CEPR Discussion Papers 10 March 2019
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A new ebook from the CEPR and VoxEU summarises the latest research evidence on the impact of the new technologies, as well as the views of policymakers on how to manage the possible disruption in financial markets.
CEPR Discussion Papers 03 March 2019
Mary Amiti, Stephen J. Redding and David E. Weinstein explore the impacts of the Trump administration's trade policy on prices and welfare and find that the full incidence of the tariff falls on domestic consumers. | "... a beautiful piece of work." Paul Krugman, New York Times
Download this week's FREE Discussion Paper from CEPR. If Italy were to adopt Germany’s system of local wage bargaining, aggregate employment and earnings would increase by 11.04% and 7.45%, respectively, according to a new CEPR study by Tito Boeri, Andrea Ichino, Enrico Moretti and Johanna Posch
CEPR research fellow and governor of the Central Bank of Ireland Philip Lane has recently been appointed to the European Central Bank’s Executive Board as chief economist.
Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org
In February €-coin fell again (to 0.24 from 0.31 in January), returning to the levels recorded in early 2015.
CEPR Discussion Papers 24 February 2019