Milena Djourelova, Ruben Durante, and Gregory Martin look at the effect that online competition has had on newspapers and consequently on political coverage by local papers, in their recent CEPR Discussion Paper

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A new CEPR study by Ellen Greaves, Iftikhar Hussain, Birgitta Rabe, and Imran Rasul, uses data from the UK to examine the interaction between family and school inputs by identifying the causal impact of information about school quality on parental time investment into children. 

€-coin’s figure in July was lower than the forecast

CEPR Discussion Papers 01 August 2021: 21 new Discussion Papers

 Davide Furceri, Prakash LounganiJonathan D. Ostry and Pietro Pizzuto demonstrate the impact of major epidemics from the past two decades on income distribution in their recent CEPR Discussion Paper

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CEPR Discussion Papers 25 July 2021: 26 new Discussion Papers

How does economics compare to other social sciences in its study of issues related to race and ethnicity? Arun Advani, Elliott Ash, David Cai, Imran Rasul assess this using a corpus of 500,000 academic publications in economics, political science, and sociology.

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