CEPR Discussion Papers 27 January 2019
Download this week's FREE paper. Jonathan Ashworth and Charles Goodhart find that a big fall in the amount of cash in circulation in Canada around the time that recreational cannabis use was officially legalised late last year suggests that the policy has already been successful in crimping the black economy.
Download this week's FREE paper. Meredith A Crowley, Oliver Exton & Lu Han present new evidence of the impact of a switch to a renegotiation regime in the context of Brexit, when the British public unexpectedly voted to leave the EU in a referendum on 23rd June 2016.
CEPR Discussion Papers 20 January 2019
Download this week's FREE paper. Nicholas Crafts argues that, far from being unrelated, the banking crisis and Brexit are intimately connected with the fiscal costs of the former precipitating the vote in favour of the latter.
CEPR Discussion Papers 13 January 2019
In 2019, CEPR is marking 35 years as the leading global platform for dissemination of excellent economic research and relevant policy output, starting with a celebratory event in Brussels and the opening of a new regional office there.
CEPR Discussion Papers 6 January 2019
Download this week's FREE paper where a new study from top economists at the European Central Bank (ECB) provides a comprehensive ‘inside’ view of Eurozone monetary policy over the past two decades.
CEPR Discussion Papers 23 December 2018