The National Bank of Belgium is organising together with KU Leuven, UA, UCL, UGent, ULB, ULg, UMons, UNamur, Université Saint-Louis, Vlerick and VUB a series of seminars featuring internationally renowned speakers presenting their latest research findings, both empirical as well as theoretical, on relevant issues in the field of finance.
In collaboration with the KU Leuven, UCL and ULB the National Bank organises regular seminars at which internationally renowned experts in the academic or monetary policy spheres are invited to present their latest work.
In collaboration with the KU Leuven, UA , UCL, UGent, UHasselt, ULB, ULg and UMons, the National Bank of Belgium organises seminars to which internationally renowned experts are invited to present the findings of their latest research work, mostly empirical, on firm behaviour.
In order to stimulate reflection and research in the field of actuarial science, the National Bank of Belgium, in collaboration with the KU Leuven, UCL and ULB, organises a series of seminars featuring internationally renowned experts presenting their latest work on relevant issues in actuarial science.
In 2017, the National Bank is launching a new trainee programme, within the scope of which young researchers will be requested to carry out, during a one to six months' period, a research programme within the National Bank.
The Euro Area Business Cycle Network provides a forum for the better understanding of the Euro area business cycle, linking academic researchers and researchers in central banks and other policy institutions involved in the empirical analysis of the Euro area business cycle.
The IJCB is a new quarterly publication on central bank theory and practice, with a special emphasis on research relating to monetary and financial stability.
The objective of this conference, with ECB President Mario Draghi as keynote speaker, was not only backward-looking, to mark this anniversary and honour Alexandre Lamfalussy, but also forward-looking, to draw lessons from the crisis of the 1990s for the future of EMU.
Research and scientific cooperation
Since Belgium joined the euro area, the National Bank has initiated a number of measures to promote research and cooperation with the academic world.