DRE 7002 – Time Series Econometrics. PhD course, BINorwegian Business School. (Spring 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017)
DRE 7004 – Topics in Macroeconomics. PhD course, BINorwegian Business School. (Fall 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017)
DRE 7024 Factor Models in Macroeconomics, PhD course, BINorwegian Business School - March 20-21 and April 25, 2017. Guest lecturer James Stock (March 20 and 21 2017). Course responsible Hilde C Bjørnland.
DRE 7011 – CAMP mini PhD course: Oil Markets and the Macro Economy", PhD course, BI Norwegian Business School – June13-15, 2017. Guest lecturer Hashem Pesaran (June 15, 2017). Course responsible Hilde C Bjørnland.
Maritime Offshore track
GRA 6639 – Business cycles (previous name: Topics in macroeconomics). Master of Science, BI Norwegian Business School. (Spring 2008-)
GRA 6648 – Research Methodology - Economics. Master of Science, BI Norwegian Business School (Spring 2011-)
GRA6647 - Applied Econometrics and Time Series. Master of Science, BI Norwegian Business School. (Fall 2007-2010)
Spesialisering: Anvendt Makro: Introduction to time series methods. BI Norwegian Business School. (Spring 2008, 2010)
The paper "Do central banks respond timely to developments in the global economy?" (coauthors Leif Anders Thorsrud and Sepideh K. Zahiri) is accepted for publication in Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics.
New paper: "The Shale Oil Boom and the U.S. Economy: Spillovers and Time-Varying Effects" (coauthor Julia Zhulanova), CAMP Working paper 8/2018
The paper "Commodity prices and fiscal policy design: Procyclical despite a rule" (coauthor Leif Anders Thorsrud), is accepted for publicaiton in Journal of Applied Econometrics.
Fiscal Management of Oil Resources in Booms and Busts, Economic Research Forum - Policy Perspecives 23(June) 2018
New report (in Swedish): Penningpolitiska utmaningar – att väga i dag mot i morgon, Ekonomisk Debatt 6/2017, Nationalekonomiska Forening, Sverige (Ordförande: Peter Englund, Inledare: Stefan Ingves, riksbankschef, Kommentator: Hilde C Bjørnland, professor, BI Norwegian Business School, Övriga talare: Torbjörn Becker, Lars Feste, Hubert Fromlet, Lars E O Svensson och Marian Radetzki)
New working paper: "Supply Flexibility in the Shale Patch: Evidence from North Dakota" (coauthors Frode Martin Nordvik and Maximilian Rohrer)