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Recent Publications

Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity: An Analytical Framework

"Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity: An Analytical Framework"
Bilbiie, F. O.
Review of Economic Studies, forthcoming [2024]

Demand and Welfare Analysis in Discrete Choice Models with Social Interactions

"Demand and Welfare Analysis in Discrete Choice Models with Social Interactions"
Bhattacharya, D., Dupas, P. and Kanaya, S.
Review of Economic Studies [2023]

Learning by Choosing: Career Concerns with Observable Actions

"Learning by Choosing: Career Concerns with Observable Actions"
Ke, T. T., Li, C. and Safronov, M.
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics [2023]

When Is a Contrarian Adviser Optimal?

"When Is a Contrarian Adviser Optimal?"
Evans, R. A. and Reiche, S. K.
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics [2023]

Deciding When to Decide: Collective Deliberation and Obstruction

"Deciding When to Decide: Collective Deliberation and Obstruction"
Anesi, V. and Safronov, M.
International Economic Review [2023]

Media Mentions & Appearances

Professor Carvalho's research on how production networks amplify economic growth is cited in the Financial Times.

The post-war reconstruction of Ukraine will be very important.

A new column on VoxEU by the Faculty's Professor Sriya Iyer et al notes the potentially large welfare implications in a crisis between religion and

The Faculty's Assistant Professor of Economics Alexander Rodnyansky has discussed at the World Economic Forum the issue of whether Ukraine is still

Professor Chris Rauh has been interviewed by the video news channel Macro Hive, which provides global macroeconomic & financial market analysis


Cambridge Economics Alumni Webinar Series

In this webinar, Professor Tiago Cavalcanti outlined the importance of understanding the economic impact of climate change mitigation policies for adoption of such policies that reduce emissions and transition a country towards a low-carbon future. Then, Professor Chryssi Giannitsarou discussed the link between the rise in cross-country stock market correlations and the increase in foreign direct investments across the world.


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