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Bank´s Liquidity in Ukraine shortly before and during Political Instability of 2013-2015
Thesis title in Czech: Bank Liquidity crisis in Ukraine shortly before and during political instability of 2013-2014
Thesis title in English: Bank´s Liquidity in Ukraine shortly before and during Political Instability of 2013-2015
English key words: liquidity, Ukraine, banking sector, time series analysis, ordinary least squares, liquidity crisis, first differencing
Academic year of topic announcement: 2014/2015
Type of assignment: Bachelor's thesis
Thesis language: angličtina
Department: Institute of Economic Studies (23-IES)
Supervisor: Mgr. Iuliia Brushko, M.A., Ph.D.
Author: hidden - assigned by the advisor
Date of registration: 13.10.2014
Date of assignment: 13.10.2014
Date and time of defence: 06.09.2016 00:00
Venue of defence: IES
Date of electronic submission:29.07.2016
Date of proceeded defence: 06.09.2016
Reviewers: doc. PhDr. Julie Chytilová, Ph.D.
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Preliminary scope of work in English

In this paper we are going to investigate what was happening to banking liquidity shortly before and during political instability of 2013-2015. Three liquidity ratios will be used as dependent variables for the model. I will also address the issue of the policies implemented by the Central Bank of Ukraine to handle the situation in the banking system, and discuss their efficiency.


1. Introduction
2. Ukrainian Banking System
3. Central Bank Policies and its Discussion
4. Measuring Bank Liquidity
5. The data
6. Methodology
7. The model
8. Testing for Gauss-Markov Assumptions
9. Empirical Results
11.Further Extensions


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