Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

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.

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

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.

CEPR Discussion Papers 16 February 2020: Seventeen new Discussion Papers

A new CEPR study by Anne-Laure Delatte, Adrien Matray and Noémie Pinardon-Touati finds that private banks in France may be motivated by the possibility of future benefits to distort their supply of credit to the local economy, so as to curry favor with powerful politicians during election years.

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

A new CEPR study by Marco Terrones, Ayhan Kose and Naotaka Sugawara sheds new light on the characteristics of global recessions with a focus on the 2009 downturn.

CEPR Discussion Papers 09 February 2020: 19 new Discussion Papers

CEPR is delighted to announce that Philippe Martin will join CEPR's leadership team as the fourth Vice President, looking after CEPR's presence in Europe.

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