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The Cambridge-INET Institute

 

Networks, Crowds and Markets
 

Social, economic, and infrastructure networks are a defining feature of modern economies. The Networks Theme at the Cambridge-INET Institute is one of the world’s strongest cluster of researchers in this dynamic and fast growing field. 

Transmission Mechanisms and Economic Policy
 

The “Transmission Mechanisms and Economic Policy” theme at the Cambridge-INET Institute brings together researchers conducting fundamental research in macroeconomics. 


Information, Uncertainty and Incentives
 

Microeconomics starts from the premise that phenomena should be understood as a result of individual choices. These choices are determined by the incentives that individuals face, and by the psychological make up of these individuals. 

Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets
 

Financial markets serve the important function of transferring risk across individuals and over time, and they provide information on the performance of firms and economies.