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Hélène Rey 11 February 2019

Hélène Rey of London Business School argues that the free movement of money around the world brings benefits but also costs, in an interview recorded at the Royal Economic Society conference in 2014.

Susan Dynarski 06 February 2019

Susan Dynarski of the University of Michigan discusses how a pilot scheme promising low-income high-school students four years of free tuition and fees if they were accepted on a university course more than doubled application rates. 

Meredith A. Crowley 01 February 2019

Meredith Crowley, International Trade Economist at the University of Cambridge, looks at the US response to Brexit.

28 January 2019

This video summarises the ZEW Lunch Debate "Beyond Horizon 2020: Translating Public Research into Innovation". 

Janet Currie 24 January 2019

Janet Currie of Princeton University discusses how increasing access to health care prenatally and in early childhood reduces deaths and leads to long-term improvements in child and young adult outcomes.

Giorgio Monti 07 January 2019

Giorgio Monti of the European University Institute discusses the European Stability Mechanism and how it might best be reformed.

Alvaro Remesal 04 January 2019

Alvaro Remesal of CUNEF in Madrid discusses the importance of dismissals in CEO incentives. The interview was recorded at CEPR's Third Annual Spring Symposium in April 2018.

Jukka Pirttilä, Pia Rattenhuber 02 January 2019

Jukka Pirttilä and Pia Rattenhuber of UNU-WIDER discuss what the last decade of research at the institute tells us about taxation.

Vítor Constâncio 28 December 2018

Vítor Constâncio, Former Vice-President of the European Central Bank, talks about euro area performance to date and suggests what should come next for the area.

Smriti Sharma 20 December 2018

Smriti Sharma of Newcastle University and former Research Fellow at UNU-Wider discusses the last decade of research at UNU-WIDER tells us about gender. 

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