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CEP Discussion Paper
Does Homeownership Reduce Crime? A Radical Housing Reform in Britain
Richard Disney, John Gathergood, Stephen Machin and Matteo Sandi March 2020
Paper No' CEPDP1685:
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Tags: crime; homeownership; public housing
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CEP Discussion Paper
Environmental Preferences and Technological Choices: Is Market Competition Clean or Dirty?
Phillipe Aghion, Roland Bénabou, Ralf Martin and Alexandra Roulet March 2020
Paper No' CEPDP1684:
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Tags: environment; product market competition; innovation
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CEP Discussion Paper
Labor Demand in the Past, Present and Future
Georg Graetz
March 2020
Paper No' CEPDP1683:
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Tags: automation; labor demand; labor share; technology; wages
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CEP Discussion Paper
Rising Protectionism and Global Value Chains: Quantifying the General Equilibrium Effects
Rita Cappariello, Sebastian Franco-Bedoya, Vanessa Gunnella and Gianmarco Ottaviano March 2020
Paper No' CEPDP1682:
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Tags: trade model; supply chains; trade policy shocks; brexit
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CEP Discussion Paper
On the Economic Impacts of Mortgage Credit Expansion Policies: Evidence from Help to Buy
Felipe Carozzi, Christian Hilber and Xiaolun Yu March 2020
Paper No' CEPDP1681:
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Tags: help to buy; house prices; construction; housing supply; land use regulation
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CEP Discussion Paper
Machiavelli Versus Concave Utility Functions: Should Bads Be Spread Out Or Concentrated?
Paul Frijters, Christian Krekel and Aydogan Ulker March 2020
Paper No' CEPDP1680:
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Tags: wellbeing; mental health; life events; non-linearities; hedonic adaptation; welfare analysis
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CentrePiece Article
In brief...Pupil exclusion in academy schools
Stephen Machin and Matteo Sandi
March 2020
Paper No' CEPCP575:
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Tags: academies; discipline; exclusion
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TV superstars: how a new technology disrupted the entertainment industry
Felix Koenig
March 2020
Paper No' CEPCP574:
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Tags: superstar effect; inequality; top incomes; technical change
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In brief...Mismatched students and universities
Gill Wyness
March 2020
Paper No' CEPCP573:
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Tags: higher education; educational economics; college choice; mismatch; undermatch
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The cost of being young: measuring intergenerational consumer prices
Rahat Siddique
March 2020
Paper No' CEPCP572:
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Tags: real wages; intergenerational consumer prices; consumer price index; cpi

Due to the current coronavirus outbreak, many of our seminars and workshops this term are cancelled. When possible these will be replaced by online seminars. Please check our website and Twitter feed for updates.

Wednesday  22 April 2020  14:00 - 15:30

Title TBC

Miguel Espinosa (STICERD, LSE)

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


CVER Seminar


External/Non-LSE visitors are required to register for this event by emailing cver@lse.ac.uk
Monday  11 May 2020  18:00 - 20:00

CEP Annual Conference

Various Speakers 

Off Campus ,


CEP Public Events
Wednesday 01 April 2020

CEP NEWS: Philippe Aghion and Peter Howitt win the BBVA Foundation's 12th Frontiers of Knowledge Award

Congratulations to Professor Philippe Aghion, an associate of the Centre for Economic Performance, who has been recognised for his "fundamental contribution to the study of innovation, technical change and competition policy" along with long-term collaborator Professor Peter Howitt, of Brown University, USA.

The BBVA Foundation has given it's 12th Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Economics, Finance and Management to Professor Aghion and Professor Howitt jointly, for their work in "developing an economic growth theory based on the innovation that emerges from the process of creative destruction."

The committee said the two economists "have revived, developed in the framework of modern economic theory and validated empirically Schumpeter’s idea that productivity growth at the macroeconomic level stems from a process of creative destruction."

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CEP NEWS - Philippe Aghion and Peter Howitt win the BBVA Foundation's 12th Frontiers of Knowledge Award

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Philippe Aghion webpage

Wednesday 18 March 2020

CEP NEWS: UPDATE ON SEMINARS AND EVENTS

Due to the current coronavirus outbreak, many of our seminars and workshops this term are cancelled.

When possible these will be replaced by online seminars.

Please check our website and Twitter feed for updates.

For further information please visit LSE's dedicated page on Coronavirus FAQs.

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