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Bennett Institute for Public Policy 6h
Hear 4 senior academics from draw on their experience of advising & being consulted by policy-makers, & reflect on some of the lessons, debates & controversies associated with governmental responses to in our webinar, 10 November:
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Diversifying and Decolonising Economics Sep 20
If you are looking to diversify your reading list beyond narrow perspectives or white male authors, D-Econ's fall 2020 list in now published. We present a wider selection of books to ensure diversity in terms of topic, perspective, and author's identity.
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Oxford Economics Sep 18
While traditional Bayesian algorithms are powerful enough to allow for estimation of very complex problems, they are not able to cope computationally with the demands of rapidly increasing economic data sets. Learn more:
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Rebuilding Macroeconomics Sep 18
New working paper by & Jakob Hafele on: Emergence of Core-Periphery Structures in the European Union: A Complexity Perspective
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ESCoE Sep 18
We're into the last few hours of the ESCoE Conference on Economic Measurement 2020. Join ESCoE Director who's chairing panel session 3 'Economic Statistics in the Time of COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities' at 3.30pm (1/2)
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Beatrice Cherrier Sep 15
"what I have tried to live is the idea that you build up credibility to burn it down when you need to.I’ll take this one for the team because I can. I don’t mind rocking the boat—I’m not trying to destroy economics. I love it" Sahm rules
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ESCoE Sep 17
Good morning & welcome to day 2 of the ESCoE Conference on Economic Measurement 2020. We'll be getting underway at 10.30am with Panel Session II ‘Peaks, Hills & Valleys- The Public Good from a Better Understanding of the Nature of British Regional Economies?’ (1/3)
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NIESR Sep 17
Day 2 of Conference will begin shortly - Don't forget to log in and watch James Mitchell presenting work with Ana Galvao and our on 'Communicating Uncertainty: Experimental Evidence for U.K. '
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Angus Armstrong Sep 16
A fascinating account of how and who we econs tweet
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Rebuilding Macroeconomics Sep 16
New blog by : Despondency trap: Never seeing radical reform many activists lower their ambitions. This creates a negative feedback loop, in which the dearth of radical reform becomes self-fulfilling. Climate breakdown continues
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ONS Focus Sep 16
Take part in the first day of 's virtual conference on economic measurement using the link below. Our own will discuss lessons from the pandemic at 12pm today. Other speakers include 's Anil Arora, and .
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ESCoE Sep 16
Anna Vignoles () is currently delivering our first keynote, ‘The Potential of Linked Administrative Data to Inform Government Policy and Improve Public Services’.
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Hector Pollitt Sep 16
If you believe that innovation occurs through social interaction, then a long-term effect of covid-19 will be reduced innovation. Others may disagree but I'm not convinced Zoom etc substitute. The shape of these estimated curves suggests large impacts.
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Marina Della Giusta Sep 16
🎺Finally out! 🎺with Sylvia Jaworska and “Expert communication on Twitter: Comparing economists and scientists’ social networks, topics and communicative styles” at
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Nabila Hussain Sep 15
Disaggregated fine grain data is necessary. No longer sufficient to have aggregated data. Fine grain big data is required for complex interlinked issues, such as COVID-19 and climate change. and of
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Nabila Hussain Sep 15
Navigating economic data should be as easy as using , but first the data must be publicly available. and of
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Nabila Hussain Sep 15
We are facing a perceived conflict between confidentiality and data gathering. Proposed regulatory reform: • Harmonised data disclosure standards • Infrastructure for data sharing and storage and , of
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Nabila Hussain Sep 15
is the colour palette with which we paint the picture of our economies. The main colour we are using is . and of
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Claire Connelly Sep 15
Thank you for sharing this out, Nabila. The full video is available here, for anyone interested in learning more about our data research project: .
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Global Solutions Initiative Sep 15
Click below to read the Narrative Report, which unites high-level international experts calling for a coherent approach to measuring economic and social progress. Signatory summarizes the necessity for such a .
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