Jonathan Haskel, 04 November 2017

Modern companies seem to make three times more revenues with half the tangible assets. In this video, Jonathan Haskel discusses what the move to knowledge investment means. This video was recorded at Imperial College Business School, in November 2017.

Catherine L. Mann, 23 October 2017

For the first time since the financial crisis, no country is showing contraction. However, Catherine Mann points out that there is a need for more investment, trade and globalisation in order to have sustained growth. This video was recorded at the "10 years after the crisis" conference held in London, on 22 September 2017.

Valentina Bosetti, Carlo Carraro, Emanuele Massetti, Massimo Tavoni, 05 November 2007

The authors of CEPR DP6549 investigate the economic implications of carbon mitigation, and in particular they analyse the energy investment and R&D policies that optimally achieve the stabilisation of CO2 concentrations at two targets – 550 ppm (often advocated in the US) and 450 ppm (based on the EU’s objective of keeping future temperature changes to below 2 degrees Celsius).


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