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Faculty of Economics

Cambridge-INET Institute (C-INET)


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Title: Cambridge-INET Institute (C-INET)

Sponsor: Institute for New Economic Thinking

Description: The Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge is on the forefront of new economics thinking. We are advancing innovative approaches to understanding our economy, individual behaviour, the networks that shape economic exchange, the econometric analysis of financial markets, and the transmission mechanisms which relate the financial sector to the rest of the economy. To facilitate this goal, Cambridge economists joined forces with the New York-based Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) to create the Cambridge-INET Institute in 2012. In the context of financial contagion, persistent unemployment, rising inequality and intense pressure on government budgets, economists around the world recognize that conventional doctrines and models need to be reassessed. INET was created to facilitate this critical enquiry and broaden and accelerate the development of economic thinking that can lead to solutions for these great challenges.

External website: https://www.inet.econ.cam.ac.uk/


Published Papers

Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. Inequality in the Impact of the Coronavirus Shock: Evidence from Real Time Surveys, (2020) Journal of Public Economics, 189
Biroli, P., Boneva, T., Raja, A. and Rauh, C. Parental Beliefs About Returns to Child Health Investments, (2020) Journal of Econometrics
Corsetti, G., Erce, A. and Uy, T. Official Sector Lending Strategies During the Euro Area Crisis, (2020) The Review of International Organizations, 15, 667–705
Crowley, M. A., Exton, O. and Han, L. The Looming Threat of Tariff Hikes: Entry into Exporting under Trade Agreement Renegotiation, (2020) AEA Papers and Proceedings, 110, 547-51
Bodenstein, M., Corsetti G. and Guerrieri, L. Social Distancing and Supply Disruptions in a Pandemic, (2020) Covid Economics: Vetted and Real-Time Papers(19), 1-52
Agranov, M. and Elliott, M. Commitment and (in) Efficiency: A Bargaining Experiment, (2020) Journal of the European Economic Association
Galeotti, A., Golub, B. and Goyal, S. Targeting Interventions in Networks, (2020) Econometrica, forthcoming
Li, Z. M., Laeven, R. J. A. and Vellekoop, M. H. Dependent Microstructure Noise and Integrated Volatility: Estimation from High-Frequency Data, (2020) Journal of Econometrics, 215(2), 536-558
Iyer, S. and Weeks, M. Social Interactions, Ethnicity, Religion and Fertility in Kenya, (2020) Journal of Demographic Economics
Chaudhary, L., Rubin, J., Iyer, S. and Shrivastava, A. Culture and Colonial Legacy: Evidence from Public Goods Games, (2020) Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 173, 107-129
Leung, B. T. K. Limited Cognitive Ability and Selective Information Processing, (2020) Games and Economic Behavior, 120, 345-369
Vogt, M., Linton, O. Multiscale clustering of nonparametric regression curves, (2020) Journal of Econometrics
Linton, O. A coupled component DCS-EGARCH model for intraday and overnight volatility, (2020) Journal of Econometrics
Corsetti, G., Eichengreen, B., Hale, G. and Tallman, E. The Euro Crisis in the Mirror of the EMS: How Tying Odysseus to the Mast Avoided the Sirens but Led Him to Charybdis, (2020) Open Economies Review, 31, 219-236
Elliott, M., Goyal, S. and Teytelboym, A. Networks and Economic Policy, (2019) Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 35(4), 565–585

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Cambridge-INET Working Papers

Leung, B. T. K. Learning in a Small/Big World, (2020) WP2039
Iyer, S. Religion and Discrimination: A Review Essay of Persecution and Toleration: The Long Road to Religious Freedom, (2020) WP2038
Toxvaerd, F. and Rowthorn, R. On the Management of Population Immunity, (2020) WP2037
Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. Furloughing, (2020) WP2036
Brotherhood, L., Cavalcanti, T., Da Mata, D. and Santos, C. Slums and Pandemics, (2020) WP2035
Ambrus, A. and Elliott, M. Investments in Social Ties, Risk Sharing and Inequality, (2020) WP2033
Elliott, M. and Talamàs, E. No Holdup in Dynamic Markets, (2020) WP2032
Chen, J., Elliott, M. and Koh, A. Capability Accumulation and Conglomeratization in the Information Age, (2020) WP2031
Elliott, M., Georg, C-P. and Hazell, J. Systemic Risk-Shifting in Financial Networks, (2020) WP2030
Geraci, M. V., Gnabo, J-Y. and Veredas, D. Common Short Selling and Excess Comovement, (2020) WP2034
Choi, S., Goyal, G. and Moisan, F. Large Scale Experiments on Networks: A New Platform with Applications, (2020) WP2029
Milsom, L., Pazitka, V., Roland, I. and Wójcik, D. Gravity in International Finance: Evidence From Fees on Equity Transactions, (2020) WP2028
Spatareanu, M., Manole, V., Kabiri, A. and Roland, I. Bank Default Risk Propagation along Supply Chains: Evidence from the U.K., (2020) WP2027
De Mel, S., Munshi, K., Reiche, S. and Sabourian, H. Herding in Quality Assessment: An Application to Organ Transplantation, (2020) WP2026
Darmouni, O., Giesecke, O. and Rodnyansky, R. The Bond Lending Channel of Monetary Policy, (2020) WP2025

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Related Tags:

Networks

Financial Markets

Economy

Economic Exchange

Econometric Analysis

Transmission Mechanisms