Research

The research function at the Bank of Finland builds on expertise to support the Bank’s active membership of the Eurosystem. High academic quality and visibility of the Bank's research function enhance its influence within the Eurosystem.

Research seeks to meet high academic standards and to be of practical policy relevance. In addition to publications in refereed international academic journals, active participation in scientific meetings and close cooperation with the academic research community are integral parts of the research objectives and means to screen the quality of the Bank’s research.

 

 Topical issues

 
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 Events

 
 

Upcoming research seminars

Ctirad Slavik (Goethe University Frankfurt): Asset prices and business cycles with financial shocks
12 March 2015 at 13:30–15:00
 

Upcoming conferences

Liquidity and market efficiency – alive and well?
3 July 2015, House of the Estates, Helsinki
 
 

Recent conferences

Entrepreneurial finance, innovation and growth
23–24 October 2014, Bank of Finland, Helsinki
 
Expectations in Dynamic Macroeconomic Models
7–8 August 2014, Bank of Finland, Helsinki
 
 

 Recent research

 
Retrieving Data
 

 Research Newsletter 2/2014

 

Research Newsletter 2/2014 has been published on 15 July 2014. Contents:

  • Editorial: Liquidity Trap or Safety Trap?
  • Unconventional monetary policy measures also affecting emerging economies
  • Events
  • Recent Bank of Finland research publications

Research Newsletter 2/2014 (PDF)

 

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