Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

A new CEPR study by Graziella Bertocchi and Arcangelo Dimico empirically assesses the effect of historical slavery on the African-American family structure.

The twenty-seventh issue of CEPR's new online publication for the rapid dissemination of emerging scholarly work on the Covid19 epidemic has now been published.

CEPR Discussion Papers 07 June 2020: 17 new Discussion Papers

The twenty-sixth issue of CEPR's new online publication for the rapid dissemination of emerging scholarly work on the Covid19 epidemic has now been published.

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

A new CEPR study by Georgy Egorov, Ruben Enikolopov, Alexey Makarin and Maria Petrova highlights the role of ethnic diversity in voluntary adherence to socially beneficial norms, such as self-isolation and social distancing during a pandemic. 

The twenty-fifth issue of CEPR's new online publication for the rapid dissemination of emerging scholarly work on the Covid19 epidemic has now been published. It includes papers on: DIFFERENT MEASURES FOR DIFFERENT PEOPLE | EQUITY SHORTFALL IN ITALY | OPTIMAL POLICIES | HOW TO SUPPORT FIRMS | CONFLICTS IN INDIA | DEMAND AND SUPPLY SHOCKS | COMMUNICATION ON HEALTH VS. WEALTH | WAGE INEQUALITY AND POVERTY

CEPR Discussion Papers 32 May 2020: 33 new Discussion Papers

The twenty-fourth issue of CEPR's new online publication for the rapid dissemination of emerging scholarly work on the Covid19 epidemic has now been published. It includes papers on: AGE-SPECIFIC DECONFINEMENT STRATEGIES | THE ECONOMIC EFFECT OF CONTAINMENT MEASURES | RAINFALL MATTERS | AIR TRAVEL RESTRICTION | FORECASTING CORONAVIRUS | CHILD CARE | REMITTANCES: THE CASE OF THE PHILLIPINES | HOW DID GERMANY FLATTEN THE CURVE?

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