Marc Ivaldi, 08 June 2017

The COEURE project has evaluated the strengths and weaknesses of European research in economics. This column presents a manifesto for ensuring that economics in Europe continues to thrive in testing times. The authors argue that European economists must prioritise communication with policymakers and the public, and increase both the quantity and quality of their published work. They also suggest twelve of the most urgent fields of study on which European research funding should be focused.


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