CEPR Women in Economics Initiative
CEPR is formalising its efforts to improve female representation in the economic profession with the creation of the CEPR Women in Economics Initiative. Led by CEPR’s Vice-President, Hélène Rey, this initiative will aim to redress gender imbalances in the economic profession, partnering with CEPR member organisations to promote women within the field.
This page collates the various projects CEPR is involved with, or external initiatives that have been endorsed by CEPR, and provides a single platform through which the myriad of high quality output and initiatives can be accessed. If you are interested in partnering with CEPR on a related project, or for any further information on CEPR Women in Economics, please get in touch with Petra Buresova, Development Officer at CEPR [email protected]
WE_ARE Seminar Series
Sebnem Kalemli-Özcan explains how financial integration, an important part of ongoing globalisation processes, leads to efficient allocation of capital and promotes investment and growth.
Sebnem Kalemli-Özcan discusses how, ten years after the euro crisis, the deleveraging process still affects corporate investment and, ultimately, productivity and growth.