Although the dispute over China's exchange rate regime intensified in the run up to the Seoul G20 Summit, the 8th Global Trade Alert Report reveals that pressures for across-the-board protectionist measures have been contained, for now.

CEPR/ESI 2010 Prize for the Best Central Bank Research Paper awarded to Andrea Ferrero of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York

CEPR hosted a major conference on regulatory reform in London on 4 October 2010. It brought together leading academics, regulators and practitioners from Europe and around the world to take stock of reforms to date and to consider the challenges and difficulties that remain. The conference featured original presentations from leading scholars and panel discussions involving regulators and financial sector practitioners.

CEPR Research Fellow Chris Pissarides has been awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Economics.

The European Economic Association has named CEPR Research Fellow Hélène Rey as the first winner of the Birgit Grodal Award.