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Philippe Aghion 08 March 2019

Philippe Aghion, of the College de France and LSE, discusses work on merged datasets from the UK – one detailing occupation & wages, the other looking at R&D and investment.

Michael Woodford 01 March 2019

Michael Woodford of Columbia University discusses how limitations to the accuracy of memory are likely to be a very significant source of bias which affects the way people's beliefs and behaviour respond to changes in their cirumstances.

Linda Goldberg 26 February 2019

Linda Goldberg of the Federal Reserve of New York talks about her work with Signe Krogstrup on a combined exchange market pressure index, which they use to look at the importance of the global factor in international flows.

Marco di Cataldo, Riccardo Crescenzi and Mara Giua from the Global Investment - Local Development research team at LSE explore the various policy tools available to local decision-makers to attract foreign investments, and most importantly, to make the most of them.

Judith A. Chevalier 18 February 2019

Judy Chevalier from Yale School of Management asks whether flexibility provides benefits to gig workers, based on data collected from 200,000 Uber drivers over a 9-month period.

Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan 13 February 2019

Şebnem Kalemli-Özcan of the University of Maryland talks about debt overhang as a big contributor to the low investment that persists in Europe ten years after the crisis, and why a big data approach is the best way to solve the problem.

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". 

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