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The Cambridge-INET Institute has been set up to support fundamental research in economics at the University of Cambridge.

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Is Panic Buying Irrational? - COVID-19

Juan Block discussed the different theoretical rationales behind panic buying in an interview with Lizzy Burden of The Telegraph.

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Equilibrium Social Distancing - COVID-19

In a newly released Cambridge-INET working paper, Flavio Toxvaerd considers how spontaneous social distancing behavior by people influences the path of the epidemic. 

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COVID-19 and the Effect on Workers

Christopher Rauh has published two working papers looking at the economic impacts of COVID-19 on workers in the UK and US.

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Covid Economics: A Real-Time Journal

Giancarlo Corsetti joins the editorial board for CEPR's new online journal, "Covid Economics: A Real-Time Journal (CEJ)". 

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Women in Economics - CEPR eBook

Sanjeev Goyal, Anja Prummer and Lorenzo Ductor have written a chapter "Gender and Collaboration" for the new CEPR eBook Women in Economics. 

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2nd Symposium on Competition Policy
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28 May

Econometric Methods for Modern Data Structures
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Large Scale Experiments
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51st Annual Conference of the Money Macro and Finance Society
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