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CEP Discussion Paper
Aggregation and the Gravity Equation
Stephen J. Redding and David E. Weinstein
January 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1595:
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Tags: gravity equation; trade; aggregation
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CEP Discussion Paper
Skill Biased Management: Evidence from Manufacturing Firms
Andy Feng and Anna Valero
January 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1594:
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Tags: management practices; human capital; universities; complementarities
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CEP Discussion Paper
Globalization and State Capitalism: Assessing Vietnam's Accession to the WTO
Leonardo Baccini, Giammario Impullitti and Edmund J. Malesky January 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1593:
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Tags: state-owned enterprises; state capitalism; heterogeneous firms; gains from trade; wto; vietnam
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CEP Discussion Paper
The Origins of Firm Heterogeneity: A Production Network Approach
Andrew B. Bernard, Emmanuel Dhyne, Glenn Magerman, Kalina Manova and Andreas Moxnes January 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1592:
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Tags: production networks; productivity; firm size heterogeneity
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CEP Discussion Paper
The Changing Geography of Intergenerational Mobility
Brian Bell, Jack Blundell and Stephen Machin
December 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1591:
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Monetary Policy, Product Market Competition and Growth
Phillipe Aghion, Emmanuel Farhi and Enisse Kharroubi
December 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1590:
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Tags: growth; financial conditions; firm leverage; competition
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CEP Discussion Paper
Innovation and Trade Policy in a Globalized World
Ufuk Akcigit, Sina T. Ates and Giammario Impullitti
December 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1589:
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Tags: economic growth; short- and long-run gains from globalization; foreign technological catching-up; innovation policy; trade policy; competition
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CEP Discussion Paper
The Inverted-U Relationship between Credit Access and Productivity Growth
Philippe Aghion, Antonin Bergeaud, Gilbert Cette, Rémy Lecat and Hélène Maghin December 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1588:
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Tags: inverted-u relationship; credit; eurosystem
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CEP Discussion Paper
Technology, Market Structure and the Gains from Trade
Giammario Impullitti, Omar Licandro and Pontus Rendahl
December 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1587:
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Tags: gains from trade; heterogeneous firms; oligopoly; innovation; endogenous markups; endogenous market structure
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CEP Discussion Paper
The Effect of the Brexit Referendum Result on Subjective Well-being
Georgios Kavetsos, Ichiro Kawachi, Ilias Kyriopoulos and Sotiris Vandoros December 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1586:
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Tags: subjective well-being; happiness; brexit; referendum; election

Thursday  24 January 2019  13:00 - 14:15

To work or not to work? Pay inequality, unhappiness, and motivation

Jan-Emmanuel De Neve (Oxford and CEP) , joint with Filip Gesiarz (UCL)

32L 2.04, 2nd Floor Conference Room, LSE, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PH


Wellbeing Seminar Series
Friday  01 February 2019  13:00 - 14:30

Gravity, Counterparties, and Foreign Investment

Tarun Ramadorai (Imperial)

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32L 2.04, 2nd Floor Conference Room, LSE, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PH


CEP/Geography Urban and Regional Economics Seminars
Monday 03 December 2018

LSE Business Review (Blog): Capitalising on technological change and the low-carbon transition in the UK

As the UK has sought to redefine its relationship with the EU and the rest of the world, a renewed focus on sustainable growth becomes more urgent, write James Rydge, Ralf Martin and Anna Valero.

Related Links:

LSE Business Review (Blog) - Capitalising on technological change and the low-carbon transition in the UK

CEP Growth

CEP Urban and Spatial Programme

Ralf Martin webpage

Anna Valero webpage

Saturday 01 December 2018

The Telegraph (India) Online: Global economy: not alarming but worrying

"We see a lost generation," said Swati Dhingra, an economist at the London School of Economics. "There was already wage stagnation and productivity stagnation. The trade war has exacerbated all of that."

Related Links:

The Telegraph (India) Online - Global economy: not alarming but worrying

CEP Trade

Swati Dhingra webpage