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    • TARGET2-Securities – billigere og sikrere verdipapiroppgjør i Europa? 

      Husevåg, Vigdis (Journal article, 2010)
      Ved uro i verdipapirmarkedet er det spesielt viktig at man har gode systemer for å gjøre opp handler. den europeiske sentralbanken har etablert prosjektet TARGET2-Securities (T2S), som skal gjøre det enklere og billigere ...
    • Targeted Countercyclical Capital Buffers 

      Galaasen, Sigurd Mølster; Solheim, Haakon (Staff Memo;13/2018, Working paper, 2018)
      This paper investigates the effect of broad-based versus sectoral capital requirements using a dynamic model of bank behaviour. We study the problem facing banks when determining their dividend policy and portfolio of ...
    • Technology and the Two Margins of Labor Adjustment: A New Keynesian Perspective 

      Furlanetto, Francesco; Sveen, Tommy; Weinke, Lutz (Working papers;7/2018, Working paper, 2018)
      Canova et al. (2010 and 2012) estimate the dynamic response of labor market variables to technological shocks. They show that investment-speci c shocks imply almost exclusively an adjustment along the intensive margin ...
    • Teknisk beregning av KPIXE 

      Hov, Marius Nyborg (Staff Memo;3/2009, Working paper, 2009)
      Norges Bank ser på flere ulike indikatorer i vurderingen av underliggende inflasjon. KPIXE2 er en indikator for underliggende inflasjon som ble publisert første gang i Pengepolitisk rapport 2/08. KPIXE fanger opp den ...
    • Teknologiutvikling og klimatiltak kan påvirke bankenes kredittrisiko 

      Turtveit, Lars-Tore; Goldsack, Madeleine (Staff Memo;6/2018, Working paper, 2018)
      Klimarisiko kan ha betydning for finansiell stabilitet. For Norge kan en stor oljesektor innebære en særegen risiko knyttet til svakere framtidig oljeetterspørsel. Usikkerhet om framtidig klimaregulering og teknologiutvikling ...
    • Temporary Halt in Labour Migration to Norway? 

      Halvorsen, Kaj W.; Lerbak, Marie Norum; Solheim, Haakon (Economic Commentaries;6/2009, Others, 2009)
      Labour migration to Norway increased considerably following EEA enlargement in 2004. In summer 2008, close to 95 000 persons from the Baltic countries and Poland were employed in Norway in addition to 60 000 from Nordic ...
    • Ten Years of Household Micro Data. What Have We Learned? 

      Lindquist, Kjersti-Gro; Riiser, Magdalena D.; Solheim, Haakon; Vatne, Bjørn Helge (Staff Memo;8/2014, Working paper, 2014)
      Administrative register data for Norwegian households are used to analyse the distribution of debt and assets by income, wealth and age group. We find that the cross-sectional distribution is skewed. The distribution of ...
    • Term Structure Forecasting Using Macro Factors and Forecast Combination 

      de Pooter, Michiel; Ravazzolo, Francesco; van Dijk, Dick (Working Papers;1/2010, Working paper, 2010)
      We examine the importance of incorporating macroeconomic information and, in particular, accounting for model uncertainty when forecasting the term structure of U.S.interest rates. We start off by analyzing and comparing ...
    • Testing for a Time-Varying Price-Cost Markup in the Euro Area Inflation Process 

      Bowdler, Christopher; Jansen, Eilev S. (Working Papers;9/2004, Working paper, 2004)
      Empirical models of inflation often incorporate equilibrium correction effects based upon levels of prices and input costs. Such models assume that the steady-state price-cost markup is constant, but recent research suggests ...
    • Testing for Micro Efficiency in the Housing Market 

      Anundsen, André K.; Larsen, Erling Røed (Working Papers;6/2016, Working paper, 2016)
      While aggregate house price indices display time persistence, less is known about micro persistence. This article proposes that absence of micro persistence implies that an excessively high or low sell price in one transaction ...
    • Testing Steady-State Implications for the NAIRU 

      Bårdsen, Gunnar; Nymoen, Ragnar (Working Papers;3/2000, Working paper, 2000)
      Estimates of the NAIRU are usually derived either from a Phillips curve or from a wage curve. This paper investigates the correspondence between the operational NAIRU-concepts and the steady state of a dynamic wage-price ...
    • Testing the New Keynesian Phillips Curve 

      Bårdsen, Gunnar; Jansen, Eilev S.; Nymoen, Ragnar (Working Papers;5/2002, Working paper, 2002)
      The dynamic properties of the The New Keynesian Phillips curve (NPC) is analysed within the framework of a small system of linear difference equations. We evaluate the empirical results of existing studies which uses ...
    • That Uncertain Feeling - How Consumption Responds to Economic Uncertainty in Norway 

      Gudmundsson, Jørgen; Natvik, Gisle James (Staff Memo;23/2012, Working paper, 2012)
      Economic theory predicts that higher uncertainty motivates households to consume less. In this paper we empirically assess how household consumption in Norway responds to variation in economic uncertainty. We consider ...
    • The 20-krone coin commemorating voyages to Vinland 

      Unknown author (Journal article, 1999)
    • The 20-krone commemorative coin 

      Unknown author (Journal article, 1999)
    • The 20-Krone Commemorative Coin 

      Unknown author (Journal article, 1999)
    • The Bank of England as the World Gold Market-Maker During the Classical Gold Standard Era, 1889-1910 

      Ugolini, Stefano (Working Papers;15/2012, Working paper, 2012)
      This paper studies the microfoundations of the so-called "gold device" policy by analysing a new dataset on the Bank of England's operations in the gold market at the heyday of the classical gold standard. It explains that ...
    • The Basel I Floor – Transitional Arrangement and Backstop to the Capital Adequacy Framework 

      Borchgrevink, Henrik (Economic Commentaries;8/2012, Others, 2012)
      Capital requirements are intended to ensure that banks have a certain amount of capital to absorb unexpected losses. These requirements take into account the riskiness of banks’ various loan exposures. Such risk weighting ...
    • The Basis for Inflation Targeting 

      Bergo, Jarle (Others, 2005)