CEPR Discussion Papers 24 March 2019
Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org
Thiemo Fetzer and Carlo Schwarz explore whether retaliatory tariffs are politically targeted and, if so, how effective they are. Retaliation has produced substantial economic shocks: US exports of goods subject to retaliation declined by up to $15.28 billion in 2018 and export prices have dropped significantly.
CEPR Discussion Papers 17 March 2019
Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org
Dirk Schoenmaker concludes that low carbon allocation can be done without undue interference with the transmission mechanism of monetary policy, but the real question is whether central bankers are prepared to ‘cross the Rubicon’ in support of EU climate policies.
CEPR Discussion Papers 10 March 2019
Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org
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.
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

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