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

A new book examines the role and progress of women in professional economics, reviews the barriers that women face at various stages of the training and promotional pipeline and evaluates programmes designed to support and encourage female economists. 

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CEPR Discussion Papers 01 March 2020: 23 new Discussion Papers

CEPR Discussion Papers 23 February 2020: 23 new Discussion Papers

The €-coin indicator rose again slightly in February, from 0.25 in January to 0.28 this month.

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A new CEPR study by Gianmarco Ottaviano and colleagues finds that previous estimates of the trade and income losses from Brexit, US protectionism and the rise of global trade barriers are substantially under-estimated.

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A new CEPR study by World Bank economists Ayhan Kose and Franziska Ohnsorge, finds that although emerging market and developing economies weathered the global recession a decade ago relatively well, they now appear less well placed to cope with the substantial downside risks facing the global economy.