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CEP Discussion Paper
Wage Flexibility and Employment Fluctuations: Evidence from the Housing Sector
Jörn-Steffen Pischke
July 2016
Paper No' CEPDP1440:
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Tags: wage setting; wage rigidity; commissions; real estate agents; architects; construction workers
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SERC/Urban Programme Discussion Paper
The Geography of City Liveliness and Land Use Configurations: Evidence from Location-Based Big Data in Beijing
Chengyu Li, Mark Wang, Jianghao Wang and Wenjie Wu July 2016
Paper No' SERCDP0201:
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Tags: big data; gtwr; local linear estimator; city liveliness; land use; china
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CEP Discussion Paper
CEO Pay and the Rise of Relative Performance Contracts: A Question of Governance
Brian Bell and John Van Reenen
July 2016
Paper No' CEPDP1439:
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Tags: ceo; pay; incentives; equity plans
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CVER Research Paper
Post-Compulsory Education in England: Choices and Implications
Claudia Hupkau, Sandra McNally, Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela and Guglielmo Ventura July 2016
Paper No' CVERDP001:
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Tags: vocational education; apprenticeships; progression routes
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CEP Discussion Paper
Powering Education
Fadi Hassan and Paolo Lucchino
July 2016
Paper No' CEPDP1438:
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Tags: randomised controlled trial; solar lamps; education; energy access; spillover effects; randomised saturation design
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CEP Discussion Paper
Local and Sectoral Import Spillovers in Sweden
Evangelia Leda Pateli
June 2016
Paper No' CEPDP1437:
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Tags: importers; spillovers
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CEP Discussion Paper
Without My medal on My Mind: Counterfactual Thinking and Other Determinants of Athlete Emotions
Paul Dolan, Chloe Foy, Georgios Kavetsos and Laura Kudrna June 2016
Paper No' CEPDP1436:
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Tags: counterfactual thinking; close calls; relative status; happiness; olympic games
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
BREXIT 2016: Policy Analysis from the Centre for Economic Performance
Holger Breinlich, Swati Dhingra, Saul Estrin, Hanwei Huang, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson, John Van Reenen and Jonathan Wadsworth June 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT08:
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Tags: brexit; eu referendum; uk economy; uk politics; trade; foreign investment; growth; productivity; immigration; wages; labour
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CEP Discussion Paper
Production Networks, Geography and Firm Performance
Andrew B. Bernard, Andreas Moxnes and Yukiko U. Saito
June 2016
Paper No' CEPDP1435:
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Tags: production networks; trade; productivity; infrastructure
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CentrePiece Article
Brexit: the final assessment
John Van Reenen
June 2016
Paper No' CEPCP477:
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Tags: eu referendum; uk economy; uk politics; brexit
calendar
Friday  29 July 2016  10:00 - 17:30
Note change in Time


OECD / CEP / CEPREMAP Conference: Wellbeing over the life-course

Various Speakers 

32L 1.04, 1st Floor Conference Room, LSE, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PH


Please note new venue


CEP Special Events
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Thursday 21 July 2016

i News: What people get wrong when talking about post-Brexit economics

Britain's decision to leave the European Union (EU) has prompted international conversation about the economic implications. But widespread interest doesn't mean widespread expertise. Economists tell i about some of the common post-Brexit misconceptions they've heard in the wake of the vote. ... Dr Thomas Sampson, an economics lecturer at the Centre for Economic Performance (LSE) agrees. ''There is no reason to believe you can have access to the single market while restricting migration,'' Dr Sampson tells i.

This article was published online by i News on July 21, 2016
Link to article here

Related publications
See the whole series of CEP Brexit Analysis papers here

Related links
Thomas Sampson webpage
Trade Programme webpage