Economics

A tiger by the tail: estimating the UK mortgage market vulnerabilities from loan-level data

Bank of England
Following the global financial crisis, macroprudential regulators in a number of countries took actions to mitigate risks arising from stressed mortgage […]
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On Power and inequality in the global political economy

Kings College London
Inequality in all its forms is the defining global problem and increasingly the defining political problem of our age. Nicola […]
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The Bank of England: 1950s to 1979

Cass Business School
Forrest Capie discusses the history of the Bank of England from the 1950s to the end of the 1970s. This period […]
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Central Bank Independence: Can it Survive a Crisis?

Cass Business School
Central bank independence has for many years appeared to be a successful way of ensuring low inflation. But that independence […]
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Advances in Macroeconomics and monetary economics

Loughborough University
Paul Turner is Professor of Applied Economics at Loughborough University. Here he discusses a brief introduction and where future research […]
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Teaching the Multiplier: the Value of a Quantitative Approach

Loughborough University
Paul Turner discusses software based on estimated parameters for the UK economy. The program allows students to both simulate the […]
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In-house or outsourced public services?

UCL Institute of Education
Nicola Pensiero analyses the relationship between government spending and the distribution of private income between capital and labour. Nicola Pensiero is a quantitative […]
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The WTO Matters Strongly (Over Time) But Unevenly (Across Space)

INSEAD
In an atmosphere of rising hostility towards trade many have reassured themselves that multilateral trade liberalisation via WTO is still […]
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Democracy and Policy Stability

INSEAD
Pushan Dutt discusses the strong negative link between democracy and output volatility documented by Rodrik (2000) and others stands in […]
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