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Betsey Stevenson 23 March 2020

Textual analysis of the leading principles of economics textbooks reveals that the world students are exposed to in the books is very male.

Richard Blundell 16 March 2020

How do some workers who left school at a relatively young age with low qualifications go on to succeed in the labour market?

Extraordinary times call for extraordinary efforts

A video interview recorded with Richard Baldwin and Beatrice Weder di Mauro to mark the publication of the CEPR / VoxEU 'instant' eBook, Economics in the Time of Covid-19.  Tim Phillips discusses the themes of the book and the economic challenges ahead

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Paola Sapienza 06 March 2020

Paola Sapienza argues that immigrants are particularly good proof of certain cultural aspects, because they may live in economic conditions that are very different from their country of origin. 

Leah Boustan 02 March 2020

Are the children of immgrants to the US who are being raised below the middle class able to move up?

Josef Zweimüller 28 February 2020

Can differences in culture and attitudes towards work explain differences in unemployment across time and space?

John Van Reenen 24 February 2020

John Van Reenen argues that the basis for the claim that regulation inhibits innovation is weak

Nir Jaimovich 21 February 2020

The likelihood of college-educated women finding high-paid employment has risen, while for men it has fallen. Is a growing demand for social skills behind this?

Anne Case 17 February 2020

Anne Case traces the rise in 'deaths of despair' in the US back to stagnating wages and the contracting out by firms of low-skilled jobs to avoid high health insurance costs

Dina Pomeranz 14 February 2020

Evidence from Chile shows how the value-added tax (VAT) can facilitate tax enforcement by generating paper trails on transactions between firms.



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