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Vacancy: Janeway Institute Postdoctoral Research Fellowship - Empirical Theme
Closing date - 10th December 2021
The Janeway Institute's Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets research theme, has a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship available. The Fellowship is for a period of 3 years.
New £12m research centre for inclusive trade policy
A major new research centre on inclusive trade policy is to launch in early 2022. The Centre for Inclusive Trade Policy aims to be a centre of excellence for innovative trade policy research. It will include Co-Investigator Professor Meredith Crowley from the Janeway Institute.
The Trade Environment and Trade Policy Options for the post-Brexit United Kingdom
Jesus College, University of Cambridge.
The event will focus on frontier research developments in international trade and spatial economics. The emphasis will be on new models and methodologies for studying complex economic phenomena.
Where now for Economics?
A fascinating debate to celebrate the launch of the Janeway Institute discussed the future heading of research into economics, and examined the link between financial markets and the real economy.
Watch the video of the Janeway Institute for Economics launch on the event page
The Weslie and William Janeway Institute for Economics was launched on Tuesday October 19th 2021, with speeches by Professor Stephen J Toope, Dr. William Janeway, Professor Tim Harper, Professor Leonardo Felli and Institute Director Professor Vasco Carvalho
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The Cambridge-INET led, COVID-19 Economic Research website has an extensive collection of special features, research papers, blogs and videos, by Cambridge Academics that look into the pandemic and it’s economics effects,
Venture Capital Booms and Start-up Financing
William Janeway has published a new working paper, with Ramana Nanda and Matthew Rhodes-Kropf, that investigates the relationship between venture capital booms and startup financing.
Prof Stephen Redding to visit in December 2021
Prof Stephen Redding is Harold T. Shapiro*64 Professor in Economics, Economics Department and Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University.
He will be hosted by Prof. Meredith Crowley and will be visiting on 07-08 Dec 2021.
Fourteenth Annual SoFiE Conference
Cambridge-INET Institute, Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF), Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (cemmap) & Society for Financial Econometrics (SoFiE) are sponsoring the Fourteenth Annual SoFiE Conference.
The event will take place at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, from the 24th-26th June 2022. The Post-Conference for Young Scholars will be held on 27th June 2022.