Fields: Political Economics, Macroprudential Policy, Financial Economics, and Development Economics.

Short bio

Dilan Ölcer joined the Financial Stability Department of the Riksbank in August 2013. Dilan obtained her PhD in Economics from Sciences Po Paris in 2013 and was a visiting fellow at Harvard University during 2009-2010. Dilan holds a Master's degree in International Economics and Business from the Stockholm School of Economics and a CEMS Master's degree in International Management from HEC Paris and the Stockholm School of Economics. Prior to joining the Riksbank, Dilan's research focused on political economics, development economics and oil-and gas-rich economies. At the Riksbank, Dilan's work has focused in particular on the dimensions and policy implications of household indebtedness in Sweden.


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  • Ph.D. in Economics, Sciences Po, France, 2013.
  • M.Sc. in International Economics and Business, Stockholm School of Economics, 2007.
  • CEMS Master's in International Management, HEC Paris and Stockholm School of Economics, 2006.

Riksbank policy publications

"Asset Valuations and Financial Stability" (with Giordani, P., Grodecka, A., Kwan, S., Morales, P., and Spector, E.), Economic Commentaries, No. 15. 2015, Sveriges Riksbank, Stockholm.


"An Analysis of the Debt-to-Income Limit as a Policy Measure" (with Alfelt, G. and Lagerwall, B.), Economic Commentaries, No. 8. 2015, Sveriges Riksbank, Stockholm.


"How Indebted are the Swedish Households?" (with Winstrand, J.), Economic Commentaries, No. 1, 2014. Sveriges Riksbank, Stockholm.