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The Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) organises external research seminars on a regular basis. These seminars are open to external visitors. The seminars are usually held on Tuesdays from 12.00 to 13.00 at the Nederlandsche Bank, Toorop building, Spaklerweg 4, in Amsterdam.

Due to high uncertainty in the development of the situation related to COVID-19, the seminars are currently held online.

Registration

If you'd like to attend a DNB seminar, please contact Gita Gajapersad on +31 20 524 2347or by e-mail: seminars-ebo@dnb.nl

You will need a proof of identity (passport, EU Identity Card or Dutch driver's license) to enter DNB.

Forthcoming seminars

Title Date
ONLINE -The Impact of Alternative Forms of Bank Consolidation on Credit Supply and Financial Stability 17 May 2022
Emanuele Tarantino (LUISS)
ONLINE - Borrowing Premia in Unsecured Credit Markets 19 May 2022
Felicia Ionescu (Fed Board)
ONLINE ? - Deal or no Deal? The Effect of Time-to-Close on Residential Transaction Prices 31 May 2022
Marc Francke (University of Amsterdam)
Tba 7 June 2022
Eleonora Granziera (Norges Bank)
ONLINE ?  - Tba 14 June 2022
Supriya Kapoor (Technological University Dublin)
ONLINE ?  - Tba 21 June 2022
David Martinez-Miera (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Tba 28 June 2022
Laura Hospido Quintana (Bank of Spain)
Tba 27 October 2022
Silvia Miranda-Agrippino (Bank of England)
   
   
Previous seminars
Title Date
ONLINE - Motivating Banks to Lend? Credit Spillover Effects of the Main Street Lending Program 1 February 2022
Camelia Minoiu (FED Board)
ONLINE - The Effect of Macroeconomic Uncertainty on Household Spending 15 February 2022
Olivier Coibion (University of Texas at Austin)
ONLINE - Baby Booms and Asset Booms: Demographic Change and the Housing Market 22 February 2022
Matthijs Korevaar (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
ONLINE - The Business Cycle Dynamics of the Wealth Distribution 1 March 2022
Jesse Bricker (FED Board)
The Great Carbon Arbitrage 19 April 2022
Alissa Kleinnijenhuis (Stanford University)
Dynamic Macroeconomic Implications of Immigration (CANCELED) 26 April 2022
Karl Walentin (Uppsala University)