CEPR Discussion Papers 30 June 2019: Twelve new Discussion Papers

In June €-coin started to decline again (to 0.14 from 0.20 in May), reaching the lowest level recorded since December 2014.

The third economist to be profiled in the new CEPR/UBS 'Women in Economics' series is CEPR fellow Lucrezia Reichlin

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

What are the remaining gaps in the architecture of the Eurozone, and what are the trade-offs that repairing them would present? A new CEPR study by former IMF chief economist Maurice Obstfeld and colleagues suggests the need for long-run progress along three mutually supportive tracks

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

New CEPR analysis of data on 10 high-income countries and 30 industries from Sotiris Blanas, Gino Gancia and Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee shows that technology has reduced the demand for low- and medium-skill workers but raised demand for high-skill older and male workers.

The publication in 2018 of joint proposals for reforming the euro area by a group of seven French and seven German economists triggered a considerable debate on CEPR's voxeu.org. This volume offers a selection of the contributions to this debate together with a summary of the original proposal. 

CEPR Discussion Papers 16 June 2019: Seventeen new Discussion Papers

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org