Centre for Applied Macroeconomics and Commodity Prices (CAMP)
CAMP is established to bring together economists working on applied macroeconomic issues, with special emphasis on energy economics.
WELCOME TO CAMP
CAMP's objectives are to advance research and postgraduate training in relevant fields. The centre will conduct original and objective research to improve the understanding of macroeconomic issues of resource rich economies, and act as a forum for discussion of policy issues between academia, government and the private sector.
- Working Paper 02/2021: The Inefficient Combination: Competitive Markets, Free Entry, and Democracy
- Read CAMP's newsletter for the second term of 2020 here.
- Working Paper 01/2021: OPEC’s Crude Game: Strategic Competition and Regime-switching in Global Oil Markets
- CAMP manager and Professor Hilde C. Bjørnland and Professor Ragnar Torvik is part of the Norwegian Government's extended expert group for evaluating economic effects of infection prevention related to Covid-19. Read more here (Norwegian).
- Conference on “Energy and climate: macroeconomic implications” August 2021, BI Norwegian Business School. Call for papers will be announced later.
Latest blog posts
- FNI Update January - Decreasing and Below Trend
- The Inefficient Combination: Competitive Markets, Free Entry, and Democracy
- OPEC’s Crude Game: Strategic Competition and Regime-switching in Global Oil Markets
- Do Central Banks Respond to Exchange Rate Movements? A Markov-Switching Structural Investigation of Commodity Exporters and Importers
- Oil and Fiscal Policy Regimes
CAMP has received funding from Equinor, the Research Council of Norway and the Finance Market Fund. These are non-exclusive relationships, and CAMP welcomes support from other sources. Our research is independent of positions taken by any funders.