De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) seeks to support its activities through high-quality, policy-oriented scientific research on subjects relevant to DNB’s core duties.
Consistent with the approach adopted throughout the Eurosystem, the aims of research activities at De Nederlandsche Bank are to:
- provide research results relevant for the formulation of policy advice on monetary and supervisory policies;
- maintain and use econometric models in order to construct economic forecasts and projections and compare the impact of alternative policy choices;
- communicate with policymakers, academics, business and banking professionals, and the general public.
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At DNB a large variety of economic and econometric models are used in the policy preparation process and for academic research.
The personal pages contain detailed information on the research activities of individual staff members. The Economics and Research Department employs about 25 researchers. In addition, staff members in other divisions also devote part of their time to scientific research.
DNB organises both internal and external research seminars . In the autumn, we hold our annual research conference, and several smaller events are staged over the course of each year. Every year, DNB welcomes several external researchers in the context of its Visiting Scholars Program and its PhD Internship Program.
The research output of DNB staff members is reported in a variety of publications like the DNB Working Paper series, in peer-reviewed scientific journals, Occasional Studies, Analyses and other professional outlets.
It is possible for external researchers to use DNB’s microdata for research.