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Annual inflation
During the history of the Riksbank, from 1668 to today, the annual inflation was on average 2.1-2.3 percent (the exact figure depends on how inflation is measured in relation to the monetary disorder during the second half of the 1710s). This can be compared to the present inflation target of the Riksbank at 2.0 percent.
Research at Sveriges Riksbank
The objective of economic research at the Riksbank is to provide a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making. High-quality research is critical to ensure that the Riksbank is well prepared to deal with challenges associated with conducting monetary policy and promoting a safe and efficient payment system. An important task of economic research is to provide models, tools and analyses for the fulfillment of the Riksbank’s responsibilities.
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NEWS
Working Paper No. 251-253
(May 2011)
Call for Papers: ESCB Day Ahead Conference 17 August 2011
(February 2011)
Research News 2010
(January 2011)
Call for Papers: Beliefs and Business Cycles. September 8-9, 2011
(18 January 2011)
Historical Monetary and Financial Statistics for Sweden: Exchange Rates, Prices, and Wages, 1277-2008
(24 September 2010)
WORKSHOP
Beliefs and Business Cycles. September 8-9, 2011
The aim of the workshop is to discuss new research on the importance of information frictions for macroeconomic fluctuations. Suitable paper topics include:
Information and sentiments as sources of aggregate movements
Heterogeneity in information, beliefs and expectations
Confidence and sentiments in financial markets
Endogenous information choice
Monetary and fiscal policy in the wake of information frictions
We invite theoretical and empirical contributions on these and related topics. Participation in the conference has been confirmed by George-Marios Angeletos (MIT), Guido Lorenzoni (MIT), Chris Sims (Princeton), and Laura Veldkamp (NYU). Read more
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