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New CEPR Discussion Paper DP17257
Infant health, cognitive performance and earnings: Evidence from inception of the welfare state in Sweden
Sonia Bhalotra (Warwick Department of Economics), Martin Karlsson (Universität Duisburg-Essen, CINCH) Therese Nilsson (Lund University), Nina Schwarz (Universität Duisburg-Essen)
http://ow.ly/xI0g50ITAyk
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New CEPR Discussion Paper DP17256
Health and Labor Market Impacts of Twin Birth : Evidence from a Swedish IVF Policy Mandate
Sonia Bhalotra (Warwick Department of Economics), Damian Clarke (Universidad de Chile), Hanna Muhlrad (IFAU), Mårten Palme (Stockholm University)
http://ow.ly/1gwR50ITe2E
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New CEPR Discussion Paper DP17255
Fertility and Labor Market Responses to Reductions in Mortality
Sonia Bhalotra (Warwick Department of Economics), Atheendar Venkataramani (Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania), Lab Selma Walther (University of Sussex)
http://ow.ly/r8ue50ISs5U
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New CEPR Discussion Paper DP17254
Dynamic impacts of lockdown on domestic violence: Evidence from multiple policy shifts in Chile
Sonia Bhalotra (Warwick Department of Economics), Damian Clarke (Universidad de Chile)
http://ow.ly/tuRg50ISrJa
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New CEPR Discussion Paper DP17253
The Distribution of the Gender Wage Gap: An Equilibrium Model
Sonia Bhalotra (Warwick Department of Economics), Manuel Fernández (Universidad de Los Andes - Venezuela | Sitio Oficial) Fan Wang (University of Houston)
http://ow.ly/XE7350ISpF2
New CEPR Discussion Paper - DP17203
Identity-Based Elections
Helios Herrera (Warwick Department of Economics), Ravideep Sethi (The University of Utah)
http://ow.ly/gEeV50IGlYn
New CEPR Discussion Paper - DP17189
Missing women in colonial India
Bishnupriya Gupta (University of Warwick), James Fenske (University of Warwick), Cora Neumann (Warwick Department of Economics)
http://ow.ly/czUr50IEOAf
New CEPR Discussion Paper - DP17168
Political Activists as Free-Riders: Evidence From a Natural Field Experiment
Anselm Hager (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Lukas Hensel (Peking University, University of Oxford), Johannes Hermle (LinkedIn), Christopher Roth (Warwick Department of Economics)
http://ow.ly/xAcg50IzrCo
New CEPR Discussion Paper - DP17160
The Shadow of the Neolithic Revolution on Life Expectancy: A Double-Edged Sword
Raphael Franck (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Oded Galor (Brown University), Omer Moav (Warwick Department of Economics & אוניברסיטת רייכמן – הבינתחומי הרצליה), Ömer Özak (SMU)
http://ow.ly/5xXZ50IxV5v
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From farms to offices: Measuring the role of human capital for structural transformation
Tommaso Porzio (Columbia Business School), Federico Rossi (Warwick Department of Economics)
28 March 2022

Traditional theories explain structural transformation by the decline in the relative demand for over the last two centuries. This column focuses on the ‘human side’ and argues that the relative supply of labour is another important driver. Using data for 52 countries, it shows that an increase in schooling led to a sharp reduction in the agricultural labour supply by equipping younger cohorts with skills more valued outside of agriculture and making them be less willing to stay on the farm. Governments might consider to accelerate the process of structural transformation, and thus economic .
http://ow.ly/o33c50IwpkG
Economic warfare and Mançur Olson: Insights for great power conflict
Mark Harrison (Warwick Department of Economics)
25 March 2022

, including blockades of essential goods and bombings of industry, was widely used in but with limited impact. This column explores Mançur Olson’s explanation, which is underpinned by the elementary economic concept of substitution. Olson argued that there are no essential goods; there are only essential uses, which can generally be supplied in many ways. This has sweeping implications for the use of economic , which can be applied to the present context of ’s aggression against .
http://ow.ly/52hc50IsEyy
New CEPR Discussion Paper - DP17111
Monitoring the Economy in Real Time: Trends and Gaps in Real Activity and Prices
Thomas Hasenzagl (University of Minnesota Twin Cities), Filippo Pellegrino (LSE Department of Economics), Lucrezia Reichlin (London Business School), Giovanni Ricco (Warwick Department of Economics)
http://ow.ly/mqLM50IjPIB

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Are you in Year 10 or 11 and interested in a career in economics? Perhaps you know a pupil who is considering which route to take in their studies?

Register your place for our free, 3-part virtual event 'Shape the World Where You Live with Economics' taking place from 18-19 October from 5pm.

You will find out more about how economics helps to solve major global issues and have the opportunity to interact with A Level Maths and Economics teachers and current students to discover pathways to study economics at university.

Find out more and register your place now: https://buff.ly/3SGkmx7

Warwick Guest Lecture with George Chouliarakis 27/09/2022

Warwick Guest Lecture with George Chouliarakis

Join us for our first Warwick Economic Lecture of the academic year for students and staff on Tuesday 4 October, 3-4pm.. We are pleased to be joined by George Chouliarakis (PhD Economic) who is currently a Senior Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University and Economic Advisor to the Governor of the Bank of Greece. He is the former Alternate Minister of Finance to Greece (2015-2019). He will present 'Europe's Sovereign Debt Problem: Past Crises and Future Challenges'. Find out more & register now:

Warwick Guest Lecture with George Chouliarakis The Department of Economics is delighted to welcome George Chouliarakis as our next Warwick Economics Lecture speaker for the 2022/23 academic year.

Six takeaways from the 'mini budget' 26/09/2022

Six takeaways from the 'mini budget'

Kwasi Kwarteng’s ‘Mini Budget’ set out an eye-watering £45 billion in tax cuts alongside an energy relief plan projected to cost £60 billion over the next six months. Kwarteng claims his ambitious plans will drive growth and reduce inflation. But is it that simple? We asked some of our academic experts to explain the implications of this ‘new era’ in economic policy.

Six takeaways from the 'mini budget' Kwasi Kwarteng’s ‘Mini Budget’ set out an eye-watering £45 billion in tax cuts alongside an energy relief plan projected to cost £60 billion over the next six months.

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We join with so many other communities across the world in expressing our sorrow at the death of Her Majesty The Queen. Like many universities, the University of Warwick was granted its Royal Charter of Incorporation in 1965 by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, and our flags are at half-mast to pay our respects and honour her memory.

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🚨 🚨 Not to be missed - this is a great opportunity for Warwick Alumni to network and gain an insight as to how we can level up the UK economy 💹

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We were delighted to welcome our new PPE stream students to the at Warwick today, during our introductory icebreaker session with the Departments of Philosophy, and Politics and International Studies!

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Congratulations to our Class of 2022 graduates👏

It has been a delight to welcome you back to celebrate your successes 🎉

We are so proud of you all 😊

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Congratulations to our Class of 2022 graduates👏

It has been a delight to welcome you back to celebrate your successes 🎉

We are so proud of you all 😊

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We are delighted to let you know that we are planning to hold in-person graduation ceremonies in July 2022, representing the first traditional Degree Congregations on campus for more than two years. This will be a very special occasion as you celebrate your achievements with family, friends and the Warwick community.

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We are so proud to welcome back our postgraduates for a much deserved celebration 👏 👏 👏

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It’s lovely to see our 2021 Economics graduates back on campus 😊

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Our first few graduates have arrived! We look forward to welcoming the rest of you later today 😊

Photos from Warwick Department of Economics's post 06/07/2022

We look forward to welcoming our graduates for Warwick Celebrates on 7th July tomorrow! Here you can see what the Iglu will look like from the outside and inside 🙂 Robes are available to pick up inside the Sport and Wellness Hub and are returned to the tent situated in the Festival Village after the ceremony - see you tomorrow 👋

Photos from Warwick Department of Economics's post 20/06/2022

We hope that you take this opportunity to learn about further studies at Warwick, the skills that employers value in economics graduates and find out more about how to apply for the positions that they offer in their companies. Registration for this event is mandatory and will close midnight on Tuesday 28 June. Click the link to register https://buff.ly/3y5cnSI

14/06/2022

Do not miss the WES Careers Webinar this afternoon 🧠

The zoom link is below 👇

The Warwick Economics Summit is holding a careers event via Zoom on Tuesday 14th June from 14:00 – 15:30 (BST) where Credit Suisse and Nomura will each host a careers session allowing attendees to gain a valuable insight into the respective firms and upcoming internship and graduate opportunities.

The event will run as follows:
Credit Suisse: 14:00-14:45
Break: 14:45-14:50
Nomura: 14:50-15:30

Please join via the Zoom link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82534507936
Meeting ID: 825 3450 7936
Passcode: WES2023Car

We look forward to seeing you there!

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This is a great opportunity to gain insight from those that have already graduated from Warwick 🧠 Register by clicking the link https://buff.ly/3MCdSvv

Warwick Economics ranked 2nd in the UK for research excellence 12/05/2022

Warwick Economics ranked 2nd in the UK for research excellence

We are delighted to announce that Warwick Economics has been ranked 2nd in the UK for research excellence in the field of Economics and Econometrics, in rankings published by Times Higher Education today.

The rankings are based on the results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021, the system for assessing the quality of research in UK higher education institutions.

In the REF 2021 results released today, 99% of the Department's research has been rated as world-leading (4*) or internationally-excellent (3*) overall.

University of Warwick

Warwick Economics ranked 2nd in the UK for research excellence 99% of the Department of Economics' research has been rated world-leading (4*) or internationally excellent (3*) overall in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021.

06/05/2022

All finalists, don't forget its RAE Celebration at the Slate, 2-5pm Fri 6th May! 🥳🎉

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE 29/04/2022

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE

Last chance to register for the Department of Economics 360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE. Mark will be discussing 'Grit: What you Need to Succeed and Thrive'. Mark will teach you that it doesn't matter what obstacles life throws at you - it's how you respond that counts. Open to all University of Warwick students and staff. For more information and to register:

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE The Department of Economics is delighted to welcome Mark Esho MBE as our next 360 Guest Lecture speaker for the 2021/22 academic year.

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Well done for getting your RAE in! Celebrate with us on Friday 6th May 2022 2-5pm at The Slate 🥳🎉Register by clicking the link: https://buff.ly/3klEdSZ

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Calling all Postgraduate Economics students 🔊🚨 Click the link to complete the PTES survey and get your views heard! https://buff.ly/3Mnafdo

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE 26/04/2022

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE

A reminder that registration will close on Friday for our 360 Guest Lecture with multi award winning entrepreneur, Mark Esho MBE. Mark will teach you that it doesn't matter what obstacles life throws at you - it's how you respond that counts. There will also be an opportunity for you to meet Mark Esho and the Warwick Enterprise team at a reception after the lecture so you can ask any questions you may have about setting up your own business. Register now:

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE The Department of Economics is delighted to welcome Mark Esho MBE as our next 360 Guest Lecture speaker for the 2021/22 academic year.

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE 22/04/2022

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE

Want to find out more about what it takes to succeed and thrive? Meet Mark Esho MBE at our next 360 Guest Lecture on 3 May (6.15-7.15pm) where he will be discussing research in America that has shown that people with grit generally succeed in life irrespective of race, gender and background. Mark Esho is a successful entrepreneur who has won numerous awards and was honoured by the Queen in 2022 with an MBE for services to business. Register now:

360 Guest Lecture with Mark Esho MBE The Department of Economics is delighted to welcome Mark Esho MBE as our next 360 Guest Lecture speaker for the 2021/22 academic year.

360 Guest Lecture with Dr Tymofiy Mylovanov 21/04/2022

360 Guest Lecture with Dr Tymofiy Mylovanov

Please join us for a special Guest Lecture with Dr Timofiy Mylovanov, President of the Kyiv School of Economics on 28 April (6.15 - 7.15pm). Dr Mylovanov will discuss the impact the war will have for Ukraine and the global economy. This event is open to all Warwick Economics students and staff. You can find out more about the lecture and register now:

360 Guest Lecture with Dr Tymofiy Mylovanov The Department of Economics is delighted to welcome Dr Tymofiy Mylovanov as our next 360 Guest Lecture speaker for the 2021/22 academic year.

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An opportunity for our current Warwick Economics students to join the Careers in Economics Webinar on 27 April (1-2pm). Hear from graduates who have founded their own enterprises or business. We will also be joined by Warwick Enterprise who can answer any questions about starting your own business. Register your place now. Lunch will be provided for those who attend in-person. https://buff.ly/3xElgmt

Elina Ribakova on Russia Sanctions: Diving into the Details | Bendheim Center for Finance 12/04/2022

Elina Ribakova on Russia Sanctions: Diving into the Details | Bendheim Center for Finance

Warwick Economics alumna, Elina Ribakova, (MSc Economics 1999), Deputy Chief Economist at the IIF will be delivering a talk via Zoom on Russia Sanctions: Diving into the Details. Thu 14 April (12:30pm ET) at Princeton University
Register:
https://buff.ly/3uzSMZi

Elina Ribakova on Russia Sanctions: Diving into the Details | Bendheim Center for Finance On Thursday, April 14, Elina Ribakova will join Markus’ Academy for a lecture on Russia Sanctions: Diving into the Details. Ribakova is Deputy Chief Economist at the Institute of International Finance based in Washington DC.

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Dani Sinha will be Chairing our Panellists to tackle the issue of Climate Change. The aim of the discussion is to see if there is a way we can all work together to help to solve the issue.
Find out more about her & the event: https://buff.ly/3KvgJq5

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Claire Nouvian will be joining our other Panellists to tackle the issue of Climate Change. The aim of the discussion is to see if there is a way we can all work together to help to solve the issue. Sign up to come to the talk on our website now!

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Jo Salter will be joining our other Panellists to tackle the issue of Climate Change. The aim of the discussion is to see if there is a way we can all work together to help to solve the issue. Sign up to come to the talk on our website now!

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Professor Molly Scott Cato, former MP, will be joining our other Panellists to tackle the issue of Climate Change. The aim of the discussion is to see if there is a way we can all work together to help to solve the issue. Sign up to come to the talk on our website now!

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Dr Gail Bradbrook will be joining our other Panellists to tackle the issue of Climate Change. The aim of the discussion is to see if there is a way we can all work together to help to solve the issue. Sign up to come to the talk on our website now!

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We would like to invite both students and staff to join us for a live panel event for The Royal Economics Annual Conference. There will be a range of speakers: from activists to an entrepreneur; economists to a politician; who will be discussing how they can work collaboratively 'Solving the Climate Crisis - Together'.

The live panel event is on Monday 11th April, 6:15-7:30pm.

After the discussion there will be a drinks reception in Radcliffe and a chance for you to meet our panellists.

First year Economics student wins the IEA's Monetary Policy Essay Prize 2022 17/03/2022

First year Economics student wins the IEA's Monetary Policy Essay Prize 2022

For the second time running, Warwick Economics student Guillermo Sagnier wins the IEA's Monetary Policy Essay Prize 2022, which was organised by the Institute of Economics Affairs (IEA) and the Institute of International Monetary Research (IIMR).

We caught up with Guillermo to find out more about his achievement: https://buff.ly/3tj8yXE

First year Economics student wins the IEA's Monetary Policy Essay Prize 2022 We are very proud to announce that for the second time running, Warwick Economics student is the winner of the Monetary Policy Essay 2022 competition organised by the Institute of Economics Affairs (IEA) and the Institute of International Monetary Research (IIMR).

Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22 15/03/2022

Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22

An opportunity for our current Warwick Economics students to join the Careers in Economics Webinar on 16 March (2-3pm). Hear from graduates with experiences working at OECD, The World Bank Group and Sattva Consulting. Final chance to register:

Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22 Over the past few years we have found that students from Warwick’s Economics Department have highly valued the opportunity to meet with employers and former students of the Department to explore the range of economics related careers.

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Join us today in the economics foyer on the ground floor (just outside the UG office) where the UG team will be handing out free pizza to our finalists from 11am onwards. We will have a room available if you can spare 5 minutes to complete the NSS at the same time. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Looking for something to help you stand out from the crowd? Open to current students, this is an amazing opportunity to develop your research skills and enhance your CV in the process.

https://buff.ly/3hSQsoU

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To all undergraduate students at Warwick - Your opportunity to run the largest student-run academic conference in Europe is here!

Warwick Economics Summit are recruiting their WES 2023 Executive team now. See below if any of the positions are of interest and apply by this Saturday 12 March.

https://buff.ly/3CpnTJf

Celebrating Inspirational Women 08/03/2022

Celebrating Inspirational Women

On IWD 2022 we join the campaign promoting gender equality. We celebrate inspirational women working on sustainability initiatives to create a better future and we talk to female economists at 5.30pm today.

Feel inspired https://buff.ly/3HNNtIN

Celebrating Inspirational Women Today, on the International Women's Day (IWD) we are joining in two global campaigns to highlight the importance of gender equality and to celebrate the achievements of women.

International Women's Day 2022 04/03/2022

International Women's Day 2022

We invite staff and students from the University to nominate inspirational women who contribute to the UN theme of Gender equality today for sustainable tomorrow and/or share your photos with to create a more equal world, free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination.

Your entries will be added to the Department of Economics Inspiring Women Gallery 2022 on 8 March - International Women's Day.

Submit your entries now:

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360 Lecture with Katy Chakrabortty 10/02/2022

360 Lecture with Katy Chakrabortty

A reminder that registration will close on Monday for our 360 guest lecture with Katy Chakrabortty. Katy will deliver a lecture on "Campaigning to end poverty. What's inequality got to do with it? This event is open to all Warwick Economics students & staff.
You can find out more about the lecture and register now: https://buff.ly/34xtvVd

360 Lecture with Katy Chakrabortty The Department of Economics is delighted to welcome Katy Chakrabortty as our next 360 Guest Lecture speaker for the 2021/22 academic year.

Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22 26/01/2022

Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22

An opportunity for our current Warwick Economics students to join the Careers in Economics Webinar on 16 Feb (2-3pm). Hear from alumni about their career journeys since graduating. Registration is now open: https://buff.ly/3IJfbHL

Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22 Over the past few years we have found that students from Warwick’s Economics Department have highly valued the opportunity to meet with employers and former students of the Department to explore the range of economics related careers.

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Calling all budding producers – CAGE is launching a new video competition!

This year, we’re inviting Warwick Economics undergraduates and MSc students to create a 3-minute video summary of one of our research papers.

The prize for the best video submission will be £500, the runner-up will receive £250.

The winning video will be published on the CAGE YouTube account and promoted on our website!

To find out more follow the link below:

https://buff.ly/35a6fg3

Economics PhD Conference 13/01/2022

Economics PhD Conference

The 10th annual Warwick Economics PhD Conference will be held from 8-9 June 2022 in person at the University & it will be live-streamed.
The Call for Papers is now released and the conference is open for applications: https://buff.ly/33cvMED

Economics PhD Conference Our two-day conference organised by Warwick Economics PhD students will bring together international PhD research from across the globe. The 10th annual Warwick Economics PhD Conference will be held in person at the premises of the University, and it will be live-streamed to enable remote particip...

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Are you 16-18 years and interested in a career in economics? Perhaps you know a pupil who is considering which route to take in their studies?

Register for our free virtual event - Introduction to Economics on 2 February from 5:30pm, to find out more about what economics has to offer and secure a free ticket to this year’s Warwick Economics Summit 2022.

Find out more and register your place now: https://buff.ly/3nl6xqt

Athena Swan Bronze Award for the Department of Economics 12/01/2022

Athena Swan Bronze Award for the Department of Economics

We're proud that the Department of Economics at Warwick has achieved a Bronze Award from the Athena Swan Charter in recognition of our commitment to gender equality. Thank you to all those involved in conducting the self-assessment and in developing the Athena Swan Action Plan.

See what this award means to us and what work we've been doing to achieve our goals.

https://buff.ly/3FgmRyR

Athena Swan Bronze Award for the Department of Economics We are delighted to announce that the Department of Economics has achieved a Bronze Award from the Athena Swan Charter in recognition of our commitment to gender equality.

Introduction to Economics 07/01/2022

Introduction to Economics

The Introduction to Economics event | Wednesday 2 February 2022 | 17:30 - 19:00
Location: Online via Microsoft Teams

Calling all 16-18 year old students, their teachers and parents.

Get involved and discover more about as a subject, experience an interactive taster lecture and hear from current undergraduate students about what it's like to study economics at university.

Also hear from economists about the wide-ranging work they do and the possible career opportunities.

Registration for the event is essential. Have a read of the Programme and register via:

Introduction to Economics In partnership with the Bank of England, Discover Economics and the Warwick Economics Summit, we are delighted to invite you to a free, interactive event for 16-18 year old students, their teachers and parents.

Research spotlight: Dr Amrita Kulka 04/01/2022

Research spotlight: Dr Amrita Kulka

Read our latest research spotlight with Dr Amrita Kulka, as she discusses her work on improving housing affordability and what attracted her to join the Department: https://buff.ly/3sS9UsJ

Research spotlight: Dr Amrita Kulka Dr Amrita Kulka joined the Department of Economics, University of Warwick, in September 2021. Here she discusses her research on improving housing affordability and what attracted her to join the Department.

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From all of us in the the Department of Economics, we wish you a relaxing and enjoyable break and best wishes for a healthy and happy New Year! 🎄 🎅

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