Centre for Applied Macro- and Petroleum Economics (CAMP)
CAMP was established in 2012 to bring together economists working on applied macroeconomic issues, with special emphasis on Energy economics.
The centre's objectives are to advance research and post-graduate training in relevant fields. The Centre will conduct original and objective research to improve the understanding of macroeconomic issues of resource rich economies, and to act as a forum for discussion of policy issues between academia, government and the private sector.
- Norwegian Resource Council have awarded CAMP gift-strengthening support (gaveforsterkning) in 2017
- Working Paper 3/2017: Should Developing Countries Establish Petroleum Funds?
- Working Paper 2/2017: Supply Flexibility in the Shale Patch: Evidence from North Dakota
- PhD course DRE 7011 – CAMP mini PhD course: Oil Markets and the Macro Economy", June 13-15 2017, BI Norwegian Business School. Guest lecturer Hashem Pesaran (June 15, 2017). Course responsible Hilde C Bjørnland. More information here.
- LSE Business Review: "The Dutch disease reexamined: Resource boom can benefit the wider economy"
Hilde Christiane BjørnlandDepartment of Economics
- Phone: +4746410767
- E-mail: email@example.com
Kristin S. Grigson
Administration - Department of Economics
BI Norwegian Business School
Switchboard: +47 46 41 00 00
CAMP's establishment was made possible by a grant from Statoil. This is a non-exclusive relationship, and CAMP welcomes support from other sources. Our research is independent of positions taken by any funders.