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CEP Discussion Paper
Global Banking: Risk Taking and Competition
Ester Faia and Gianmarco Ottaviano
March 2017
Paper No' CEPDP1471:
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Tags: global bank; oligopoly; oligopsony; endogenous risk taking; expectation of rents extraction; appetitefor leverage
CEP Discussion Paper
What Drives Differences in Management?
Nicholas Bloom, Erik Brynjolfsson, Lucia Foster, Ron Jarmin, Megha Patnaik, Itay Saporta-Eksten and John Van Reenen March 2017
Paper No' CEPDP1470:
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Tags: management; productivity; competition; learning
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The roles of nature and history in world development
Vernon Henderson, Tim Squires, Adam Storeygard and David Weil
March 2017
Paper No' CEPCP501:
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Tags: agriculture; physical geography; development
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Does teacher turnover affect young people's academic achievement?
Steve Gibbons, Vincenzo Scrutinio and Shqiponja Telhaj
March 2017
Paper No' CEPCP500:
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Tags: teacher turnover; student performance
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In brief... What can be done to help low-achieving teenagers?
Dominique Goux, Marc Gurgand and Eric Maurin
March 2017
Paper No' CEPCP499:
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Tags: education objectives; education choices
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Superstar houses and the American mortgage frenzy
Clement Bellet
March 2017
Paper No' CEPCP498:
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Tags: inequality; social preferences; subjective well-being; housing; household debt
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Origins of happiness
Andrew Clark, Sarah Flèche, Richard Layard, Nattavudh Powdthavee and George Ward
March 2017
Paper No' CEPCP497:
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Tags: happiness; wellbeing; government; mental health
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In brief... Is technology to blame for jobless recoveries?
Georg Graetz and Guy Michaels
March 2017
Paper No' CEPCP496:
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Tags: job polarization; jobless recoveries; routine-biased technological change; robots
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Liberation technology: mobile phones and political mobilisation in Africa
Marco Manacorda and Andrea Tesei
March 2017
Paper No' CEPCP495:
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Tags: protests; politics; africa; mobile phones
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Larrikin youth: can education cut crime?
Tony Beatton, Michael P. Kidd, Stephen Machin and Dipa Sarkar
March 2017
Paper No' CEPCP494:
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Tags: youth crime; schooling; australia; earning or learning

New research findings from the CEP

CentrePiece magazine features new research from the CEP. CentrePiece

In the latest issue (Spring 2017):

  • LARRIKIN YOUTH: CAN EDUCATION CUT CRIME?
    Stephen Machin and colleagues examine what happened to youth crime when Australia raised the minimum school leaving age
  • LIBERATION TECHNOLOGY: MOBILE PHONES AND POLITICAL MOBILISATION IN AFRICA
    Marco Manacorda and Andrea Tesei investigate the role of digital technologies as catalysts for political action
  • IS TECHNOLOGY TO BLAME FOR JOBLESS RECOVERIES?
    Georg Graetz and Guy Michaels compare patterns of employment growth as economies emerge from recession
  • ORIGINS OF HAPPINESS
    Richard Layard and colleagues discuss policies to reduce misery and promote wellbeing
  • SUPERSTAR HOUSES AND THE AMERICAN MORTGAGE FRENZY
    Clement Bellet shows how visible wealth inequality fuelled the US mortgage boom that preceded the financial crisis
  • WHAT CAN BE DONE TO HELP LOW-ACHIEVING TEENAGERS?
    Eric Maurin and colleagues look at low-cost interventions in deprived
  • DOES TEACHER TURNOVER AFFECT YOUNG PEOPLE'S ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT?
    Shqiponja Telhaj and colleagues analyse data from all state secondary schools in England
  • THE ROLES OF NATURE AND HISTORY IN WORLD DEVELOPMENT
    Vernon Henderson and colleagues explore fundamental determinants of the location of economic activity
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