Central Bank Research Hub - Series: Central Bank of Norway (Norges Bank) Working Papers

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Title Author(s)

Asymmetric effects of monetary policy in regional housing markets

Paper: 25/2017, 19.12.2017

JEL: E32, E43, E52, R21, R31

Residential investment and recession predictability

Paper: 24/2017, 16.11.2017

JEL: C33, C53, E32, E37

Modelling Occasionally Binding Constraints Using Regime-Switching

Paper: 23/2017, 15.11.2017

Heterogeneous beliefs and asset price dynamics: a survey of recent evidence

Paper: 22/2017, 03.11.2017

Getting a foot on the housing ladder: The role of parents in giving a leg-up

Paper: 19/2017, 02.11.2017

JEL: D64, D91, G28, R21

Financial imbalances, crisis probability and monetary policy in Norway

Paper: 21/2017, 26.10.2017

JEL: E32, E37, E44, E52

Pension reform disabled

Paper: 20/2017, 23.10.2017

JEL: E2, E6, H31, H55, J26

On the Interplay between Monetary Policy and Macroprudential Policy: A Simple Analytical Framework

Paper: 18/2017, 03.10.2017

JEL: E52, E58, E61

Asset returns, news topics, and media effects

Paper: 17/2017, 20.09.2017

JEL: C5, C8, G12

Disability benefits, consumption insurance, and household labor supply

Paper: 16/2017, 06.09.2017

JEL: H53, I38, J62

Segmented money markets and covered interest parity arbitrage

Paper: 15/2017, 06.09.2017

JEL: E43, F31, G15

Exchange rates, interest rates and the global carry trade

Paper: 14/2017, 06.09.2017

JEL: F3, F4, G1

Sensitivity of the Eisenberg-Noe clearing vector to individual interbank liabilities

Paper: 13/2017, 04.08.2017

Comparing behavioural heterogeneity across asset classes

Paper: 12/2017, 03.07.2017

JEL: E31, G12, G15

Bayesian analysis of boundary and near-boundary evidence in econometric models with reduced rank

Paper: 11/2017, 27.06.2017

The R package MitISEM: Efficient and robust simulation procedures for Bayesian inference

Paper: 10/2017, 26.06.2017

Supply Flexibility in the Shale Patch: Evidence from North Dakota

Paper: 09/2017, 31.05.2017

Output gap, monetary policy trade-offs and financial frictions

Paper: 08/2017, 27.04.2017

JEL: C51, C52, E32

Norwegian interbank markets response to changes in liquidity policy

Paper: 07/2017, 20.04.2017

JEL: E43, E58, G21

Forward guidance through interest rate projections: does it work?

Paper: 06/2017, 19.04.2017

JEL: E43, E44, E52, E58, G12

Components of uncertainty

Paper: 05/2017, 18.04.2017

JEL: D80, E32, E66

Conditional forecasting with DSGE models - A conditional copula approach

Paper: 04/2017, 07.04.2017

JEL: C53, E37, E47, E52

Central clearing and risk transformation

Paper: 03/2017, 31.03.2017

Fire sales, indirect contagion and systemic stress testing

Paper: 02/2017, 17.03.2017

Has the Fed responded to house and stock prices? A time-varying analysis

Paper: 01/2017, 08.03.2017

JEL: C32, E44, E52, E58

Words are the new numbers: A newsy coincident index of business cycles

Paper: 21/2016, 22.12.2016

JEL: C11, C32, E32

Do central banks respond timely to developments in the global economy?

Paper: 19/2016, 22.12.2016

JEL: C11, C53, C55, E58, F17

Nowcasting using news topics. Big Data versus big bank

Paper: 20/2016, 22.12.2016

JEL: C11, C32, E37

Immigration and the macroeconomy: some new empirical evidence

Paper: 18/2016, 24.11.2016

JEL: C11, C32, E32

Structural factors, unemployment and monetary policy: the useful role of the natural rate of interest

Paper: 17/2016, 01.11.2016

JEL: E32

Business cycles in an oil economy: Lessons from Norway

Paper: 16/2016, 01.11.2016

R&D heterogeneity and its implications for growth

Paper: 15/2016, 29.09.2016

On the concavity of the consumption function with liquidity constraints

Paper: 14/2016, 22.09.2016

JEL: D11, D52, D91

Forecast uncertainty in the neighborhood of the effective lower bound: How much asymmetry should we expect?

Paper: 13/2016, 16.09.2016

Oil and macroeconomic (in)stability

Paper: 12/2016, 16.09.2016

JEL: C11, E32, E42, Q43

Detecting imbalances in house prices: What goes up must come down?

Paper: 11/2016, 09.08.2016

JEL: C22, C32, C51, C52, C53, G01, R21

Liquidity Management and Central Bank Strength: Bank of England Operations Reloaded, 1889-1910

Paper: 10/2016, 01.07.2016

JEL: E42, E43, E58, N13

Leaning against the wind when credit bites back

Paper: 09/2016, 02.06.2016

When preferences for a stable interest rate become self-defeating

Paper: 08/2016, 25.05.2016

JEL: E52, E58

Joint prediction bands for macroeconomic risk management

Paper: 07/2016, 29.04.2016

JEL: C11, C53, C6, E1, E37, E5

Testing for micro efficiency in the housing market

Paper: 06/2016, 15.04.2016

The risk-taking channel of monetary policy in Norway

Paper: 05/2016, 15.03.2016

JEL: E44, E5, G01, G21, G28, L14

Agreeing on disagreement: heterogeneity or uncertainty?

Paper: 04/2016, 17.02.2016

JEL: G12, G15

Implementing the zero lower bound in an estimated regime-switching DSGE model

Paper: 03/2016, 12.02.2016

Pricing in the Norwegian interbank market the effects of liquidity and implicit government support

Paper: 02/2016, 02.02.2016

JEL: E43, E58, G21

The role of oil prices and monetary policy in the Norwegian economy since the 1980s

Paper: 01/2016, 29.01.2016

JEL: C51, E31, E32, E52, E58

Money in the equilibrium of banking

Paper: 22/2015, 31.12.2015

JEL: G21, G28

Salience of debt and homebuyers credit decisions

Paper: 21/2015, 30.12.2015

JEL: D12, G14, G21, G32

The decentralised central bank: regional bank rate autonomy in Norway, 1850-1892

Paper: 20/2015, 23.12.2015

JEL: E58, N23

Measuring trends and cycles in industrial production in Norway 1896-1948

Paper: 00/2015, 08.12.2015

JEL: E32, N64, O47

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