Video Vox

28 May 2019

Highlights from the panel discussion at the "35 Years of CEPR and the Construction of Europe" meeting, featuring Micael Castanheira, Paola Conconi, José Leandro, Hélène Rey and André Sapir.

André Sapir 24 May 2019

André Sapir discusses how Europe's institutions can reconnect with its citizens and the benefits this can bring.

Mirko Draca 21 May 2019

Mirko Draca of the University of Warwick discusses the political polarisation that has emerged over the past few years.

17 May 2019

How economic history can inform practical decision making.

Marianne Bertrand 14 May 2019

Marianne Bertrand talks about the importance of making economics accessible to the general population

Hélène Rey 10 May 2019

Hélène Rey of London Business School and CEPR discusses economic challenges for Europe.

By custom, women in Saudi Arabia need the consent of either their husband or father to get a job. David Yanagizawa-Drott discusses research suggesting that that most Saudi men privately believe that women should be allowed to work, but they underestimate the extent to which other men share their views.

Diane Coyle 03 May 2019

The reliance on GDP as a measure of economics fails to take into account the shift to a service economy. Diane Coyle of Cambridge University proposes a better metric built around how people use their time.

Marianne Bertrand 29 April 2019

Marianne Bertrand discusses how the pipeline of women entering economics could be improved by better describing the profession.

Micael Castanheira and Paola Conconi of ECARES discuss the importance of CEPR to the development of their careers in economics at the "35 Years of CEPR and the Construction of Europe" panel meeting, held in Brussels in January 2019.

Pages