Congratulations to Rachel Griffith, CEPR Research Fellow in the Industrial Organisation and Public Economics Programmes, who has been confirmed as the new President of the Royal Economics Society, and to Carol Propper, CEPR Fellow in Public Economics, who has been named President-Elect.

CEPR Discussion Papers 14 April 2019

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A new CEPR study quantifies the impact of introducing a paywall on the demand for news in Norway. Frode Steen finds that the short-run average impact of a paywall is negative and between 3 and 4%. In the long run, the negative effect increases to between 9 and 11%.

“The missing women in economics have become an issue, essentially because their share in academic positions is not progressing. It’s a good time to showcase exceptional female economists and their research to encourage others.”
Beatrice Weder di Mauro, President, CEPR

Congratulations to CEPR's Oriana Bandiera and Imran Rasul who have just been jointly awarded the 2019 Yrjö Jahnsson Award for their contributions to applied economics.

CEPR Discussion Papers 07 April 2019

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A nation’s books can tell us how happy its citizens have been through the centuries, according to CEPR research from Thomas Hills, Eugenio Proto, Daniel Sgroi and Chanuki Illushka Seresinhe

CEPR Discussion Papers 24 March 2019