Research at Norges Bank encompasses theoretical and empirical research related to monetary policy, financial markets, asset management and the development and use of macroeconomic models.
Sample of publications:
- Combined Density Nowcasting in an uncertain economic environment in Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, by Knut Are Aastveit, Herman van Dijk and Francesco Ravazzolo
- Econometric regime shifts and the US subprime bubble in Journal of Applied Econometrics, by Andre Kallåk Anundsen
- Arbitrage in the Foreign Exchange Market: Turning on the Microscope in Journal of International Economics, by Farooq Akram, Dagfinn Rime and Lucio Sarno
- How Financial Incentives Induce Disability Insurance Recipients to Return to Work,
American Economic Review, Andreas Ravndal Kostøl and Magne Mogstad
- Equilibrium unemployment: Testing steady-state implications for the NAIRU in Review of Economics and Statistics, by Gunnar Bårdsen and Ragnar Nymoen
- Investment Shocks and Consumption in European Economic Review, by Francesco Furlanetto and Martin Seneca
- Boom or gloom? Examining the Dutch disease in two-speed economies in Economic Journal, by Leif Anders Thorsrud and Hilde Bjørnland
- Dynamic Expectation Formation in the Foreign Exchange Market in Journal of International Money and Finance, by Saskia ter Ellen, Willem F.C. Verschoor and Remco C.J. Zwinkels
- 'Interest rate trap', or: Why does the central bank keep the policy rate too low for too long? in Scandinavian Journal of Economics, by Jin Cao and Gerhard Illing
Tel. +47 22 31 68 65 / +46 760 330 775
Norges Bank's PhD internship program is directed toward PhD-students who are specializing within macro-economics. Internships will normally last three months. Interns are expected to collaborate closely with other researchers at Norges Bank, with the aim to pursue a project until publication in an academic journal.