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The Great Demographic Reversal
The last four decades have seen continuous disinflation, falling interest rates and rising (within-country) inequality. It is normal for most people to extrapolate the present into the...
Annette Vissing-Jorgensen (Berkeley)
"Information Transmission from the Federal Reserve to the Stock Market: Evidence from Governors’ Calendars" & "Central Banking with Many Voices: The Communications Arms Race"
André F. Silva (FRB)
Pirates without Borders: the Propagation of Cyberattacks through Firms’ Supply Chains
The financial markets' response to Covid-19 government policy ini ...
Organisers: Mattia Bevilacqua (LSE & SRC), Lukas Brandl (LSE & SRC), Andreas...
Daniel Beunza wins 2020 George R. Terry Book Award
Martin Oehmke wins EFA Best Paper Prize in Responsible Finance
The Wealth Effect wins Stein Rokkan Prize
The neighbourhood effect of reforms after crises
Less red tape, more local entrepreneurship and foreign direct investment: the path to recovery
We generalise a stochastic version of the workhorse SIR (Susceptible-Infectious- Removed) epidemiological model to account for spatial dynamics...
The ageing of the population has implications for inequality, productivity and monetary and fiscal policy, write Charles Goodhart and Manoj Pradhan
Tourism has taken an enormous hit during the pandemic. Simeon Djankov (LSE) looks at some of the ways governments are trying to revive the sector –...
In some countries, COVID-19 has prompted property transactions to move online, and in these places the market has picked up as a result. It represents...