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COVID-19 Economic Research Website

Led by Cambridge-INET, this site looks at the economic implications of COVID-19, through Special Features, Research Papers, Videos, Podcasts, Media mentions and Blogs. 

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The Unequal Effects of COVID-19 on Economists' Research Productivity

Zeina Hasna (C-INET Student Scholarship), with Noriko Amano-Patiño, Elisa Faraglia, Chryssi Giannitsarou have published a Cambridge-INET working paper that looks at why women researchers are struggling to capitalise on COVID-19 related research.

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A Unified Framework for Specification Tests of Continuous Treatment Effect Models - Working Paper

In Oliver Linton’s new Working Paper, with Z. Zhang and W. Huang, a general framework for the specification testing of continuous treatment effect models is proposed.

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COVID-19 Research Videos

The Cambridge-INET led, COVID-19 Economic Research website has an extensive collection of videos by Cambridge Academics discussing their research into the pandemic and it's economics effects.

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Does Voluntary or Mandated Distancing have more Economic Impact?

New research by Giancarlo Corsetti questions the assumption that voluntary social distancing has less economic impact than mandated social distancing in the current pandemic.

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Job Market Candidates 2020 - 2021

Cambridge-INET Postdoctoral Research Fellows, Dr Benson Tsz Kin Leung, Dr Merrick Li and PhD Student, Keith Jin Deng Chan are this year's Job Market Candidates. See their details on our dedicated Job Market page.

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Probabilistic Choice Models - Working Paper

Dr Sriya Iyer, Dr. C. Velu and Dr. J.R. Gair examine a number of probabilistic choice models in which people might form their beliefs to play their strategies in a game theoretic setting in order to propose alternative equilibrium concepts to the Nash equilibrium.

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INET Economics Articles


Stock Buybacks Stand in the Way of Biden’s Infrastructure Plan
Published on - Wednesday 7th April 2021


Wikipedia’s Deep Ties to Big Tech
Published on - Monday 5th April 2021


Chicago School Economists Got it Wrong. Strong Antitrust Policy Boosts the Economy.
Published on - Monday 29th March 2021


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