The new labour inequalities. Why jobs are polarizing

By Gregory Verdugo What is job polarization? Over the past three decades, work has taken a new turn. While the post-World War II period saw a decline...

Does the impact of economic policy depend on what we know?

By Paul Hubert and Giovanni Ricco Do the effects of monetary policy depend on the information available to consumers and business? In this note we analyze...

Distributive justice, social norms and the diversity of demands for redistribution

By Gilles Le Garrec When considering the preference for redistribution at the individual level, the first thing we notice is that people with lower...




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Financialisation Risks and Economic Performance

Jérôme Creel, Paul Hubert, Fabien Labondance




Edinburgh New Economic Paradigm Initiative Workshop, Shifting paradigms for fiscal policy

Xavier Ragot


Workshop Empirical Monetary Economics

Keynote speakers : Ester Faia (Goethe University Frankfurt) and Simon Gilchrist (Boston University)
Paris, France


Does Monetary Policy generate Asset Price Bubbles?

Paul Hubert (OFCE, Sciences Po)
American Economic Association (AEA) 2018 Conference
Philadelphia, Etats-Unis



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