38–39.
  • 2014: Results from the OeNB Euro Survey of Households in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. 26–28.
  • 2013: Savings Deposits of CESEE Households Gain in Importance at the Expense of (Euro) Cash Holdings. 29–32.
  • 2012: The Role of The Euro as a Safe Haven Asset in Central, Eastern and South-East Europe. 23–25.
  • 2011: Evidence from the OeNB Euro Survey. 55–59.
  • 2010: CESEE Households and the Crisis: Lower Cash Holdings despite Deposit Withdrawals. Where Did the Money Go? 38–41.
  • 2009: Is the Global Financial Crisis Increasing Currency Substitution in Central Eastern and Southeastern Europe? 50–51.
  • 2008: The Euro in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe – First Results from the New OeNB Euro Survey. 54–56.

Weitere EZB-Publikationen

  • Rusu, C. 2021. Cash holdings and currency substitution in CESEE countries: evidence from the OeNB Euro Survey, section 2.4. In: Foreign demand for euro banknotes, ECB occasional paper series 253, 21–27.
  • Beckmann, E. 2015. The determinants of households’ saving decisions in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. In: Structural Issues Report, Box 7.

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