Covid, School Closures and Children’s Futures

7th April 2022, Online

Event Type

3

Institution

Economic Policy journal

Attendance

0

More information

https://cepr-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/7816467512753/WN_FScDhKzSQjuh0dSImMMtJg

Location

Online
Dates

Start Date

Thu, 04/07/2022

End Date

Thu, 04/07/2022
Organizer

Contact Email

[email protected]

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Topics

Covid-19 Education EU policies
Tags
COVID-19, schools, education, school closures, US, Germany

Finance, money and climate change - open policy panel of the 74th Economic Policy Panel meeting

21st October 2021,

Event Type

1

Institution

Economic Policy

Attendance

0

More information

https://cepr-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/3116336293813/WN_daDorrnORjiRQEzmg5BkSQ
Dates

Start Date

Thu, 10/21/2021

End Date

Thu, 10/21/2021
Organizer

Contact Email

[email protected]

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Topics

Environment
Tags
climate policy, green finance, climate change, monetary policy

Online Seminar - Covid Economics: Vetted and Real-Time Papers 

23rd June 2020 - 21st July 2020, Online seminar

Event Type

1

Long Title

Online Seminar series - Covid Economics: Vetted and Real-Time Papers 

Institution

CEPR

Attendance

0

More information

https://mailchi.mp/cepr/cepr-webinar-ce-series-july

Location

Online seminar
Dates

Start Date

Tue, 06/23/2020

End Date

Tue, 07/21/2020
Organizer

Contact Email

[email protected]

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Tags
COVID-19 coronavirus Covid Economics

FRAME Final Policy Conference

18th February 2019 - 19th February 2019, London

Event Type

2

Long Title

Understanding the interaction between macroeconomics and innovation policy

Institution

CEPR

Attendance

0

More information

https://cepr.org/40031

Location

London
Dates

Start Date

Mon, 02/18/2019

End Date

Tue, 02/19/2019
Organizer

Contact Email

[email protected]

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wiiw Autumn Forecast 2017

9th November 2017, Webinar

Event Type

1

Long Title

CESEE in 2017-2019: back on track to convergence

Institution

Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies

Attendance

1

More information

https://go.myownconference.com/x/Z2s14847F69

Location

Webinar
Dates

Start Date

Thu, 11/09/2017

End Date

Thu, 11/09/2017
Organizer

Contact Email

Register here: https://wiiw.ac.at/er-367.html

Organizer(s)

Presenter: Peter Havlik, Moderator: Richard Grieveson

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Topics

Global economy

Introducing VoxDev

The Editors 22 June 2017

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Today sees the launch of VoxEU.org’s sister site, VoxDev.org, aimed at providing the latest commentary, analysis, and evidence on the economic issues and challenges facing developing countries.

The new site – a partnership between CEPR, the International Growth Centre, and the Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries programme – will publish the latest frontier research on a wide range of issues including trade, migration, health and education, technology, and energy.

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Topics:  Development Frontiers of economic research

Tags:  VoxDev, development, PEDL

Minimal conditions for the survival of the euro

Barry Eichengreen, Charles Wyplosz 14 March 2016

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Editor’s note: Originally published on 12 February 2016, this is Chapter 1 from the eBook How to fix Europe’s monetary union: Views of leading economists.  

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Topics:  EU policies

Tags:  euro, Eurozone crisis, survival of the euro, political integration, fiscal policy, monetary policy

Monetary Policy Implementation and Transmission in the Post-Crisis Period

12th November 2015 - 13th November 2015, Washington, D.C.

Event Type

2

Institution

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Attendance

1

More information

http://www.voxeu.org/sites/default/files/mpolicy_conference_call_for_papers20150615.pdf

Location

Washington, D.C.
Dates

Start Date

Thu, 11/12/2015

End Date

Fri, 11/13/2015
Organizer

Contact Email

[email protected]

Organizer(s)

Wenxin Du, Federal Reserve Board, John Rogers, Federal Reserve Board, Bernd Schlusche, Federal Reserve Board and Egon Zakrajsek, Federal Reserve Board

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Topics

Financial markets Global crisis

The economic legacy of Mrs Thatcher

Nicholas Crafts 08 April 2013

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The policies of the Conservative governments led by Margaret Thatcher between 1979 and 1990 remain highly controversial more than 20 years later. In many respects, they represented a sharp break with the earlier postwar period and this was certainly true of supply-side policies relevant to growth performance. Reforms of fiscal policy were made including the restructuring of taxation by increasing VAT while reducing income-tax rates and, notably, by indexing transfer payments to prices rather than wages while aiming to restore a balanced budget.

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Topics:  Macroeconomic policy

Tags:  Margaret Thatcher, Thatcherism

Modelling and Forecasting Inflation: Recent Approaches

17th December 2012, Henley Business School, University of Reading

Event Type

Workshop

Long Title

International Research Workshop on Modelling and Forecasting Inflation: Recent Approaches

Institution

Department of Economics, University of Reading

Attendance

Yes

More information

https://sites.google.com/site/modellingforecastinginflation/

Location

Henley Business School, University of Reading
Dates

Start Date

Mon, 12/17/2012

End Date

Mon, 12/17/2012
Organizer

Contact Email

[email protected]

Organizer(s)

Alexander Mihailov and Kerry Patterson, University of Reading, and Fabio Rumler, Austrian National Bank

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Topics

Financial markets Frontiers of economic research Global crisis International finance Macroeconomic policy Monetary policy

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