A new CEPR-KIF eBook discusses financial digitalisation over the past decade and provides an overview of where research and policy currently stands.

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org 

A new CEPR study by Matteo Ferroni and Stefanie Stantcheva documents large differences in how respondents perceive racial inequities between Black and white Americans, what they believe causes them, and what interventions, if any, they think should be implemented to reduce them.

CEPR Discussion Papers 12 September 2021: 26 new Discussion Papers

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org 

Using manufacturing plant-level census data from Indonesia, a CEPR study by Paul Pelzl, Steven Poelhekke shows how the effect of democratization on manufacturing performance crucially depends on the education level of the newly elected local leaders.

This year’s Serena Medal is awarded to Lucrezia Reichlin for her outstanding work and contribution to economics and econometrics.

CEPR Discussion Papers 05 September 2021: 21 new Discussion Papers

How many lives could be saved if rich countries shared their vaccines? Less than 2% of people in low-income countries have received even one dose. 

The positive contributions made by the recovery in demand and in inflation offset the negative contribution of the slowdown in the manufacturing sector