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Latest News


Optimistic job applicants driven by pay, not WFH, post-pandemic - Christopher Rauh
Published on - Monday 23rd May 2022


Predicting Conflict - Sustainable Development Talks - Christopher Rauh
Published on - Monday 23rd May 2022


Cambridge’s Economics and Econometrics recognised in REF 2021 - Vasco Carvalho - Meredith Crowley - Oliver Linton - Giancarlo Corsetti
Published on - Thursday 12th May 2022


Weak links in supply chains are weaponised - Vasco Carvalho - Matthew Elliott
Published on - Tuesday 10th May 2022


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Third-Degree Price Discrimination in the Age of Big Data

'With the rise of big data, online platforms can asymmetrically release buyer data in order to induce sellers to engage in 3rd degree price discrimination. Doing so is especially profitable in markets with niche sellers.' Read the new JI working paper by G. Charlson.

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Vasco Carvalho Reflects on the Success of Cambridge-INET

The Cambridge-INET Institute was created in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis and advances innovative approaches in economics. Prof. Carvalho also explains it's transition to a new institute, thanks to a generous donation.

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Keynes Fund 19th Call for Projects

Cambridge-INET sponsor, The Keynes Fund have just issued a new Call for Projects. The deadline for project proposals is 30th September 2021.

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Latest Videos


 

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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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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Venture Capital Booms and Startup Financing

William Janeway has published a new working paper, with Ramana Nanda and Matthew Rhodes-Kropf, that investigates the relationship between venture capital booms and startup financing.

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Can Perceived Returns Explain Enrollment Gaps in Postgraduate Education?

Christopher Rauh’s new paper with Teodora Boneva and Marta Golin looks at the differences in undergraduate experiences, by socioeconomic background and the effect this has on their postgraduate education. 

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INET Economics Articles


The Dollar System in a Multi-Polar World
Published on - Thursday 5th May 2022


Abortion Drugs Fundamental to Ancient Economies, Argues Historian
Published on - Friday 29th April 2022


What Really Drives Long-Term Interest Rates?
Published on - Friday 29th April 2022


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Upcoming Events


03 Jun

Networks Webinar Series - Agnieszka Rusinowska
Zoom Meeting

10 Jun

Networks Webinar Series - Nicole Tabasso
Zoom meeting



Reading Groups & Seminars


24 May

The Distributional Impact of the Minimum Wage
Thomas Winberry
(Macro-JI Seminars)

27 May

Trade and Domestic Production Networks
Deniz Atalar
(Globalization, International Trade and Spatial Economics)



Vacancies


Ajit Singh Janeway Institute Scholarship in Economics (Fixed Term)
Closing date: 31 May 2022

Research Assistant (Fixed Term)
Closing date: 31 May 2022

‘China India Revisited' Research Assistant (Fixed Term)
Closing date: 30 May 2022



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Current Visitors


Dr Gerard Kambou
Senior Economist (ret), Office of the Chief Economist for Africa The World Bank Group
Visiting between:
(05 Oct 2021 - 30 Jun 2022)

Prof Florin Bilbiie
Professor of Economics at University of Lausanne
Visiting between:
(01 Jan 2022 - 31 Jul 2022)

Moqin Zhou
PhD candidate
Visiting between:
(01 Feb 2022 - 31 Jan 2023)

Melika Liporace
Bocconi University
Visiting between:
(01 Apr 2022 - 30 Jun 2022)

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