In this project, we study how Norwegian households respond to monetary policy changes and how their asset allocation varies with their personal experience and education background.
About the project
In particular, we look at the monetary policy shock and examines whether households transmit monetary policy through their financial investments.
We also analyze the effect of personal experience in stock market crash and ask whether the crisis experience changes individuals’ risk attitude and investment behaviors. In addition, we study education background and investigate if having a bachelor degree in economics and business education affect individuals' financial outcomes and trading behaviors in the future.