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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.

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Published Papers

Li, Z. M., Laeven, R. J. A. and Vellekoop, M. H. Dependent Microstructure Noise and Integrated Volatility: Estimation from High-Frequency Data, (2019) Journal of Econometrics, accepted
Dasgupta, P. and Goyal, S. Narrow Identities, (2019) Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 175, 395-419
Carvalho, V. M. and Tahbaz-Salehi, A. Production Networks: A Primer, (2019) Annual Review of Economics, 11, 635-663
Chen, J., Li, D., & Linton, O. A new semiparameteric estimation approach for large dynamic covariance matrices with multiple conditioning variables, (2019) Journal of Econometrics
Belfield, C., Boneva, T., Rauh, C. and Shaw, J. What Drives Enrollment Gaps in Further Education? The Role of Beliefs in Sequential Schooling Decisions, (2019) Economica
Carvalho, V. M. and Grassi, B. Large Firm Dynamics and the Business Cycle, (2019) American Economic Review, 109, 1375-1425
Goyal, S., Heidari, H. and Kearns, M. Competitive Contagion in Networks, (2019) Games and Economic Behavior, 113, 58-79
Elliott, M. and Golub, B. A network approach to public goods, (2018) Journal of Political Economy, 127, 730-776
Crowley, M. A., Meng, N. and Song, H. Policy shocks and stock market returns: evidence from Chinese solar panels, (2019) Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 51, 148-169
Aidt, T.S., Chadha, J.S. and Sabourian, H. Breaking the Brexit impasse: Achieving a fair, legitimate and democratic outcome, (2019) National Institute Economic Review, 247(1), F4-F11
Gelauff, G., Ossokina, I., and Teulings, C. Spatial and welfare effects of automated driving: will cities grow, decline or both?, (2019) Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 121, 277-294
Block, J. I., Fudenberg, D. and Levine, D. K. Learning dynamics with social comparisons and limited memory, (2019) Theoretical Economics, 14(1), 135-172
Corsetti, G., Mavroeidi, E., Thwaites, G. and Wolf, M. Step away from the zero lower bound: small open economies in a world of secular stagnation, (2019) Journal of International Economics, 116, 88-102
Jarrett, U., Mohaddes, K. and Mohtadi, H. Oil price volatility, financial institutions and economic growth, (2019) Energy Policy, 131-144
Auld, T. and Linton, O. The Behaviour of Betting and Currency Markets on the Night of the EU Referendum, (2019) International Journal of Forecasting, 35, 371-389

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Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

Choi, S., Goyal, S. and Moisan, F. Brokerage, (2020) WP2002
Onatski, A. and Wang, C. Spurious Factor Analysis, (2020) WP2001
Chen, C. Y-H., Härdle, W. K. and Klochkov, Y. Influencers and Communities in Social Networks, (2019) WP1993
Lloyd, S. P. and Marin, E. A. Exchange Rate Risk and Business Cycles, (2019) WP1992
Couharde, C., Damette, O., Generoso, R., Mohaddes, K. The Growth Effects of El Niño and La Niña: Local Weather Conditions Matter, (2019) WP1921
Alcover, M. and Crowley, M. A. China -- Broiler Products: Can the sum of the parts be less than the whole?, (2019) WP1920
Ball, I. and Gao, X. Checking Cheap Talk, (2019) WP1919
Zhou, W., Gao, J., Harris, D. and Kew, H. Semiparametric Single-index Predictive Regression, (2019) WP1918
Ahmed, M. F. and Satchell, S. Emerging Markets and the Conditional CAPM, (2019) WP1917
Corsetti, G., Lafarguette, R. and Mehl, A. Fast Trading and the Virtue of Entropy: Evidence from the Foreign Exchange Market, (2019) WP1916
Casarico, A. and Lattanzio, S. What Firms Do: Gender Inequality in Linked Employer-Employee Data, (2019) WP1915
Kahn, M. E., Mohaddes, K., Ng, R. N. C., Pesaran, M. H., Raissi, M. and Yang, J-C. Long-Term Macroeconomic Effects of Climate Change: A Cross-Country Analysis, (2019) WP1913
Baumann, L. A Model of Weighted Network Formation, (2019) WP1914
Walsh, A. M. Games on Multi-Layer Networks, (2019) WP1912
Cardoso, F. M., Gracia-Lázaro, C., Moisan, F., Goyal, S., Sánchez, A. and Moreno, Y. Trading in Complex Networks, (2019) WP1911

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Economic Exchange

Econometric Analysis

Transmission Mechanisms