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The Cambridge-INET Institute

 

The "Transmission Mechanisms and Economic Policy" theme at the Cambridge-INET Institute brings together researchers conducting fundamental research in macroeconomics. We use a variety of approaches – encompassing micro and macro econometrics, macro models and historical and institutional analysis – to develop theoretical and empirical work on a wide range of issues, from firm growth and firm churning to household level savings and inequality, from unemployment dynamics to supply chains, from the analysis of monetary policy to international finance and global imbalances. Our research aims to generate inputs for stabilisation and structural policy.


Coordinators:

Giancarlo Corsetti

Prof. Giancarlo Corsetti
Professor of Macroeconomics

Research Interests
International Economics and Open Economy Macroeconomics

Meredith Crowley

Prof. Meredith Crowley
University Reader
Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe
Research Fellow, CEPR (London)

Research Interests
International trade and trade policy


Postdoctoral
Researchers:

Miguel Ferreira

Dr Miguel Ferreira
Cambridge-INET Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Research Interests
Macroeconomics, Fiscal Policy, Heterogeneous Agents, Firm Dynamics, Financial Crises

 

Juan Carlos Ruiz Garcia

Dr Juan Carlos Ruiz Garcia
Cambridge-INET Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Research Interests
Macroeconomics, Firm Dynamics and Development Economics

 


Published Papers


Social Distancing and Supply Disruptions in a Pandemic
Bodenstein, M., Corsetti G. and Guerrieri, L., (2021), Quantitative Economics, accepted

One Money, Many Markets - Monetary Transmission and Housing Financing in the Euro Area
Corsetti, G., Duarte, J. B. and Mann, S., (2021), Journal of the European Economic Association, accepted


Volatile Hiring: Uncertainty in Search and Matching Models
Den Haan, W., Freund, L. B. and Rendahl, P., (2021), Journal of Monetary Economics, forthcoming

Tracking the COVID-19 Crisis with High-Resolution Transaction Data
Carvalho, V. M., Garcia, J. R., Hansen, S., Ortiz, A., Rodrigo, T., Rodríguez Mora, J. V. and Ruiz, P., (2021), Royal Society Open Science


Supply Chain Disruptions: Evidence from the Great East Japan Earthquake
Carvalho, V. M., Nirei, M., Saito, Y. U. and Tahbaz-Salehi, A., (2021), Quarterly Journal of Economics

Workers, Capitalists, and the Government: Fiscal Policy and Income (Re)Distribution
Cantore, C. and Freund, L. B., (2021), Journal of Monetary Economics


 
 

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Janeway Institute Working Papers


Climate Change and Fiscal Sustainability: Risks and Opportunities
Agarwala, M., Burke, M., Klusak, P., Mohaddes, K., Volz, U. and Zenghelis, D., (JIWP2107)

The Value of Sick Pay
Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C., (JIWP2106)



 

Cambridge-INET Working Papers



Venture Capital Booms and Startup Financing
Janeway, W. H., Nanda, R. and Rhodes-Kropf, M., (WP2120)


News Entropy
Kuhlen, N. and Preston, A., (WP2114)


 
 

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Visitors


Dr Joao Duarte
Assistant Professor of Economics, Nova SBE

Research
Macroeconomics, Housing, Monetary Policy and Economic Growth

Visiting between:
(04 Mar 2020 - 08 Mar 2020)

Host: Giancarlo Corsetti

Dr Luca Dedola
European Central Bank

Research
International macroeconomics and finance, Monetary Economics

Visiting between:
(30 Jan 2020 - 03 Feb 2020)

Host: Giancarlo Corsetti


Dr Jordi Gali
Senior Researcher, CREI

Research
Macroeconomic Theory and Monetary Economics

Visiting between:
(04 Nov 2019 - 07 Nov 2019)

Host: Vasco Carvalho

Dr Antonio Dalla-Zuanna
Research Associate at the Institute for Fiscal Studies

Research
Labour economics and the economics of education

Visiting between:
(24 Sep 2019 - 25 Sep 2019)

Host: Kai Liu


 
 

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Past Events


Rebuilding Macroeconomics Cambridge-INET Sustainable Growth Hub Workshop

Rebuilding Macroeconomics Cambridge-INET Sustainable Growth Hub Workshop

Rebuilding Macroeconomics and Cambridge-INET are hosting the Sustainable Growth Hub Workshop at King's College, University of Cambridge on 16th March 2020. The aim of this workshop is to discuss the preliminary results of projects funded by the Hub. Presentations will be given on some interim findings to open up a general discussion and encourage a cross-fertilization of ideas from members of the Network.

Event Date - Monday 16th March 2020


Sandra Batten

Sandra Batten "Central Banks and Climate Change" - Public Talk

As part of the Rebuilding Macroeconomics Cambridge-INET Sustainable Growth Hub Workshop, Rebuilding Macroeconomics and Cambridge-INET are hosting a public talk by Sandra Batten (Bank of England) on Monday 16th March 2020, 03:15pm - 04:30pm in King's College, Cambridge.

Event Date - Monday 16th March 2020


The Centenary Conference on Keynes’s Economic Consequences of the Peace

The Centenary Conference on Keynes’s Economic Consequences of the Peace

Cambridge-INET is proud to announce a major conference on Keynes’s 1919 book. The book is celebrated as a brilliant piece of advocacy by one of the 20th century’s pre-eminent economists. This distinguished event will take place at King’s College, Cambridge, on September 9th-10th 2019. See the event website for more details.

Event Date - Monday 9th September 2019 - Tuesday 10th September 2019


New Economics of Exchange Rate Adjustment

New Economics of Exchange Rate Adjustment

Cambridge-INET are holding an event "New Economics of Exchange Rate Adjustment" on 21st and 22nd March 2018, from 9.00am - 5.00pm, in The Elton-Bowring Room, Clare College, Cambridge. Please register you interest.

Event Date - Thursday 21st March 2019 - Friday 22nd March 2019


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News


The value of sick pay: older workers & women often get less

The value of sick pay: older workers & women often get less

Women and older workers are less likely to have access to employer-provided sick pay, according to Dr Christopher Rauh, from the Covid Inequality Project. The research has also found that workers in jobs that cannot be done from home are particularly unlikely to have sick pay.

Published on - Thursday 9th September 2021


Is marriage for white people? The US racial marriage divide

Is marriage for white people? The US racial marriage divide

Are higher rates of incarceration and unemployment responsible for lower marriage rates among the black population in the US? Christopher Rauh has highlighted the difference in the marriage rates between black and white people in the US.

Published on - Monday 6th September 2021


The Gender Gap in Mental Health Widened by Lockdowns

The Gender Gap in Mental Health Widened by Lockdowns

Women, the young, and the less educated have borne the brunt of mental health issues resulting from lockdowns, which has often exacerbated job and earnings losses, according to research by Dr Christopher Rauh

Published on - Friday 30th April 2021


Lockdowns Widen the Gender Gap in Mental Health

Lockdowns Widen the Gender Gap in Mental Health

Dr. Christopher Rauh has published an article for VOXeu that looks at how women have suffered far more from social distancing measures than men in terms of their mental health.

Published on - Tuesday 27th April 2021


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