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    • Quantifying macroeconomic uncertainty in Norway 

      Bowe, Frida; Kirkeby, Sara J.; Lindalen, Ingvild H.; Matsen, Kristine A.; Meyer, Sara S.; Robstad, Ørjan (Staff Memo;13/2023, Working paper, 2023)
      This paper presents a framework for quantifying uncertainty around point forecasts for GDP, inflation and house prices in Norway. The framework combines quantile regressions using a broad set of uncertainty indicators with ...
    • Quantifying time-varying forecast uncertainty and risk for the real price of oil 

      Aastveit, Knut Are; Cross, Jamie L.; van Dijk, Herman K. (Working Paper;3/2021, Working paper, 2021)
      We propose a novel and numerically efficient quantification approach to forecast uncertainty of the real price of oil using a combination of probabilistic individual model forecasts. Our combination method extends earlier ...
    • R&D Heterogeneity and Its Implications for Growth 

      Galaasen, Sigurd Mølster; Irarrazabal, Alfonso (Working Papers;15/2016, Working paper, 2016)
      This paper quantifies the determinants of heterogeneity in R&D investment and its implications for growth. Using a panel of Norwegian manufacturing firms we document a negative correlation between R&D intensity and firm ...
    • Rammeverk for beslutning av krav til motsyklisk kapitalbuffer 

      Unknown author (Norges Bank Memo;4/2022, Report, 2022)
    • Rammeverk for råd om krav til systemrisikobuffer 

      Unknown author (Norges Bank Memo;5/2022, Report, 2022)
    • Rammeverk for råd om motsyklisk kapitalbuffer 

      Unknown author (Norges Bank Memo;4/2019, Report, 2019)
    • Rapport fra Norges Bank Watch 

      Bache, Ida Wolden (Others, 2022)
    • Rapport fra Norges Bank Watch 2023 

      Longva, Pål (Others, 2023)
    • The rationale for central bank liquidity insurance and liquidity regulation 

      Søvik, Ylva (Staff Memo;3/2020, Working paper, 2020)
      One of the core functions of a central bank is to provide liquidity insurance, often termed the lender of last resort (LLR) function. During and after the Great Financial Crisis (GFC) in 2007-09 central banks’ role as ...
    • RBCs and DSGEs: The Computational Approach to Business Cycle Theory and Evidence 

      Karagedikli, Özer; Matheson, Troy; Smith, Christie; Vahey, Shaun P. (Working Papers;17/2008, Working paper, 2008)
      Real Business Cycle (RBC) and Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) methods have become essential components of the macroeconomist’s toolkit. This literature review stresses recently developed techniques for ...
    • Real and Financial Tradeoffs in Non-Listed Firms: Cash Flow Sensitivities and How They Change with Shocks to Firms' Main-Bank 

      Ostergaard, Charlotte; Sasson, Amir; Sørensen, Bent E. (Working Papers;27/2010, Working paper, 2010)
      We study how non-listed firms trade off financial, real, and distributive uses of cash. We show that firms' marginal value of cash (MVC) affects the mix of external and internal finance used to absorb fluctuations in cash ...
    • Real-Time Inflation Forecasting in a Changing World 

      Groen, Jan J. J.; Paap, Richard; Ravazzolo, Francesco (Working Papers;16/2009, Working paper, 2009)
      This paper revisits inflation forecasting using reduced form Phillips curve forecasts, i.e., inflation forecasts using activity and expectations variables. We propose a Phillips curve-type model that results from averaging ...
    • Reception of the report from Norges Bank Watch (NBW) 

      Bache, Ida Wolden (Others, 2021)
    • Regional Differences in House Prices and Debt 

      Anundsen, André K.; Mæhlum, Sverre (Economic Commentaries;4/2017, Others, 2017)
      House prices and household debt are closely linked. Both house prices and household debt have been rising faster than household income for a longer period. In order to assess household vulnerabilities, debt relative to ...
    • Regional US House Price Formation: One Model Fits All? 

      Anundsen, André K.; Heebøll, Christian (Working Papers;8/2014, Working paper, 2014)
      Does a "one model fits all" approach apply to the econometric modeling of regional house price determination? To answer this question, we utilize a panel of 100 US Metropolitan Statistical Areas over the period 1980q1-2010q2. ...
    • Regionale forskjeller i boligpriser og gjeld 

      Anundsen, André K.; Mæhlum, Sverre (Aktuell Kommentar;4/2017, Others, 2017)
      Utviklingen i boligpriser og gjeld henger tett sammen. Både boligpriser og gjeld har steget raskere enn husholdningenes inntekter over lengre tid. For å vurdere sårbarheten i husholdningene er gjeld i forhold til både ...
    • Regionalt nettverk: Fersk og nyttig informasjon 

      Brekke, Henriette; Halvorsen, Kaj W. (Journal article, 2009)
      For å hente inn tidlige signaler om utviklingen i norsk økonomi har Norges Bank etablert et regionalt nettverk bestående av om lag 1500 bedrifter og virksomheter over hele landet. Informasjonen fra Regionalt nettverk er ...
    • Regulering av boliglån – effekter på kreditt og boligpriser 

      Lindquist, Kjersti-Gro; Riiser, Magdalena D. (Aktuell kommentar;3/2018, Others, 2018)
      Internasjonale analyser finner at reguleringstiltak rettet mot boliglån kan bidra til å dempe veksten i boligpriser og kreditt, men resultatene spriker noe med hensyn på hvilke tiltak som virker og hvor effektive de er. ...
    • Regulering av systemviktige banker – og de store nordiske bankene 

      Borchgrevink, Henrik (Journal article, 2011)
      Internasjonalt ble flere store banker støttet av myndighetene under finanskrisen. Det bidrar til økt forventning om støtte i fremtiden. Når det forventes at en bank vil bli støttet av myndighetene, får banken både insentiver ...
    • Relationship Between Key Rates and Money Market Rates 

      Bache, Ida Wolden; Bernhardsen, Tom (Economic Commentaries;2/2009, Others, 2009)
      In this note we argue that the pass-through from key policy rates to money market rates has been high in Norway and other countries and remained high during the financial crisis.