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  1. Firm behaviour under negative deposit rates
  2. Registers or surveys – Does the type of microdata matter for empirical analyses of consumption behavior?
  3. Archival Big Data and the Spanish Flu in Copenhagen
  4. Revisiting the inflation perception conundrum
  5. Mining archival genealogy databases to gain new insights into broader historical issues
  6. Banking regulation - burden or blessing?
  7. Household-level Deflation Inequality in Denmark during the Great Depression
  8. Overoptimism and house price bubbles
  9. Household leverage and consumption during the Great Depression
  10. The short-term Danish interbank market before, during and after the financial crisis
  11. 175 years of financial risks and returns in central banking: Danmarks Nationalbank, 1839–2014
  12. Trends in real wages in Denmark since the Late Middle Ages
  13. Determinants of banks’ capital structure in the Pre-Regulation Era
  14. A century of macro-financial linkages
  15. Household micro-data, regulation and financial stability: the case of Denmark in the 1950s
  16. Tail events in the FX markets since 1740
  17. Financial structures and the real effects of credit-supply shocks in Denmark 1922-2011
  18. Business cycles and shocks to financial stability: empirical evidence from a new set of Danish quarterly national accounts 1948–2010
  19. Consumer prices in Denmark 1502–2007
  20. Monetary regimes and the endogeneity of labour market structures: empirical evidence from Denmark, 1875-2007
  21. A ‘First Go’ on Financial Accounts for Denmark, 1875–2005
  22. Input–Output Based Measures of Underlying Domestic Inflation: Empirical Evidence from Denmark 1903–2002
  23. Real effective exchange rates and purchasing-power-parity convergence: Empirical evidence for Denmark, 1875–2002