The second economist to be profiled in the new CEPR/UBS 'Women in Economics' series is CEPR fellow Esther Duflo

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The central theme of this study from Robert J Gordon and Hassan Sayed is that the productivity growth slowdown from the early post-war years to the most recent decade was due to a retardation in technical change that affected the same industries by roughly the same magnitudes on both sides of the Atlantic

A new  eBook from CEPR and Vox seeks to shed light on the origins of the conflict, the current impacts on economic activity around the world, and the likely consequences for the future of globalisation. It concludes that the prospects for the future of the multilateral trading system look grim.

CEPR Discussion Papers 26 May 2019

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Simplifying communication by the tax administration consistently improves tax compliance, according to new CEPR research by Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, Clement Imbert, Maarten Luts, Johannes Spinnewijn and Teodora Tsankova

This year’s Francqui Prize has been awarded to Laurens Cherchye, Bram De Rock, and Frederic Vermeulen for their research into the impact of family decisions on individual well-being.

CEPR Discussion Papers 19 May 2019

The international Journal of Economic Theory has issued a Festschrift in Roger Farmer's honour: IJET, Vol 15 No. 1. Special Issue: Market Frictions in Macroeconomic Dynamics. A long time CEPR Research Fellow, Roger Farmer is Research Director at NIESR, London, and Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick in the UK as well as Distinguished Professor of Economics at UCLA.