Centrum Analiz Ekonomicznych

Artykuły w czasopismach recenzowanych

Poniżej podajemy listę wybranych publikacji analityków CenEA w czasopismach recenzowanych:

Czasopisma międzynarodowe:

Karbownik, K., Myck M. (2017) “Who gets to look nice and who gets to play? Effects of child gender on household expenditures", Review of Economics of the Household, 15(3), 925-944.


Karbownik, K., Myck M. (2016) “For some mothers more than others. How children matter for labour market outcomes when both fertility and female employment are low”, Economics of Transition, Volume 24(4), 705–725.

Michal Myck, A. Domitrz, L. Morawski and A. Semeniuk (2015) Financial incentives to work in the context of a complex reform package and growing wages: the Polish experience 2005–2011, Baltic Journal of Economics; 15:2, 99-121.

Myck, M. (2015) “Living longer, working longer: the need for a comprehensive approach to labour market reform in response to demographic changes” (editorial), European Journal of Ageing, 12(1), pp. 3-5.

Myck, M., Najsztub, M. (2015) “Data and Model Cross-validation to Improve Accuracy of Microsimulation Results: Estimates for the Polish Household Budget Survey”, International Journal of Microsimulation, vol. 8(1), pp. 33-66.

Adena, M., and Myck, M. (2014) “Poverty and Transitions in Health in Later Life”, Social Science and Medicine, vol. 116, 202–210.

Myck, M., A. Kurowska, and M. Kundera (2013) “Financial Support for Families with Children and its Trade-offs: Balancing Redistribution and Parental Work Incentives”, Baltic Journal of Economics, 13(2), 59-84.

Haan, P., Myck, M. (2012) “Multi-family households in a labour supply model: a calibration method with application to Poland”, Applied Economics, 22, 2907 - 2919.

Myck, M., Ochmann R., Qari, S. (2011) “Dynamics in Transitory and Permanent Variation of Wages in Germany”; Economics Letters, 113(2), 143 - 146.

Myck, M. (2010) “Wages and Ageing: Is There Evidence for the Inverse-U Profile?”, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, vol. 72(3), pp. 282-306.

Morawski, L., and Myck, M. (2010) “‘Klin’-ing up: Effects of Polish Tax Reforms on Those In and on those Out”, Labour Economics, vol.17(3), pp 556-566.

Haan, P., and Myck, M. (2009) “Dynamics of health and labour market risks”, Journal of Health Economics, vol. 28, pp. 1116-1125.

Haan, P., and Myck, M. (2007) "Apply with caution: introducing UK-style in-work support in Germany." Fiscal Studies, vol. 28, pp. 43-72.

Myck, M., Morawski, L., and Mycielski J.(2007) "Employment Fluctuations and Dynamics of the Aggregate Average Wage in Poland 1996-2003", Economics of Transition, vol. 15(4), pp. 759-799.

Myck, M. and Reed, H. (2006) "Tax and Benefit Reforems in a Model of Labour Market Transitions", Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung (Quarterly Journal of Economic Research) 75, 3.

Czasopisma polskie:

Domitrz A., Myck M., Morawski L., Semeniuk A. (2013) „Dystrybucyjny wpływ reform podatkowo-świadczeniowych wprowadzonych w latach 2006-2011”, Bank i Kredyt, 44(3), 261-286.

Morawski, L., Myck, M. (2011) “Distributional Effects of the Child Tax Credit in Poland and Its Potential Reforms”, Ekonomista, 6, 815-831.

Myck, M. (2011) „Wyzwania dla polityki społeczno-gospodarczej w Niemczech i w Polsce na podstawie danych SHARE”, Ekonomia, 28, 24-39.

Levy, H., Morawski, L., and Myck, M. (2009) “Alternative tax-benefit strategies to support children in Poland”, Bank i Kredyt, (published in Polish), 40 (4), 89–112.

Haan, P., Morawski, L., and Myck, M. (2008) "Taxes, Benefits and Financial Incentives to Work. the United Kingdom, Germany and Poland Compared.", Bank i Kredyt, vol. 39, No.1 pp. 5-33.

Morawski, L., Bargain, O., Myck, M., Socha, M. (2008), Model podatkowo-świadczeniowy dla Polski - SIMPL2003, Wiadomości Statystyczne, nr 4/2008.

Myck, M. (2008) “Analizy polskiego systemu podatkowo-zasiłkowego z wykorzystaniem modelu mikrosymulacyjnego SIMPL”, Problemy Polityki Społecznej, nr 11.

Haan, P., Morawski, L., and Myck, M. (2008) “Taxes, Benefits and Financial Incentives to Work. the United Kingdom, Germany and Poland Compared.”, Bank i Kredyt, vol. 39, No.1 pp. 5-33.