• Granular credit risk 

      Galaasen, Sigurd; Jamilov, Rustam; Rey, Hélène; Juelsrud, Ragnar (Working Paper;15/2020, Working paper, 2020)
      What is the impact of granular credit risk on banks and on the economy? We provide the first causal identification of single-name counterparty exposure risk in bank portfolios by applying a new empirical approach on an ...
    • The interaction between macroprudential and monetary policies: The cases of Norway and Sweden 

      Cao, Jin; Dinger, Valeriya; Grodecka-Messi, Anna; Juelsrud, Ragnar; Zhang, Xin (Working Paper;8/2020, Working paper, 2020)
      To shed light on the interaction between macroprudential and monetary policies, we study the inward transmission of foreign monetary policy in conjunction with domestic macroprudential and monetary policies in Norway and ...
    • Monetary policy spillover to small open economies: Is the transmission different under low interest rates? 

      Cao, Jin; Dinger, Valeriya; Gómez, Tomás; Gric, Zuzana; Hodula, Martin; Jara, Alejandro; Juelsrud, Ragnar; Liaudinskas, Karolis; Malovaná, Simona; Terajima, Yaz (Working Paper;12/2021, Working paper, 2021)
      We explore the impact of low and negative monetary policy rates in core world economies on bank lending in four small open economies – Canada, Chile, the Czech Republic and Norway – using confidential bank-level data. Our ...
    • Om gjennomslaget fra styringsrenten til bankenes renter 

      Juelsrud, Ragnar; Nordal, Kjell Bjørn; Winje, Hanna (Staff Memo;11/2020, Working paper, 2020)
      For at pengepolitikken skal virke inn på økonomien er det viktig at endringer i styringsrenten får gjennomslag til bankenes utlåns- og innskuddsrenter til foretak og husholdninger. Over tid ser vi at det er en sterk ...
    • Risk-based pricing in competitive lending markets 

      Müller, Carola; Juelsrud, Ragnar; Andersen, Henrik (Working paper;19/2021, Working paper, 2021)
      We use unique data on banks' private risk assessments of corporate borrowers to quantify how competition among banks affect the risk sensitivity of interest rates in the Norwegian credit market. We show that an increase ...