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The Research Division regularly receives guests from both central banks and universities. These guests present their research at a seminar and participate in meetings with Riksbank employees from various fields, not just within the Research Division. Guest researchers usually spend around a week at the Riksbank, although there are occasionally longer visits of six months or a year.
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Øistein Røisland, Norges Bank, December 2-4.
 
Michelle Alexopoulos, University of Toronto, October 16-26.
 
Robert M. Hunt, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, October 7-11.
 
Gunnar Bårdsen, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskaplelige universitet, October 7-11.
 
Franklin Allen, Wharton University, September 18-21.
 
Nobu Kiyotaki, London School of Economics, September 16-17.
 
Lee Ohanian, University of California, Los Angeles, September 10.
 
Harold L. Cole, University of California, Los Angeles, September 10.
 
Robert Townsend, University of Chicago, September 5.
 
Fabio Canova, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, August 10-17.
 
Evi Pappa, London School of Economics, August 10-17.
 
Paul Gomme, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, May 21-June 14.
 
Tatyana Korechkova, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, May 21-June 14.
 
Guido Lorenzoni, Princeton University, June 4-6.
 
Kasper Roszbach, Netherlands Competition Authority, May 21-June 2.
 
Kai Leitemo, Norges Bank, May 13-18.
 
Mattias Villani, Stockholm University, April 15-June 28.
 
Petra Geraats, University of Cambridge, April 8-14.
 
John B. Carlson, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, April 2-May 1.
 
Kasper Roszbach, Netherlands Competition Authority, March 18-25.
 
Carlo Favero, Università Bocconi, February 11-13.

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