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    • Samfunnsøkonomiske virkninger av fergefri E-39 Stavanger-Bergen 

      Reiel-Heggedal, Tom; Moen, Espen R.; Riis, Christian (CREAM Publications;2/2014, Working paper, 2014)
      Rapporten drøfter og beregner de samfunnsøkonomiske virkningene av en fergefri veiforbindelse E-39 fra Stavanger til Bergen. Det er to strekninger med to nye forbindelsespunkter som blir gjenstand for analyse. Den første ...
    • Samspillet mellom pengepolitikken og finanspolitikken ved et inflasjonsmål 

      Steigum, Erling (CME Working paper series;7/2000, Working paper, 2000)
      Denne artikkelen er hentet fra "Perspektiver på pengepolitikken", redigert av Jan Fredrik Qvigstad og Øistein Røisland, utgitt av Gyldendal Akademisk 2000.
    • Scener fra en finanskrise 

      Isachsen, Arne Jon (Working Paper Series;7/2009, Working paper, 2009)
      Industri – eller mer generelt virksomhet i internasjonal konkurranse – er med på å gi norsk næringsliv for øvrig og norsk offentlig forvaltning noe å måle seg opp mot. En mal for effektiv ressursutnyttelse. Om denne ...
    • Sectorial interdependence and business cycle synchronization in small open economies 

      Bergholt, Drago; Sveen, Tommy (CAMP Working Paper Series;2/2014, Working paper, 2014)
      Existing DSGE models are not able to reproduce the observed influence of international business cycles on small open economies. We construct a two-sector New Keynesian model to address this puzzle. The set-up takes into ...
    • Seks artikler om økonomisk vekst, renter og valuta 

      Isachsen, Arne Jon; Leitemo, Kai (CME Working paper series;2/2004, Working paper, 2004)
    • Should Developing Countries Establish Petroleum Funds? 

      Torvik, Ragnar (CAMP Working Paper Series;3/2017, Working paper, 2017)
      Many natural-resource-abundant countries have established petroleum funds as part of their strategy to manage their resource wealth. This paper examines reasons that such funds may be established, discusses how these funds ...
    • Sigma Point Filters For Dynamic Nonlinear Regime Switching Models 

      Binning, Andrew; Maih, Junior (CAMP Working Papers Series;4/2015, Working paper, 2015)
      In this paper we take three well known Sigma Point Filters, namely the Unscented Kalman Filter, the Divided Difference Filter, and the Cubature Kalman Filter, and extend them to allow for a very general class of dynamic ...
    • Social Capital and the Viability of Stakeholder-Oriented Firms: Evidence from Savings Banks 

      Ostergaard, Charlotte; Schindele, Ibolya; Vale, Bent (CCGR Working Paper;1/2015, Working paper, 2015)
      We show that social capital improves the viability of stakeholder-oriented firms operating in competitive markets. Studying exits from the population of Norwegian savings banks after deregulations, we find that banks located ...
    • Sovereign wealth funds for macroeconomic purposes 

      Steigum, Erling (CME Working Papers;4/2012, Working paper, 2012)
      Sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) have become more numerous after the turn of the century, but the largest ones have been set up by non-democratic countries in the Middle East and Asia. Norway´s large SWF is an exception. ...
    • Stabilt eller robust? 

      Isachsen, Arne Jon (CME Working Papers;6/2013, Working paper, 2013)
      Dette arbeidsnotatet består av Månedsbrevet fra årets seks første måneder og Vinterbrevet. (Med Ivar Strompdal som medforfatter): Stabilt eller robust? Elementært, min kjære Watson København i januar Noe må ...
    • Sterk krone - fordi vi fortjener det? 

      Juel, Steinar; Haarberg, Karl Johan; Bruce, Erik (CME Working paper series;9/2002, Working paper, 2003)
    • Stiglitz om globalisering 

      Isachsen, Arne Jon (CME Working paper series;2/2002, Working paper, 2002)
    • Stockholder Conflicts and Dividend Payout 

      Berzins, Janis; Bøhren, Øyvind; Stacescu, Bogdan (CCGR Working Paper;5/2011, Working paper, 2011)
      This paper examines how dividend policy influences conflicts of interest between majority and minority stockholders in a large sample of private firms with controlling blockholders. We find that a higher potential for ...
    • Supply Flexibility in the Shale Patch: Evidence from North Dakota 

      Bjørnland, Hilde C.; Nordvik, Frode Martin; Rohrer, Maximilian (CAMP Working Paper Series;2/2017, Working paper, 2017)
      We analyse if output exibility in oil production depends on the extraction technology. In particular, we ask to what extent shale oil producers respond to price incentives by changing completion of new wells as well as oil ...
    • Supply flexibility in the shale patch: Facts, no fiction 

      Bjørnland, Hilde C. (CAMP Working Paper Series;08/2019, Working paper, 2019-11-18)
      In two recent papers, Kilian and Zhou (2019) and Kilian (2019) have criticized Bjørnland, Nordvik, and Rohrer (2017), arguing that our finding of a large price elasticity of output for shale producers is not credible. We ...
    • Tax concerns and agency concerns in dividend policy: Holding companies as a separating device 

      Berzins, Janis; Bøhren, Øyvind; Stacescu, Bogdan (CCGR Working Paper;2/2013, Working paper, 2013)
      Higher dividends may create value by reducing agency costs, but may also destroy value by increasing tax payments. This paper shows empirically how stockholders use holding companies to establish indirect ownership through ...
    • Taylor Rules with Endogenous Regimes 

      Aastveit, Knut Are; Cross, Jamie; Furlanetto, Francesco; Van Dijk, Herman K. (CAMP Working Paper Series;04/2024, Working paper, 2024-05-07)
      The Fed’s policy rule switches during the different phases of the business cycle. This finding is established using a dynamic mixture model to estimate regime-dependent Taylor-type rules on US quarterly data from 1960 to ...
    • The Commission’s internal conditions for social re-regulation: Market efficiency and wider social goals in setting the rules of financial services in Europe 

      Hartlapp, Miriam; Rauh, Christian (CEAS Reports;4/2011, Working paper, 2011)
      With its scarce budgetary resources and institutional logics favouring market-based problemsolving, the European Union (EU) has been considered a prime example of the regulatory state. When and how can we expect the ...
    • The Design of the European Central Bank 

      De Grauwe, Paul (CME Working paper series;1/1998, Working paper, 1998)
      In this article we analyse issues relating to the design of the future European Central Bank. This design is very much influenced by the differences in incentives to join EMU by its prospective members. We. therefore, start ...
    • The Dual-Agency Problem Reconsidered: A Strategic Deviance Perspective on the Franchise Form of Organizing 

      Kidwel, Roland E.; Nygaard, Arne (CCGR Working Paper;1/2010, Working paper, 2010)
      Drawing on various theoretical streams, including organizational deviance, we propose that a franchisor cannot assess and control opportunism without comparative information from plural form contractual arrangements provided ...