Emmanuel Macron’s election opens the door to a ‘reboot’ of the Eurozone. This is urgent: EU leaders need some political space without being distracted by a potential new Eurozone crisis.
CEPR Discussion Papers 28 May 2017
Univeristy of Milan seeks two Professors to join its Department of Economics, Management, and Quantitative Methods (DEMM).
Click here for CEPR's latest policy insight. The authors detail a policy reform to tackle the issue facing many governments today - the rising pressure of healthcare and retirement initiatives.
CEPR Discussion Papers 21 May 2017
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CEPR Discussion Papers 7 May 2017
The CEPR Network on Household Finance has selected a prize winner for the best student paper in household finance presented at a network conference or workshop. The purpose of the prize is to recognise academic excellence and potential of young researchers engaged in household finance, as well as their contribution to the field at an early career stage.
CEPR Discussion Papers 30 April 2017
Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models are in wide use yet have come under sharp criticism, given their complex nature and the assumptions they rely on. However, many central banks use them in policy analysis. Is this a misguided use of economists’ and policy makers’ time? This eBook reviews the use of DSGE models in policy institutions, the lessons learned, and the desirable ways forward.