Occasional Studies

Several times per year DNB issues an Occasional Study, a publication designed for a broader public than just economists. Occasional Studies cover a specific research or policy theme, contributing to national and international policy debates.

46-60 from 85 results
Overzicht van DNB Occasional Study
Title or themeDate
Nr. 1 (2013): Funding problems in the mortgage market March 2013
Jos Jansen, Melle Bijlsma, Mark Kruidhof and Christiaan Pattipeilohy
Nr. 5 (2012): Shadow Banking: An Exploratory Study for the Netherlands November 2012
Menno Broos, Krit Carlier, Jan Kakes en Eric Klaaijsen
Nr. 4 (2012): The CentERpanel and the DNB Household Survey: Methodological Aspects September 2012
Federica Teppa and Corrie Vis
Nr. 3 (2012): Designing Banknote Identity August 2012
Hans de Heij
Nr. 2 (2012): Cash usage in the Netherlands: How much, where, when, who and whenever one wants? April 2012
Nicole Jonker, Anneke Kosse and Lola Hernández
Nr. 1 (2012): Is Collateral Becoming Scarce? Evidence for the euro area February 2012
Anouk Levels and Jeannette Capel
Nr. 6 (2011) Is there a 'race to the bottom' in central counterparties competition December 2011
Siyi Zhu
Nr. 5 (2011) Housing bubbles, the leverage cycle and the role of central banking November 2011
Jeroen Hessel and Jolanda Peeters
Nr. 4 (2011): What is a fit banknote? The Dutch public responds September 2011
Frank van der Horst, Martijn Meeter, Jan Theeuwes en Marcel van der Woude
Nr. 3 (2011) - The post-crisis world of collateral and international liquidity July 2011
Jeannette Capel
Nr. 2 (2011) - Crisis Management Tools in the EU: What do we really need? March 2011
Annemarie van der Zwet
Nr. 1 (2011) - DELFI: DNB’s Macroeconomic Policy Model of the Netherlands February 2011
DNB
Nr. 4 (2010) - Banknote design for retailers and public December 2010
Hans de Heij
Nr. 3 (2010): Macro-effects of higher capital and liquidity requirements for banks October 2010
Robert-Paul Berben, Beata Bierut, Jan Willem van den End and Jan Kakes
nr 2 (2010): Reinsurers as financial intermediaries in the market for catastrophic risk August 2010
John Lewis
46-60 from 85 results