22 April 2016

Capital adequacy and the safety of the banking system are key questions in the post-Crisis environment. In this video, Anat Admati argues that more needs to be done in order to have a safer banking system. Policy-makers should instruct the banks to invest shareholders’ money instead of borrowed money. This way they would accumulate unborrowed money and will be able to invest it without taking unnecessary risks. This video was recorded at the 18th March 2016 conference on Financial Regulation organized by NIESR and held at the Bank of England.

Alan B. Krueger 31 March 2016

Many assume that raising the minimum wage will reduce employment. In this video, Alan Krueger explains that the evidence suggests otherwise due to labour market imperfections that have reduced workers’ bargaining power – a change that also helps explains the rise in income inequality. This video was recorded in March 2016 during the Royal Economic Society’s Annual Conference held at the University of Sussex. 

Charles Bean 31 March 2016

Sir Charles Bean discusses the challenges of the digital revolution in measuring economic statistics. The aim is to ensure that the statistics – and the methodologies used to construct them – evolve to better reflect Britain’s modern complex dynamics. 

Enrico Spolaore 30 March 2016

During the Royal Economic Society’s Annual Conference on 22 March 2016, four panelists discussed the political and economic costs of Brexit. In this video, Enrico Spolaore adopts a political economy angle to discuss the impact on European integration. 

Swati Dhingra 30 March 2016

During the Royal Economic Society’s Annual Conference on 22 March 2016, four panelists discussed the political and economic costs of Brexit. In this video, Swati Dhingra focuses on the issue of trade, investment and immigration.

 

John Van Reenen 30 March 2016

During the Royal Economic Society’s Annual Conference on 22 March 2016, four panelists discussed the political and economic costs of Brexit. In this video, John Van Reenen discusses how much Brexit would hurt the British economy, but also points out that it would bring some gains in the form of lower EU contributions and a slight boost to growth.

CEPR, together with the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis at Imperial College, organised the Tenth Annual Hedge Fund Conference on 3 December 2015 to showcase state-of-the-art international research on major issues regarding hedge fund strategies in all asset classes and their impact on financial markets. It provided an essential meeting point for researchers, senior market participants and policy makers.

Miles Kimball 05 June 2015

The conference organised by CEPR , the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis, Imperial College London and the Swiss National Bank, brought together academics, practioners and policymakers to discuss the relevance of a zero lower bound theory and the realities of an effective lower bound.

05 June 2015

The conference organised by CEPR , the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis, Imperial College London and the Swiss National Bank, brought together academics, practioners and policymakers to discuss the relevance of a zero lower bound theory and the realities of an effective lower bound.

05 June 2015

The conference organised by CEPR , the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis, Imperial College London and the Swiss National Bank, brought together academics, practioners and policymakers to discuss the relevance of a zero lower bound theory and the realities of an effective lower bound.