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Economics News | Published on Wednesday, 12 June, 2024

On a sunny morning in the Stone Room on the top floor of the Faculty, Melvyn and I took the opportunity to have a cup of tea, and take a step back from AI developments and look at the state of machine learning.

Economics News | Published on Tuesday, 11 June, 2024

The University of Cambridge Academic Career Pathways scheme recognises and reward outstanding contributions and celebrate academic achievement through promotion and pay progression.

Keywords: ACPPromotions
Economics News | Published on Thursday, 30 May, 2024

The lecture on Monetary Policy Normalisation Beyond Inflation: Rationale, Challenges, and Options was a well attended event, attended by staff, students, and alumni. It was followed by a Q&A session, and a drinks reception in the library.

Economics News | Published on Monday, 15 April, 2024

Flavio Toxvaerd, a Professor of Economics and Public Policy, has been awarded the fellowship which demonstrates a commitment of staff to professionalism in learning and teaching in higher education.

Economics News | Published on Tuesday, 26 March, 2024

You can’t miss the headlines in every newspaper at the moment, about the dangers that the world is facing from conflict: depending on which way you swing a lens, there is conflict in Ukraine, the Middle East, the Red Sea, South China Sea, and nume

Keywords: ModelsConflict
Economics News | Published on Wednesday, 20 March, 2024

Professor Marshall achieved the rank of Second Wrangler in the 1865 Cambridge Mathematical Tripos, being a member of St John's College in Cambridge, where he was elected to a fellowship, before becoming a Professor of Political Economy at Cambridg

Economics News | Published on Friday, 1 March, 2024

The Dasgupta Review is an independent, global review on the Economics of Biodiversity led by Professor Dasgupta, commissioned by the UK Treasury in 2019.

Economics News | Published on Tuesday, 30 January, 2024

People of religious faith may have experienced lower levels of unhappiness and stress than secular people during the UK’s Covid-19 lockdowns in 2020 and 2021, according to a new University of Cambridge study released today as a working paper.

Economics News | Published on Monday, 29 January, 2024

Part 2B student James Legrand (Jesus College) said “I am delighted to win this award; it is very satisfying for my research to be recognised in this way.

Economics News | Published on Monday, 15 January, 2024

Funded by the Templeton Religion Trust, the Social Consequences of Religion (SCORE) Initiative will delve into the profound impact of religious beliefs, behaviours, and institutions on economic development.

Economics News | Published on Thursday, 4 January, 2024

He was an overseas fellow between 1983-84 at Churchill College, and gave the Marshall Lecture in 1984, when he demonstrated his theory for drivers of economic growth.