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CEP Discussion Paper
Aggregating from Micro to Macro Patterns of Trade
Stephen J. Redding and David E. Weinstein
November 2017
Paper No' CEPDP1513:
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Tags: comparative advantage; trade; prices; quality; variety
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CEP Discussion Paper
Early-Life Correlates of Later-Life Well-Being: Evidence from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study
Andrew E. Clark and Tom Lee
November 2017
Paper No' CEPDP1512:
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Tags: life-course; well-being; eudaimonia; health; happiness
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CEP Discussion Paper
Gender and Promotions: Evidence from Academic Economists in France
Clément Bosquet, Pierre-Philippe Combes and Cecilia García-Peñalosa November 2017
Paper No' CEPDP1511:
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Tags: gender gaps; promotions; academic labour markets
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CEP Discussion Paper
The Interconnections between Services and Goods Trade at the Firm-Level
Andrea Ariu, Holger Breinlich, Gregory Corocs and Giordano Mion November 2017
Paper No' CEPDP1510:
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Tags: trade in services; trade in goods; complementarity; firm-level analysis; discrete choice models
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CEP Discussion Paper
Product Diversification in Indian Manufacturing
Johannes Boehm, Swati Dhingra and John Morrow
November 2017
Paper No' CEPDP1509:
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Tags: multiproduct firms; product adoption; product diversity
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SERC/Urban and Spatial Programme Discussion Paper
Colonial Legacies: Shaping African Cities
Neeraj Baruah, J. Vernon Henderson and Cong Peng
November 2017
Paper No' SERCDP0226:
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Tags: colonialism; persistence; africa; sprawl; urban form; urban planning; leapfrog
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CEP Discussion Paper
Structural Adjustments and International Trade: Theory and Evidence from China
Hanwei Huang, Jiandong Ju and Vivian Z. Yue
November 2017
Paper No' CEPDP1508:
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Tags: structural adjustments; comparative advantage; heterogeneous firm
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CentrePiece Article
The labour market impact of refugee waves
Michael A. Clemens and Jennifer Hunt
October 2017
Paper No' CEPCP519:
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Tags: refugees; immigration; instrumental variables
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CentrePiece Article
In brief ... Brexit: the impact on prices
Josh De Lyon, Swati Dhingra and Stephen Machin
October 2017
Paper No' CEPCP518:
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Tags: brexit; food prices; wages
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CentrePiece Article
Happiness at work
Jan-Emmanuel De Neve and George Ward
October 2017
Paper No' CEPCP517:
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Tags: subjective wellbeing; employment; job type; job characteristics

New research findings from the CEP

CentrePiece magazine features new research from the CEP. CentrePiece

In the latest issue (Autumn 2017):

  • THE GROWING INEQUALITY BETWEEN FIRMS
    Giuseppe Berlingieri and colleagues analyse data on the dispersion of wages and productivity in OECD countries
  • HOW THE RISE OF THE SERVICE ECONOMY NARROWED THE GENDER GAP
    Structural transformation gives women a comparative advantage, according to Rachel Ngai and Barbara Petrongolo
  • INDUSTRY IN BRITAIN: AN ATLAS
    Sandra Bernick and colleagues map the geography of UK firms, employment, productivity and innovation
  • DARK WEB: THE ECONOMICS OF ONLINE DRUGS MARKETS Stephen Machin and colleagues explore online platforms for buying and selling drugs
  • WHERE TOP SCIENCE GETS DONE
    Christian Helmers and Henry Overman examine the impact of the Diamond Light Source synchrotron on scientific output
  • STAMP DUTY, MOBILITY AND THE UK HOUSING CRISIS
    Christian Hilber and Teemu Lyytikäinen explain the value of replacing stamp duty with better-designed local taxes
  • HAPPINESS AT WORK
    Jan-Emmanuel De Neve and George Ward summarise evidence on which elements of our working lives drive our wellbeing
  • BREXIT: THE IMPACT ON PRICES
    Josh De Lyon and colleagues look at UK price inflation before and after the referendum
  • THE LABOUR MARKET IMPACT OF REFUGEE WAVES
    Michael Clemens and Jennifer Hunt confirm that immigration has few harmful effects on the wages and employment of native workers
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