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CEP Discussion Paper
The Comparative Advantage of Firms
Johannes Boehm, Swati Dhingra and John Morrow
April 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1614:
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Tags: multiproduct firms; firm capabilities; vertical input linkages; comparative advantage; economies of scope; size-based policies
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A Tale of Comprehensive Labor Market Reforms: Evidence from the Italian Jobs Act
Tito Boeri and Pietro Garibaldi
April 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1613:
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Tags: labor mobility; jobs act
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CEP Discussion Paper
Does Evaluation Distort Teacher Effort and Decisions? Quasi-experimental Evidence from a Policy of Retesting Students
Esteban Aucejo, Teresa Romano and Eric S. Taylor April 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1612:
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CEP Discussion Paper
Affordability, Financial Innovation and the Start of the Housing Boom
Jane K. Dokko, Benjamin J. Keys and Lindsay E. Relihan
March 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1611:
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Tags: housing policy; mortgage loans; subprime mortgage
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CEP Discussion Paper
Geography, Competition and Optimal Multilateral Trade Policy
Antonella Nocco, Gianmarco I. P. Ottaviano and Matteo Salto
March 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1610:
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Tags: international trade policy; monopolistic competition; firm heterogeneity; pricing to market; multilateralism
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CEP Discussion Paper
Childhood Circumstances and Young Adulthood Outcomes: The Role of Mothers' Financial Problems
Marta Barazzetta, Andrew E. Clark and Conchita D'Ambrosio March 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1609:
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Tags: income; financial problems; child outcomes; subjective well-being; behaviour; education; alspac
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
Economic Performance since the EU Referendum
Josh De Lyon and Swati Dhingra
March 2019
Paper No' CEPBREXIT14:
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Tags: brexit; #cepbrexit; productivity; growth; fdi
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CEP Discussion Paper
The Urban Wage Premium in Imperfect Labour Markets
Boris Hirsch, Elke J. Jahn, Alan Manning and Michael Oberfichtner
March 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1608:
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Tags: urban wage premium; imperfect labour markets; monopsony; search frictions
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CEP Discussion Paper
Innovative Events
Max Nathan and Anna Rosso
March 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1607:
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Tags: innovation; productivity; ict; data science
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CEP Discussion Paper
Missing Trade in Tasks: Employer Outsourcing in the Gig Economy
Christopher T. Stanton and Catherine Thomas
March 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1606:
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Tags: gig economy; outsourcing; hiring

New research findings from the CEP.

CentrePiece magazine features new research from the CEP. CentrePiece

In the latest issue (Spring 2019):

  • Europe's transformation after Gutenberg: the impact of new media and competition
    Jeremiah Dittmar explores the effects of the printing press and the new forms of competition that accompanied its introduction

  • When innovation policy trumped protectionism: the Reagan years
    Giammario Impullitti and colleagues show that it was the Reagan administration's innovation policy - not a retreat from globalisation - that promoted US growth

  • In brief… What the Berlin Wall can teach us about urban development
    Award-winning CEP research considers what can be learned from the division and reunification of Berlin

  • Trade and growth in the Iron Age
    Stephan Maurer and colleagues investigate the growth effects of one of the first trade expansions in history: the crossing of the Mediterranean by the Phoenicians

  • The making of the modern metropolis: evidence from London
    Stephen Redding and colleagues examine how the introduction of steam railways shaped the emerging metropolitan area of London

  • Measuring the economic costs of discrimination: insights from Nazi Germany
    Kilian Huber and colleagues analyse the effects of the Nazis' purge of Jewish managers from German firms

  • Sustainable growth in the UK
    Anna Valero and colleagues urge the UK government to put action on climate change and sustainability at the heart of its growth strategy
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