Norges Bank

Steering committee representative: 
Research: 

The research expertise at Norges Bank reflects the need to ensure a sound basis for decision making in the areas of monetary policy and financial stability. It is Norges Bank's objective to engage in research which is publishable in refereed academic journals.  Research is focused on monetary policy and financial stability issues. Monetary policy research focuses in particular on the functioning of the Norwegian economy, its response to international shocks especially oil prices, and monetary policy regimes and strategy. Research on financial stability focuses on asset markets, the behaviour of financial institutions and their response to monetary and regulatory policies.

Recent papers:

  • "Bubbles and crises: The role of house prices and credit" (2015), A. Anundsen, K. Gerdrup, F. Hansen and K. Kragh-Sørensen, Journal of Applied Econometrics, forthcoming.

  • "Mismatch shocks and unemployment during the Great Recession" (2015), F. Furlanetto and N. Groshenny, Journal of Applied Econometrics, forthcoming.

  • "Social capital and the viability of stakeholder-oriented firms: Evidence from Norwegian savings banks" (2015), C. Østergaard, I. Schindele and B. Vale, Review of Finance, forthcoming

Events and Seminars:

Click here for information about the seminars and here for the upcoming conferences.

Activities: 

Rethinking Inflation Targeting: New Directions for Monetary Policy

Conference
08/09/2016 to 09/09/2016
Oslo

We invite submissions of research papers on current challenges for monetary policy authorities.

1st Banque de France – Norges Bank Workshop in Empirical Macroeconomics

Workshop
22/04/2016
Banque de France, Paris

 

Banque de France and Norges Bank are co-organizing an “Empirical Macroeconomics” workshop in Paris

on April, Friday 22nd 2016.

 

The purpose of the 1st Banque de France – Norges Bank Workshop in Empirical Macroeconomics is to bring together researchers from central banks and academics
interested in recent developments in analyses and models of macroeconomic fluctuations.

 

Deadline: 
April 21, 2016