Professor Alberto Montagnoli presented a new research paper with the title Credit Supply Shocks and Household Leverage: Evidence from the US Bank Deregulation, co-authored with Professor Sarah Brown and Dr Dan Gray at the European Economics Association (EEA) Annual Congress in Cologne on the 29 August 2018.
Research paper abstract We use a […]
Professor Jennifer Roberts has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust International Academic Fellowship for the project ‘Commuting as an economic behaviour in the US and the UK’. This research, is joint with Dr David Cuberes of Clark University (Massachusetts, USA) and combines urban economic theory with applied microeconometrics to improve our understanding of commuting and […]
Second year economics undergraduate student, Russell Elsdon, will work on the project “Executive Directors’ Biographies” supervised by InstEAD research affiliate Ian Gregory-Smith secured competitive funding from the Sheffield Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) scheme.
A major gap in the literature on executive compensation concerns the assignment of causality. Does executive pay drive corporate performance, […]
InstEAD research affiliates Andy Dickerson and Damon Morris presented their work on the on the Changing Demand for Skills in the UK at the Royal Economic Society Annual Conference on 26-28 March 2018.
Also they presented the same research at the 2nd IZA Labor Statistics Workshop on 26 April 2018.
They find positive and […]
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