Danmarks Nationalbank arranges conferences and workshops on issues related to its main working areas, hosting both policy-oriented fora and research-oriented events. Here you will find lists of past events and calendars showing upcoming events. The events are usually by invitation only.


Danmarks Nationalbank’s economists and guest speakers present their research at scheduled seminars throughout the year. You can see upcoming seminars in the list below.

Upcoming seminars

  • 5 March 2024: Luigi Paciello (Einaudi Institute of Economics and Finance): "TBA"
  • 12 March 2024: Tim Eisert (Nova School of Business and Economics): "Exorbitant Privilege? Quantitative Easing and the Bond Market Subsidy of Prospective Fallen Angels"
  • 9 April 2024: Filippo de Marco (Bocconi University): "TBA"
  • 14 May 2024: Neeltje van Horen (Bank of England): "TBA"

Past seminars

  • 12 December 2023: Aubhik Khan (Ohio State University): "Persistent Debt and Business Cycles in an Economy with Production Heterogeneity"
  • 28 November 2023: David Wiczer (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta): "TBA"
  • 14 November 2023: Claus Kreiner (University of Copenhagen): "Micro vs Macro Labor Supply Elasticities: The Role of Dynamic Returns to Effort"
  • 7 November 2023: Scott R. Baker (Kellogg School of Management): "Corporate Taxes and Retail Prices"
  • 31 October 2023: Daniel Streitz (IWH Halle): "Out of sight, out of mind: Divestments and the Global Reallocation of Pollutive Assets"
  • 24 October 2023: Moritz Kuhn (University of Mannheim): "To Have or Not to Have: Understanding Wealth Inequality"
  • 3 October 2023: Thomas Drechsel (University of Maryland): "Identifying Monetary Policy Shocks: A Natural Language Approach"
  • 27 September 2023: Leonardo Melosi (University of Warwick): "TBA"
  • 19 September 2023: Francesco Zanetti  (University of Oxford): "Agreed and Disagreed Uncertainty"
  • 12 September 2023: Anton Nakov (ECB): "Climate-Conscious Monetary Policy"
  • 31 August 2023: Kilian Huber (University of Chicago) & Ludwig Straub (Harvard University) "Disaggregated Economic Accounts"
  • 21 June 2023: Daniel Paravisini (London School of Economics): "One Size Doesn´t Fit All: Heterogeneous Depositor Compensation During Periods of Uncertainty"
  • 30 May 2023: Paolo Sodini (Stockholm University): "TBA"
  • 26 May 2023: John Campbell (Harvard University): "Mortgage Choice and Monetary Policy"
  • 16 May 2023: Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi (Bank of England): "The transmission of Keynesian supply shocks"
  • 9 May 2023: Andrew Goodman-Bacon (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis): "Difference-in-Differences with a Continuous Treatment"
  • 2 May 2023: Karin Kinnerud (BI Norwegian Business School): "Down-payment requirements: Implications for portfolio choice and consumption"
  • 18 April 2023: Basile Grassi (Bocconi University): "The Hitchhiker's Guide to Markup Estimation"
  • 11 April 2023: Andreas Fagereng (BI Norwegian Business School): "Assortative Mating and Wealth Inequality"
  • 21 March 2023: Ralph Luetticke (UCL): "Foreign Portfolios and Domestic Business Cycles with Heterogeneous Agents"
  • 14 March 2023: Roine Vestman (Stockholm University): "The Housing Wealth Effect: Quasi-Experimental Evidence"
  • 22 November 2022: Erik Öberg (Uppsala University): ”The Unemployment-Risk Channel in Business-Cycle Fluctuations”
  • 15 November 2022: Carlos Carrillo-Tudela (University of Essex): ”Matching Through Search Channels”
  • 8 November 2022: Nicola Limodio (Bocconi University): ”The Financial Transmission of a Climatic Shock: El Nino and US Banks”
  • 4 October 2022: Laura Pilossoph (Duke University): ”Job Search, Wages, and Inflation”
  • 22 September 2022: Sebastian Doerr (BIS): ”Income Inequality and Job Creation”
  • 13 September 2022: John Vincent Kramer (University of Copenhagen): ”The Cyclicality of Earnings Growth along the Distribution – Causes and Consequences”
  • 14 June 2022: Niklas Engbom (New York University): ”Labor Market Fluidity and Human Capital Accumulation”
  • 7 June 2022: Vasso Ioannidou (Bayes Business School, formerly Cass): ”Corporate Pension Risk-Taking in a Low Interest Rate Environment”



Past conferences

  • 12-13 October 2023: Macroeconomic Risks, Uncertainty and Sustainability. Conference hosted by Danmarks Nationalbank, Deutsche Bundesbank and Norges Bank in Copenhagen, Denmark

Call for papers

Conference website

Conference Program

  • 26-27 September 2022: The Return of Inflation. Conference hosted by Danmarks Nationalbank, Deutsche Bundesbank and Norges Bank in Oslo, Norway

Call for papers

Conference website

  • 20 May 2022: Empirical Banking Workshop, Danmarks Nationalbank

Conference website

  • 13-14 December 2021: Stabilization policies: Lessons from the COVID-19 crisis and prospects for future policy strategies. Online conference hosted by Danmarks Nationalbank, Deutsche Bundesbank and Norges Bank

Call for papers

Conference program