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New Directions in Economics

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Special Initiatives

Covid-19 Research

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,

Research Paper

Gender and Collaboration

Professor Sanjeev Goyal
Professor Sanjeev Goyal

Professor Sanjeev Goyal has a forthcoming publication, with L. Ductor and A. Prummer, in the Review of Economics and Statistics.

They connect gender disparities in research output and collaboration patterns in economics. They first document large gender gaps in research output. These gaps persist across 50 years despite a significant increase in the fraction of women in economics during that time. 

They further show that output differences are closely related to differences in the co-authorship networks of men and women: women have fewer collaborators, collaborate more often with the same co-authors, and a higher fraction of their co-authors collaborate with each other. Taking into account co-authorship networks reduces the gender output gap by 18%.


Dr. Emil Temnyalov is visiting

Emil Temnyalov
Dr. Emil Temnyalov

Dr. Emil Temnyalov (University of Technology Sydney) is visiting the Janeway Institute for four months and Dr. Mikhail Safronov is his host.

He is a Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics at the University of Technology Sydney.

His research interests are mechanism and market design, information economics, and contests.

Visiting between:
1st August 2022 - 30th November 2022

Events & Activites

SoFiE 2022 Annual Conference

You can now see videos of Keynote Speakers and a selection of photographs from the SoFiE 2022 Annual Conference on the event page. 

The conference took place from June 24th to June 27th 2022 and was sponsored by the Janeway Institute, the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF), the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (cemmap) and the Society for Financial Econometrics (SoFiE)