A new CEPR study by Harald Edquist, Peter Goodridge and Jonathan Haskel finds evidence of a significant correlation between growth in the contribution of telecoms capital services and total factor productivity (TFP), which is consistent with the presence of network effects or ‘spillovers’. 

CEPR Discussion Papers 11 August 2019: Twenty-one new Discussion Papers

A new CEPR study by Shuai Chen and Jan van Ours explores the effects of marriage on the stability of partnerships, using same-sex marriage legalisation in the Netherlands as a natural experiment. 

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

CEPR Discussion Papers 04 August 2019: Six new Discussion Papers

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

A new study by Francesco Decarolis and Gabriele Rovigatti analyses the impact of intermediaries and increased buyer power on the revenues of online platforms such as Google. The findings indicate that they have a significant negative impact on search engine revenues.

In July €-coin rose to 0.21 (from 0.14 in June); however, as it has done since the start of 2019, it continues to signal modest growth in the euro area.

This new eBook that brings together perspectives on such questions as whether the EU has been effective in its pursuit of non-trade policy objectives relating to standards, values, sustainability and development, and if so, whether this has been at the expense of more traditional trade policy objectives.

The economist profiled this month, in the CEPR/UBS 'Women in Economics' series, is CEPR Fellow Rachel Griffith

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