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VoxEU is a policy portal run by . It posts research based policy analysis from leading economists. Visit our development economics branch
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Party like it’s 1995: Resolving the WTO Appellate Body crisis
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VoxEU Aug 25
Immigration, fear, and public spending on security
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VoxEU Aug 24
Concentration, market power, and dynamism in the euro area
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VoxEU Aug 24
The fundamental drivers of cryptocurrency prices
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VoxEU Aug 23
Could a $15 minimum wage save lives?
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VoxEU Aug 23
Boston's No Excuses charter schools show the potential of scaling up successful models to address persistent gaps in the , Chris Walters
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Richard Baldwin Aug 22
_ Did REF2014 use a flawed research-excellence metric? • New evidence
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Romesh Vaitilingam Aug 23
European Parliament proposal that each parent have the right to two months of non-transferable or ‘earmarked’ paid leave after childbirth could reduce gender inequality in the labour market, evidence from on earmarked paternity leave
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VoxEU Aug 23
Important benefits to using new , including effective technology adoption, depend on workers’ abilities to transfer their to future Prasanna Tambe , Xuan Ye , Peter Cappelli
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VoxEU Aug 23
Evaluation of academic research: Peer review versus bibliometric algorithm
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VoxEU Aug 23
The has an epidemic of "deaths of despair". Michael Reich tells Tim Phillips that new research implies that a $15 minimum wage doesn't just cut poverty, it also saves lives. But is Congress listening?
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Romesh Vaitilingam Aug 23
The type of risk we most care about is long-term (what happens over years or decades) but we tend to manage that risk over short periods; the dissonance of risk is that we measure & manage what we don't care about & ignore what we do,
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CEPR Aug 22
CEPR Research Brief 22/08/2019: Recent Economic Research from CEPR & VoxEU - prices on the dark web; Spanish dominance of the Champions League; housing wealth effects & borrowing
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Romesh Vaitilingam Aug 22
study questions the value for money of the mechanism used to evaluate published UK academic research; using an algorithm instead of the more expensive peer reviews would have produced a very similar outcome, on
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VoxEU Aug 23
Intergenerational benefits of high-quality early childhood education for underprivileged children
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Romesh Vaitilingam Aug 22
The CEOs of US public companies have a significant preference for Republican politicians over Democrats, evidence
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VoxEU Aug 22
An accurate and integrated model for cross-country comparisons of house prices make the case for increased surveillance of the and its signals of imminent Jean-Charles Bricongne , Alessandro Turrini
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Romesh Vaitilingam Aug 22
US 'No Excuses' charter schools share a set of practices including high expectations, strict discipline, increased time in school, frequent teacher feedback, high-intensity tutoring & data-driven instruction; their success can be scaled up, evidence
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VoxEU Aug 22
What contributed to the collapse during the Global ? Using data, Hakan Yilmazkuday finds that retail inventories contributed the most to the collapse and the corresponding recovery
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Richard Baldwin Aug 21
_icymi The politics of corporate tax | | VOX, CEPR Policy Portal
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