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COVID-19 Economic Research Website

Led by Cambridge-INET, this site looks at the economic implications of COVID-19, through Special Features, Research Papers, Videos, Podcasts, Media mentions and Blogs. 

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The Effect of Trade Deals on UK Farming and Food Prices

Dr Meredith Crowley was interviewed for BBC1's Countryfile, where she talked about how future trade deals could affect UK farming and food prices.

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A Unified Framework for Specification Tests of Continuous Treatment Effect Models - Working Paper

In Oliver Linton’s new Working Paper, with Z. Zhang and W. Huang, a general framework for the specification testing of continuous treatment effect models is proposed.

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Latest Videos


COVID-19 Research Videos

The Cambridge-INET led, COVID-19 Economic Research website has an extensive collection of videos by Cambridge Academics discussing their research into the pandemic and it's economics effects.

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Parenting Types - Working Paper

In their new Cambridge-INET working paper, Christopher Rauh and Laëtitia Renée use machine learning to discover parenting types using panel data, and find systematic and persistent differences between “active” and “laissez-faire” parents.

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Job Market Candidates 2020 - 2021

Cambridge-INET Postdoctoral Research Fellows, Dr Benson Tsz Kin Leung, Dr Merrick Li and PhD Student, Keith Jin Deng Chan are this year's Job Market Candidates. See their details on our dedicated Job Market page.

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Probabilistic Choice Models - Working Paper

Dr Sriya Iyer, Dr. C. Velu and Dr. J.R. Gair examine a number of probabilistic choice models in which people might form their beliefs to play their strategies in a game theoretic setting in order to propose alternative equilibrium concepts to the Nash equilibrium.

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INET Economics Articles

A Big Fiscal Push is Urgent, The Risk of Overheating Is Small
Published on - Tuesday 2nd March 2021

The Erroneous Foundations of Law and Economics
Published on - Thursday 25th February 2021

Housing and the American Dream: Is A House Still a Home?
Published on - Tuesday 23rd February 2021

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