CEPR Discussion Papers 28 November 2021: 16 new Discussion Papers

CEPR is pleased to announce that we have split the current PE programme into two programmes: Public Economics (PE) and Political Economy (POE)

Attitudes towards same-sex relationships in the US have changed radically over a relatively short period of time. What roles did political parties and their leaders play in this process of cultural change?

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org 

A new CEPR eBook sheds light on the economic, legal and political implications of CBDC, discusses existing initiatives and scopes out the future of the digital financial landscape. 

CEPR Discussion Papers 21 November 2021: 21 new Discussion Papers

Do we have children to provide for us in our old age? A recent study discusses the impact of the size of families in Namibia after the government granted a state pension. 

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org 

A new CEPR study by Ethan Ilzetzki, Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff explores the evolution of the global exchange rate system over the last two decades. 

CEPR Discussion Papers 14 November 2021: 23 new Discussion Papers

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