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The End of Free Markets and Return of the State? - Book Event

Cambridge-INET and the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, are holding an Online Event with Professor Diane Coyle and Martin Sandbu. Professor Coyle and Martin Sandbu have both published books exploring the economics relating to current policy questions. Join them for an enlightened conversation. The event will be chaired by Professor Michael Kenny. Please book your place on the Bennett Institute event page.

Event Date: Tuesday 24th November 2020

Tags:

Inequalities

Free Markets

Policy

State


Economic Impact From Covid

New research appears to indicate women on average have taken a larger economic impact than men as a result of Covid. Dr Christopher Rauh has examined the characteristics of workers furloughed in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic, and has found that women were much more likely to be furloughed. The prohibition on working whilst furloughed has also been routinely ignored, especially by men.

Published on: Tuesday 13th October 2020

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COVID-19

Employment

Workers

Inequalities


Working From Home: The Polarising Workplace

Dr Christopher Rauh, with Abi Adams-Prassl (University of Oxford), Teodora Boneva (University of Zurich) and Marta Golin (University of Oxford) have published an article for VOXeu titled "Working From Home: The Polarising Workplace". This column uses survey data from the US and the UK to demonstrate systematic variation in individuals’ ability to work from home both across and within occupations and industries.

Published on: Wednesday 9th September 2020

Tags:

COVID-19

Employment

Workers

Inequalities

Theme: transmission


COVID Economics Alumni Webinar Series

Cambridge-INET and Dr. Meredith Crowley are hosting a series of public lectures for Cambridge Alumni. The sixth of these webinars "Inequalities in Education and Labour Market Outcomes Under COVID", will take place on Friday 19th June 2020, at 1.00pm and feature talks by Professor Anna Vignoles and Dr Christopher Rauh. Please see the Cambridge-INET COVID Economics Alumni webinar series webpage for details.

Event Date: Friday 19th June 2020

Tags:

COVID-19

Inequalities

Employment

Education

Theme: none