Danmarks Nationalbank and economic research

PHD grant in economics

Every year Danmarks Nationalbank offers a PhD grant in economics, where the topic of the thesis is related to Danmarks Nationalbank's working areas such as monetary policy and financial stability. 

The Danish economic society

The Danish Economic Society aims to disseminate and raise the level of debate on economic issues in Denmark. This is done through the organization of lectures and through the publication of the Danish Journal of Economics, which was established in 1873 and is the leading economic journal in Denmark.
Danmarks Nationalbank provides secretarial assistance to the Danish Economic Society and has contributed to the establishment of an online version of the Danish Journal of Economics.

The Birgit Grodal award

European Economic Association instituted in 2011 an award for female economists who have made significant contributions to European economic research. The award is named after professor at the University of Copenhagen, Birgit Grodal, who sadly passed away in 2004, only 60 years old. Birgit Grodal had an impressive international research carrier during her lifetime. The award is sponsored by Danmarks Nationalbank. Recipients of this award until now are:
 
  • 2012: Hélène Rey, London Business School
  • 2014: Rachel Griffith, University of Manchester og Institute for Fiscal Studies
  • 2016: Lucrezia Reichlin, London Business School
  • 2018: Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, Paris School of Economics

The award will be presented at the annual European Economic Association congress in August 2018.

Please see link to the European Economic Association's press release on the 2018 Birgit Grodal award.

The 2016 Birgit Grodal Award Winner, Lucrezia Reichlin, between Director Niels Lynggård Hansen, Danmarks Nationalbank (left) and Fabrizio Zilibotti, President for European Economic Association (right).​