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Are COVID-19 Lockdowns Distorting Inflation? 

Professor Vasco Carvalho's research on the “real time evolution” of economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic has been featured in The Economist. His research has also appeared in the University of Cambridge Research News, the El Pais Newspaper and a number of other Spanish media outlets, Read More>>

Published on - Friday 24th April 2020

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Financial Data

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COVID Economics Alumni Webinar Series 

Cambridge-INET and Dr. Meredith Crowley are hosting a series of public lectures for Cambridge Alumni. The first of these webinars "Mitigating Macroeconomic Meltdown", will take place on Friday 15th May 2020, at 1.00pm and feature talks by Professor Vasco Carvalho and Professor Giancarlo Corsetti. Please see the Cambridge-INET COVID Economics Alumni webinar series webpage for details.

Event Date - Friday 15th May 2020

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Social Distancing



The COVID-19 Crisis Through the Lens of 1.4 Billion Transactions 

Professor Vasco Carvalho working with economists at University of Edinburgh, Imperial College and at the Spanish bank BBVA, one of the largest financial institutions in the world, studies the “real time evolution” of economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More>>

Published on - Wednesday 15th April 2020

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COVID-19

Financial Data

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J M Keynes Fellowship Fund Lectures 

Professor Oliver Linton will give a talk on "Some Empirical Methods for High Frequency Financial Data" as part of the J M Keynes Fellowships Fund Lectures 2020. The event will take place on Tuesday 25th February 2020, between 5:30-6:30pm, in the McGrath Centre, St Catharine’s College, Cambridge and will also feature Professor Eilís Ferran discussing "European Financial Market Infrastructure: Ownership, Governance and Regulation".

Event Date - Tuesday 25th February 2020

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Empirical

Keynes

Financial Data

Methods




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