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Project News | Published on Tuesday, 18 June, 2024

Noriko Amano-Patino, Elisa Faraglia and Chryssi Giannitsarou talked to Tim Phillips, as part of the VoxTalks podcast series, about their recent CEPR paper "Economics Coauthorships in the Aftermath of MeToo".

Project News | Published on Thursday, 6 June, 2024

A new working paper entitled "Rising Temperatures, Melting Incomes: Country-Specific Macroeconomic Effects of Climate Scenarios" has been published by Kamiar Mohaddes and Mehdi Raissi. 

Project News | Published on Monday, 29 April, 2024

Dr Noriko Amano-Patino, Professor Elisa Faraglia and Professor Chryssi Giannitsarou have published a new working paper and VoxEU article entitled "Co-authorship in economics in the aftermath of MeToo".

Project News | Published on Thursday, 18 April, 2024

Dr Kamiar Mohaddes wrote an article for Donya-e-Eqtesad, Iranian daily newspaper. In it he discusses the economics of climate change and the effect of climate change on sovereign creditworthiness.

Project News | Published on Friday, 8 March, 2024

A new working paper entitled "Estimating a Density Ratio Model for Stock Market Risk and Option Demand" has been published by Assistant Professor Jeroen Dalderop and Professor Oliver Linton.

 

Project News | Published on Tuesday, 6 February, 2024

Kamiar Mohaddes was featured in the Gates Cambridge podcast episode "How do we build back better after a crisis?", which looked at the climate, environment and green innovation. Click the title link to listen on your preferred platform.

Project News | Published on Wednesday, 31 January, 2024

The paper, "Labour, more or less? Policy reasoning in a fiscal register", by Peter Sloman, has been published in the Journal of Politics and International Relations. 

Project News | Published on Tuesday, 30 January, 2024

The working paper, "Do Religious People Cope Better in a Crisis? Evidence from the UK Pandemic Lockdowns", by Iyer, S., Larcom, S., She, P-W., has been published in the Faculty of Economic's, Cambridge Working Papers in Economics series.

Project News | Published on Tuesday, 30 January, 2024

Research by KF Project PI, Prof. Sriya Iyer and Prof. Shaun Larcom from Cambridge’s Department of Land Economy into Religion, Covid-19 and Mental Health, has been featured on the University of Cambridge news sites.

Project News | Published on Tuesday, 30 January, 2024

Keynes Fund Project PI, Professor Sriya Iyer and Prof Shaun Larcom, from Cambridge’s Department of Land Economy research suggest that the psychological distress caused by lockdowns (UK) and experience of infection (US) was reduced among those of faith compared to non-religious people.

Keynes Fund News | Published on Monday, 15 January, 2024

Keynes Fund project PI, Professor Sriya Iyer, has been awarded a grant from the Templeton Religion Trust to lead the Social Consequences of Religion Initiative Strand on Religion and Economic Development.