Short economic and financial analyses

Short economic and financial analyses

Short economic and financial analyses gives analysts’ personal insight into specific themes in the areas of macroeconomics, monetary policy, financial markets, banking, financial stability, and other areas where Banka Slovenije is active. It aims to provide analytical support for regular publications, and to highlight the latest developments in connection with the broader economy. The release schedule is flexible, and is not tied to the release schedules of any of Banka Slovenije’s regular publications. 

05/27/2024 Milan Damjanović, Miguel A. Gavilan-Rubio: Empirical analysis of the pass-through of upstream financing conditions in the EA
02/15/2024 Matjaž Volk: Ad Hoc Bank Taxation and Credit Supply
12/21/2023 Domen Pavlič: Assessment of the Slovenian Economy's Flood Exposure Using Flood Hazard Maps
11/06/2023 Miha Breznikar: Contributions of Global Drivers to Inflation in Slovenia
10/06/2023 Nik Gabrovšek: Wage and price dynamics in Slovenia
09/05/2023 Matjaž Volk: Do Unrealised losses affect loan pricing
08/18/2023 Noemi Matavulj: Performance of Slovenian Companies in 2022
05/26/2023 Ana Selan: Financial position of the Slovenian economy in 2022
05/08/2023 Noemi Matavulj: Technical Description of Changes in the Structure of the Trade Balance in the 2021–2022 Period
05/04/2023 Aljoša Ortl: Simulacija dviga obrestnih mer na povečanje odhodkov podjetij in prenos na računovodske izkaze podjetij
03/14/2023 Matjaž Volk: Is the ECB monetary tightening effective? The role of bank funding and asset structure