CEPR Discussion Papers 19 February 2017
This e-book is the second in a series of three examining the shadow that history casts over various aspects of the economy and the polity. In particular this volume provides an overview of how economists have attempted to shed light on the effects of European colonisers on development and culture across Africa and Asia.
CEPR Discussion Papers 12 February 2017
Every week CEPR offers one of its latest Discussion Papers free for download. This week we have a pair of papers: "Capital Flows and the International Credit Channel" and "International Spillovers and Local Credit Cycles" by Yusuf Soner Baskaya, Julian di Giovanni, Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan, José Luis Peydró and Mehmet Fatih Ulu. You can see Sebnem talk about her work in the paper on our latest Vox Video.
CEPR Discussion Papers 5 February 2017
CEPR President Richard Baldwin is interviewed BBC Business Correspondent Tim Bowler on the effects of modern globalisation on jobs and the economy.
CEPR Discussion Papers 29 January 2017
€-coin rose to 0.68 in January from 0.59 in December, confirming the recovery under way since July 2016.
Policy Insight 87: Central bank independence under threat? by Jakob de Haan and Sylvester C.W. Eijffinger examines the role that central bank independence plays in the post financial crisis world, and whether this independence is in danger of being eroded.
This eBook is the first in a series of three examining the shadow that history casts over various aspects of the economy and the polity. In particular this volume summarises some influential works from this vibrant new research agenda and discusses the impact they have on our understanding of the long-run influence of historical events on current economics..