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Thought Experiment Lecture at the Cabinet Office

Thought Experiment Lecture at the Cabinet Office

Professor Sheilagh Ogilvie will give the Thought Experiment Lecture at the Cabinet Office on Friday 18 October. Sheilagh will lecture to officials from Cabinet Office, HM Treasury, and Number 10 on the theme of “Institutions and Economic Growth: Cautionary Tales from History”.


Brexit and Global Trade

Brexit and Global Trade

Dr. Meredith Crowley was quoted in The New York Times article "Global Trade is Deteriorating Fast and Sapping the World’s Economy", regarding the negative impact that Brexit is having on the growth of global trade.


Market Power and Innovation in the Intangible Economy

Market Power and Innovation in the Intangible Economy

A recent paper by PhD Candidate Maarten De Ridder of the Faculty of Economics was discussed in yesterday’s speech by ECB Vice-President Luis de Guindos. De Guindos summarized Market Power and Innovation in the Intangible Economy, which is Maarten’s Job Market Paper for the year 2019-2020.


Faculty Articles Recommended for Undergraduate Teaching

Faculty Articles Recommended for Undergraduate Teaching

Professor Vasco M. Carvalho, Professor Sheilagh Ogilvie and Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta have all had papers submitted to the Journal of Economic Perspectives, by fellow Professor's, as articles that have found useful to support teaching.



Videos & Podcasts


The Economic Consequences of the Peace Part One


To launch September's The Economic Consequences of the Peace Centenary Conference, Boni Sones interviewed Maurice Obstfeld (University of California), Giancarlo Corsetti and David Howarth (University of Cambridge) to find their thoughts on John Maynard Keynes's book.

Listen to both parts of the podcast on the Conference site

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Find out about The Faculty's Brexit Research

Find out about The Faculty's Brexit Research



The European Guilds: An Economic Analysis

The European Guilds: An Economic Analysis



Recent Publications


Large Firm Dynamics and the Business Cycle

"Large Firm Dynamics and the Business Cycle"
Carvalho, V. M. and Grassi, B.
American Economic Review [2019]


Fixed-Effect Regressions on Network Data

"Fixed-Effect Regressions on Network Data"
Jochmans, K., and Weidner, M.
Econometrica, forthcoming [2019]


Networks, markets and inequality

"Networks, markets and inequality"
Gagnon, J. and Goyal, S.
American Economic Review [2017]


Religion and Depression in Adolescence

"Religion and Depression in Adolescence"
Fruehwirth, J., Iyer, S. and Zhang, A.
Journal of Political Economy, forthcoming [2019]





Today's Seminars




Manolis Galenianos
(RHUL)
'Referral Networks and Inequality'
Thursday 17th October 2019 3:30pm
Keynes Room, Please note different room and time to usual


Faculty Events


17 Oct

The Narrative Approach to Establishing Causation in Macroeconomics - Christina Romer
Faculty of Law

18 Oct

Workers, Firms and Labour Markets Workshop
Meade Room

28 Oct

Clare Distinguished Lecture in Economics and Public Policy
Clare College The Cambridge-INET Institute




Job Market


Job Market and Placements


2019-2020 Job Market Candidates



Student & Staff Behaviour


Athena Swan - Student and Staff Behaviour


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