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CEP Discussion Paper
Market Potential and Global Growth over the Long Twentieth Century
David S. Jacks and Dennis Novy
July 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1560:
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Tags: economic geography; market potential; structural gravity; trade costs
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CEP Discussion Paper
Diffusion of Social Values Through the Lens of US Newspapers
Alan Manning and Paolo Masella
July 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1559:
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Tags: social attitudes; gay marriage
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CEP Discussion Paper
Of Mice and Merchants: Trade and Growth in the Iron Age
Jan David Bakker, Stephan Maurer, Jörn-Steffen Pischke and Ferdinand Rauch July 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1558:
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Tags: urbanization; locational fundamentals; trade
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CEP Discussion Paper
The Productivity-Wage Premium: Does Size Still Matter in a Service Economy?
Giuseppe Berlingieri, Sara Calligaris and Chiara Criscuolo July 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1557:
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Tags: productivity; size-premium; wages
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CEP Industrial Strategy Paper
Apprenticeships in England: what does research tell us?
Sandra McNally
July 2018
Paper No' CEPIS02:
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Tags: apprenticeship; labour market;
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CVER Briefing Note
Apprenticeships in England: what does research tell us?
Sandra McNally
July 2018
Paper No' CVERBRF008:
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Tags: apprenticeship; labour market;
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CEP Discussion Paper
The Economic Impacts of Constraining Home Investments
Christian A. L. Hilber and Olivier Schöni
July 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1556:
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Tags: second homes; wealth inequality; land use regulation; housing policy; house prices; unemployment
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CEP Discussion Paper
Financial Markets and the Allocation of Capital: The Role of Productivity
Filippo Di Mauro, Fadi Hassan and Gianmarco I. P. Ottaviano July 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1555:
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Tags: bank credit; capital allocation; productivity; credit constraints
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CentrePiece Article
Higher education funding reforms in England
Ghazala Azmat and Stefania Simion
July 2018
Paper No' CEPCP536:
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Tags: higher education; tuition fees; means-tested support; career choices; career outcomes
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CentrePiece Article
in brief...Multinationals and the customs union
Paola Conconi
July 2018
Paper No' CEPCP535:
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Tags: trade agreements; rules of origin; input-output linkages

New research findings from the CEP

CentrePiece magazine features new research from the CEP. CentrePiece

In the latest issue (Summer 2018):
  • The price of Brexit
    The UK hasnít left the European Union yet, but as Thomas Sampson shows, we can already detect how Brexit is affecting the economy
  • Care homes: effects of the National Living Wage
    Giulia Giupponi and Stephen Machin investigate the impact of higher minimum wages on a sector that employs large numbers of low-paid workers
  • Threats to scientific progress, past and present
    Alessandro Iaria, Carlo Schwarz and Fabian Waldinger look back at history to reveal the potential damage of placing restrictions on Chinese scientists in America
  • Metal crime: the impact of prices,policing and policy
    Tom Kirchmaier and colleagues trace the causes of the recent boom and bust in UK metal crime
  • Economic consequences of family policies
    Claudia Olivetti and Barbara Petrongolo summarise the labour market effects of parental leave, childcare support and flexible work arrangements in OECD countries
  • Costs of just failing high-stakes exams
    Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela and colleagues explore the consequences of just missing a grade C in the English language GCSE exam
  • Higher education funding reforms in England
    Ghazala Azmat and Stefania Simion assess the educational and labour market consequences of tuition fees and student loans
  • In brief...The bedroom tax
    Steve Gibbons and colleagues examine the impact of the cut in housing benefits for social tenants deemed to have a 'spare' bedroom
  • In brief...Multinationals and the customs union
    Paola Conconi explains why a customs union is key for multinationals to stay in the UK after Brexit
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