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The Master And The Prodigy 

There is little doubt that John Maynard Keynes fundamentally shaped economics and policymaking in the twentieth century. Less appreciated is that he owes some of his central insights to a brilliant Cambridge polymath who died in 1930 at age 26. Want to know more? Read Dr. Bill Janeway’s essay.

Published on - Wednesday 30th September 2020

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Appointed to Board of Economists, São Paulo 

We are pleased to announce that Dr Tiago Cavalcanti has been appointed to join the Board of Economics of the State of São Paulo in Brazil. The group will provide external expert economic analysis, current and future financial outlooks, and advice to the governor of São Paulo and state secretaries. Read More>>

Published on - Wednesday 16th September 2020

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Economic Analysis

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Hopes for Economics in the 2020s – British Academy Blog 

The British Academy blog has published an essay by nine Fellows of the Academy on how the humanities and social sciences could shape the 2020s. Professor Sheilagh Ogilvie writes of her hopes for economics and economic history.

Published on - Wednesday 29th January 2020

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Economics

Economic History

Women in Economics



Advances in the Economics of Religion 

Dr. Sriya Iyer's co-edited volume "Advances in the Economics of Religion" is the featured publication on the International Economic Association (IEA) home page. This book is the outcome of the IEA Roundtable on The Economics of Religion which was hosted at St Catharine's College, Cambridge in 2017 and co-sponsored by Cambridge-INET.

Published on - Monday 29th July 2019

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Religion

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Advances in the Economics of Religion 

Dr. Sriya Iyer is the co-editor (with Jean-Paul Carvalho and Jared Rubin) of a new volume title "Advances in the Economics of Religion". This new book is the outcome of the International Economic Association Roundtable on The Economics of Religion which was hosted at St Catharine's College, Cambridge in 2017.

Published on - Wednesday 10th July 2019

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Economics

Religion

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RES 2020 Conference - Call for Papers 

The Royal Economic Society's 2020 Annual Conference will be hosted by Queen's University Belfast on 6-8 April 2020. Submissions of papers are invited for the General Sessions. The closing date for submitting papers is Monday 30th September 2019.

Published on - Wednesday 10th July 2019

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Economics

Econometrics



Summer School in Social Economics 

The Cambridge-INET institute in collaboration with Human Capital and Economic Opportunity Global Working Group (HCEO) will hold its 2014 Summer School at the University of Cambridge from June 16-June 20, 2014. The theme of the Summer School is Social Economics.

Event Date - Monday 16th June 2014 - Friday 20th June 2014

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Social

Economics

Social Economics




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