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Cambridge’s Economics and Econometrics recognised in REF 2021

The results from the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) have highlighted the global impact of the University of Cambridge’s research in the field of economics, with an acknowledgement of the world leading quality of our overall research submission marked by both an increase in GPA, and an increase in the percentage of the submission scored as ‘world leading’.

Published on: Thursday 12th May 2022

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Central Banks

Debt Crises

Environment

Post-Brexit


Video Coming Soon: Decentralized Finance and ESG: Better or Worse?

The Janeway Institute, The Keynes Fund and The Faculty of Economics are co-organising a panel event, "Decentralized Finance and ESG: Better or Worse?". The event will be held on Wednesday 18th May at 5pm-6.30pm BST (UK), in the Bradfield Room, Darwin College, University of Cambridge and livestreamed. Please register your interest asap.

Event Date: Wednesday 18th May 2022

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ESG

Finance

Capital Markets

Environment


Kamiar Mohaddes paper runner-up in FT awards

Dr. Kamiar Mohaddes's paper, "Rising Temperatures, Falling Ratings: The Effect of Climate Change on Sovereign Creditworthiness", was named runner-up in the Financial Times Responsible Business Education Awards.

Published on: Thursday 20th January 2022

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Awards

Climate Change

Climate Finance

Environment


Climate finance: it’ll be cheaper in the long run if poorer countries receive it as a matter of urgency

Dr. Kamiar Mohaddes has written a joint article for The Conversation, that says climate change will shrink the economies of rich, poor, hot and cold countries alike.

Published on: Tuesday 9th November 2021

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Climate Change

Climate Finance

Environment

Global Economy

Theme: transmission


How Supply Chain Disruptions Led to a Wide Economic Impact of 2011 Japan Earthquake

Supply chains can render localized environmental disasters into a much larger economy-wide downturn, according to Professor Carvalho at the Faculty of Economics.

Published on: Monday 15th March 2021

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Economic Downturn

Environment

Natural Disasters

Supply Chains


Faculty Articles Recommended for Undergraduate Teaching

Professor Vasco M. Carvalho, Professor Sheilagh Ogilvie and Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta have all had papers submitted to the Journal of Economic Perspectives, by fellow Professor's, as articles that have found useful to support teaching.

Published on: Tuesday 24th September 2019

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Networks

Environment

Energy

Development

Theme: transmission