A new CEPR study by Tarek Hassan and colleagues finds that US and international firms most exposed to Brexit uncertainty have lost a substantial fraction of their market value and have also reduced hiring and investment.

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Insights into the European Economic and Financial Crisis from Marco Buti, former Director General for Economic and Financial Affairs (ECFIN) at the European Commission

CEPR Discussion Papers 05 January 2020: 36 new Discussion Papers

CEPR Discussion Papers 22 December 2019: 36 new Discussion Papers

The €-coin indicator remained at nearly the same level in December as in November (up from 0.15 to 0.16), continuing to point to modest growth in the euro area, as it has since the start of 2019

CEPR will be closing for the holiday period from end of business on Friday 20th December. Normal operation of service will resume on Thursday 2nd January. May we take this opportunity to offer our best wishes for the season and every success for 2020.

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A new CEPR study by Thiemo Fetzer, Srinjoy Sen and Pedro Souza investigates the consequences of a UK austerity policy that attempted to reduce the fiscal cost of providing housing assistance to low income households. 

CEPR Discussion Papers 15 December 2019: Twenty-three new Discussion Papers