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Blog posts and media articles

August 2019

John Van Reenen | Why no-deal Brexit is a battle for the soul of our nation | LSE Brexit Blog | 27 August 2019

Erik Berglöf | Planetary Thinking | Project Syndicate | 21 August 2019

Swati Dhingra referenced | Brexit has chilling effect on UK inward investment | Financial Times | 21 August 2019

Xavier Jaravel and Erick Sager | Trade with China benefited US consumers | LSE Business Review blog | 20 August 2019

Monica Langella and Alan Manning | Residential mobility in the UK: how distance and local economic conditions drive residential choices | LSE British Politics and Policy Blog | 19 August 2019

Xavier Jaravel and Erick Sager | Despite job losses, lower prices from trade with China have left US households massively better off | LSE USAPP blog | 14 August 2019

Xavier Jaravel and Erick Sager | Gains to U.S. consumers from Chinese imports could help compensate job losses | LSE News | 8 August 2019

Swati Dhingra and Josh De Lyon | Long read: Post-Brexit trade policy must serve British society, not just free trade | LSE Brexit Blog | 5 August 2019

 

July 2019

Thomas Sampson referenced | What is the effect of the falling pound on Brexit Britain? | Financial Times | 30 July 2019

Nicholas Stern referenced | China is on track to meet its climate change goals nine years early | New Scientist | 26 July 2019

Keyu Jin referenced | The business case against Bretton Woods | Financial Times | 25 July 2019

Charles Bean and Richard Layard referenced | Why GDP is no longer the most effective measure of economic success | World Finance | 25 July 2019

Michael Amior and Alan Manning Workers respond to local job losses by migrating and changing the commute | LSE Business Review | 23 July 2019

Maitreesh Ghatak referenced | Inclusive growth dividend - an alternative income transfer | livemint | 18 July 2019

Stephen Machin referenced | How phonics took over English schools | The Economist | 18 July 2019

Keyu Jin The Art of Wait and See | Project Syndicate | 11 July 2019

Keyu Jin referenced | What did we truly learn from Summer Davos 2019? | CGTN | 4 July 2019

January 2019

Maitreesh Ghatak | Rahul Gandhi's New "Game-Changing" Scheme Could Work - If Only... | NDTV | 30 January 2019

Keyu Jin referenced | Trade war with the US means a China crisis is nothing to worry about | The Times | 29 January 2019

Nicholas Stern referenced | Brazil’s Bolsonaro sings a song of human folly at Davos | Asia Times | 23 January 2019

Nicholas Stern comments | Climate Change’s Giant Impact on the Economy: 4 Key Issues | The New York Times | 17 January 2019 

Nicholas Stern referenced | Immediate fossil fuel phaseout could arrest climate change- study | The Guardian | 15 January 2019

Stephen Machin and Giulia Giupponi’s research referenced | Plenty of Uber Drivers Love Their Jobs Too | Bloomberg Opinion | 15 January 2019

Stephen Machin and Richard Murphy’s research referenced | Brexit, xenophobia and international students: how to combat ‘public paranoia’ over immigration | The Conversation | 9 January 2019

Antonio Ciccone(MSc EME alumnus) and Francesco Caselli | The modest role of human capital in explaining international income gaps | LSE Business Review | 8 January 2019

Thomas Sampson referenced | Should the world care about Brexit? | Financial Times | 8 January 2019

Nicholas Barr, Wouter den Haan, Swati Dhingra, Charles Goodhart, Ethan Ilzetzki, Stephen Machin, Christopher Pissarides and Ricardo Reis feature | Economists predict the UK economy’s trajectory in 2019Financial Times | 2 January 2019

Stephen Machin and Lee Elliot Major referenced | French university admissions: the crème de la crème | Times Higher Education | January 2019

December 2018

Keyu Jin | Opinion: Forty years since Deng | CGTN.COM | 18 December 2018

Nicholas Stern referenced | Tackle climate or face financial crash, say world's biggest investors | The Guardian | 10 December 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Make the debate fruitful | The Economic Times | 6 December 2018

Nicholas Stern referenced| How to sell climate change and save the planet | Financial Times | 5 December 2018

Xavier Jaravel and Kirill Borusyak’s research referenced | Trump and Xi declared a trade war truce, but it won't make the holidays cheaper—here's why | CNBC Make It | 5 December 2018

Mervyn King | May’s Brexit Deal Is a Betrayal of Britain | Bloomberg Opinion | 4 December 2018

Swati Dhingra referenced | Global economy: Not alarming but worrying | The Telegraph India | 3 December 2018

Nicholas Stern referenced | Climate change: populism vs Paris | Financial Times | 2 December 2018

November 2018

Swati Dhingra and Josh De Lyon | What would it be like? | London Review of Books | 8 November 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak referenced | Fragile states | Dawn | 6 November 2018

Tim Besley referenced | Fragile states | Dawn | 6 November 2018

October 2018

Tim Besley | Crossrail 2 in the context of a national strategy | RTM | 30 October 2018

Lee Elliot Major and Stephen Machin | Why Don’t We Just…Pay People Properly | The Big Issue North | 29 October 2018

Christine Whitehead referenced | Renters find their voice on ‘broken housing system’ | Financial Times | 27 October 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak interviewed | On shaky ground | India Today | 19 October 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Pricing social returns in economic growth | Business Standard | 18 October 2018

Nikhil Datta, Giulia Giupponi and Stephen Machin | Do gig workers really value flexibility - or would they prefer guaranteed work? | apolitical | 18 October 2018

Keyu Jin referenced | What can British SMEs learn from Chinese innovation? | Real Business | 18 October 2018

Jonathan Leape referenced | Global aid, local focus: the mission to end poverty by 2030 | Yahoo News | 17 October 2018

Keyu Jin referenced | Five things you need to know about the future of money and finance | WIRED | 16 October 2018

Guy Michaels referenced | UK automation picks up as flow of European workers slows ahead of Brexit | Reuters | 14 October 2018

Nicholas Stern | Indonesia is showing the way on sustainable growth | Financial Times | 12 October 2018

Nicholas Stern | We must reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero or face more floods | The Guardian | 8 October 2018

Nava Ashraf referenced | Putting the family in economics | University Affairs | 5 October 2018

Alan Manning referenced | Unpacking Amazon’s Minimum-Wage Increase | Human Resource Executive | 2 October 2018

Charles Bean referenced | The next financial crisis will be brought on by inadequate regulation, top economist says | Yahoo Finance | 1 October 2018

September 2018

Lee Elliot Major and Stephen Machin Social mobility requires far more than a good education | The Guardian | 27 September 2018

Stephen Machin referenced | Row erupts over Labour’s 10% shares plan for UK workers | Financial Times | 24 September 2018

Matthew Levy comments | How to get people to behave better? Use carrots, not sticks | The Guardian | 21 September 2018

Ethan Ilzetzki, Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff’s research referenced | China’s currency will not replace the US dollar | Financial Times | 19 September 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak interviewed | Economist Maitreesh Ghatak: At the moment, the GDP is at a four-year low | National Herald | 17 September 2018

Nicholas Stern referenced | Climate summit ends with a double-edged message | Kuwait Times | 15 September 2018 

Nicholas Stern referenced | China applauded for leading int’l efforts in tackling climate change | Ecns.cn | 14 September 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak interviewed | Show me the black money | India Today | 8 September 2018

Nicholas Stern referenced | Runaway climate change still ‘a real possibility’: UN Secretary-General | India Blooms | 6 September 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak in conversation | ‘Stormy times, but stay optimistic’ | The Telegraph | 3 September 2018

Eric Maskin and Christopher Pissarides added to Board | Cryptic Labs Adds Two Nobel Laureates in Economics to Spearhead Economics Advisory Board | Fintech Finance | September 2018

August 2018

Christine Whitehead referenced | How can the government better address the housing needs of older people? | LSE London Blog | 20 August 2018

July 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak among the discussants | Broken Ladder: Anirudh Krishna workshop report | South Asia @ LSE Blog | 27 July 2018

Silvana Tenreyro interviewed | Economics can be ‘aggressive’, says Silvana Tenreyro, Monetary Policy Committee’s lone woman voice | Evening Standard | 20 July 2018

Thomas Sampson and Ian Begg interviewed | Brexit White Paper seen as ambiguous on UK-EU relationship: Brexit Experts | NBD | 17 July 2018

Nicholas Stern Climate change will force us to redefine economic growth | The European Sting | 12 July 2018

Keyu Jin China presses on America’s pain points in the trade war | Financial Times | 11 July 2018

Nicholas Stern Climate change will force us to redefine economic growth | World Economic Forum | 11 July 2018

Matteo Sandi writes about research with Stephen Machin Big Crime Rises, Big Crime Falls: New Evidence of the Impact of Prices, Policing and Policy | Data Impact Blog | 10 July 2018 

Thomas Sampson Higher inflation, lower wages and decreasing output: Brexit is starting to negatively affect the UK economy | Brexit Blog | 10 July 2018

Josh De Lyon and Swati Dhingra Opinion: Trade, regulation and non-tariff barriers | CGTN | 9 July 2018

June 2018

Nava Ashraf among those selected | 25 Top Behavioural Economists| The Best Schools | 29 June 2018 

Sitong Ding | Studying Economics for the Joy of Understanding | CERGE-EI Blog | 28 June 2018

Nicholas Stern interviewed | Nicholas Stern: Robust policy and good governance crucial | The Indian Express | 26 June 2018

Thomas Sampson cited | Airbus tells Britain it wants details of a Brexit deal, or else | The New York Times | 22 June 2018

Christopher Pissarides interviewed | Christopher Pissarides: ‘I’d like to see a UK equivalent of Germany’s Work 4.0 white paper’ | LSE Business Review | 22 June 2018

Thomas Sampson cited | Airbus tells Britain it wants details of a Brexit deal, or it might leave the country | The Business Times | 23 June 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Poverty and Inequality in a ‘Principles of Economics’ Textbook | Economic and Political Weekly | 16 June 2018

Nicholas Stern | The Swansea Bay tidal power lagoon would bring many benefits | The Guardian | 10 June 2018

Swati Dhingra, Stephen Machin, Rui Costa and Rebecca Freeman’s research referenced | Britain’s brittle strengths | The Financial Times | 8 June 2018

Silvana Tenreyro referenced | BoE’s Tenreyro says UK can afford to leave rates on hold in June | The Financial Times | 4 June 2018

Swati Dhingra | Trade Creates Losers. Here’s How to Help Them | The Huffington Global | 29 May 2018

Gianluca Benigno’s research referenced | How an average salary in London compares to other big cities | Verdict | 25 May 2018

Keyu Jin referenced | Nine Decades of Growth: The Luxembourg Stock Exchange Celebrates Its 90th Anniversary | Mondo Visione | 17 May 2018

Stephen Machin featured | Deep Impact | Society Now, magazine of ESRC | Spring 2018

May 2018

Swati Dhingra | Trade creates losers. Here’s how to help them | The Economist | 28 May 2018

Christopher Pissarides referenced | Nobel winner Sir Christopher Pissarides's advice: retrain for rise of robots | The Sunday Times | 20 May 2018

Charlotte Knights (Department Manager) | Meet an LGBT+ Ally | LSE Staff News | 17 May 2018

Swati Dhingra referenced | US-UK FTA could 'destroy large parts of British farming', report warns | Farming UK | 16 May 2018

Guy Michaels and Georg Graetz’s research referenced | Why robots are not taking our jobs | SME | 14 May 2018

Gharad Bryan and colleagues referenced | Business approach to fighting poverty | The Manila Times Online | 13 May 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | The big bank theory | Ideas for India | 11 May 2018

Stephen Machin | Becoming a Research Institute: the Centre for Economic Performance | ESRC Blog | 10 May 2018

Wouter Den Haan, Martin Ellison, Ethan Ilzetzki, Michael McMahon and Ricardo Reis | Why the Bank of England should stay put and not raise rates now: the view of leading economists | LSE Business Review | 9 May 2018

Christopher Pissarides subject of article (in Greek) | The Academy of Athens welcomed Nobel-prize economist Christopher Pissarides as a new member | Kathimerini | 8 May 2018

Jeremiah Dittmar referenced | Secularising Europe’s economy | The Hindu | 8 May 2018

Philippe Aghion and Benedicte Berner | Macron’s Reform Train Will Not be Derailed | Project Syndicate | 8 May 2018

Guy Michaels referenced | Report: Robots are creating more jobs in Germany | Vision Systems Design | 3 May 2018

Alan Manning referenced | Supply Chain News: What Countries are Most Ready for Robots and AI? | Supply Chain Digest | 2 May 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Ashok Mitra- End of an Era | Loose Leaves (Maitreesh Ghatak’s Blog) | 1 May 2018

April 2018

Keyu Jin | A US trade war could propel China to hasten reforms at home | Financial Times | 30 April 2018

Alan Manning
referenced | Farmers face labour ‘struggle’ after Brexit | Farmers Weekly | 22 April 2018

Nava Ashraf referenced | De víctimas a empresarios exitosos | El Meridiano | 18 April 2018

Philippe Aghion referenced | Philippe Aghion: Il y a, en France, un problème d'inculture économique | Les Echos.fr | 11 April 2018

Jonathan Leape referenced | Why real change is finally coming to Africa | Money Week | 12 April 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Did India grow slower than the world when the Nehru-Gandhis were in power? | South Asia @ LSE Blog | 9 April 2018

Ricardo Reis, Luis Garicano and colleagues referenced | Debt Mutualization, Inflation And Populism In The Eurozone – Analysis | Eurasia Review | 6 April 2018

Keyu Jin | How the West misread Xi: China abolished term limits to ensure effective governance, not one-man rule | South China Morning Post | 5 April 2018

Thomas Sampson | Britain is already paying a price for voting to leave the EU | LSE Brexit Blog | 5 April 2018

Keyu Jin | The West Is Wrong About China’s President | Project Syndicate | 3 April 2018

March 2018

Alan Manning comments | Brexit migration curbs would 'very likely' hit output - MAC report | Relocate Global | 27 March 2018

Alan Manning’s research referenced | Cutting EU migration very likely to hit growth – official advisers | The Guardian | 27 March 2018

Alan Manning’s research referenced | UK Employers Concerned About Brexit Migration Restrictions | Bloomberg Business | 27 March 2018

Alan Manning’s research featured | Businesses in ALL sectors fear the loss of migrant workers after Brexit because they can offer better skills at lower costs, Government is warned | The Daily Mail | 27 March 2018

Alan Manning’s research featured | Brexit Britain, beware: the supply of Europeans is drying up | The Guardian | 27 March 2018

Nicholas Stern referenced | Belt and Road plan could ease climate change: experts | The Straits Times | 25 March 2018

Nicholas Stern among the speakers at The Economic Summit of the China Development Forum 2018 | B&R Initiative should be viewed as a global project: panellists | China.org.cn | 25 March 2018

Nicholas Stern referenced | Trump misunderstands deficit with China: UK economist | China.org.cn | 25 March 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | The Big Bank Theory | Open | 23 March 2018

Guy Michaels interviewed | Female unemployment grows significantly, with pay still squeezed | People Management | 22 March 2018

Philippe Aghion interviewed | Unrest over reforms could be Macron’s ‘defining moment’ | The Irish Times | 22 March 2018

Nicholas Stern to be awarded honorary degree by the University of Oxford | Oxford to honour London School of Economics India centre head | Hindustan Times | 22 March 2018

Guy Michaels interviewed | Female unemployment grows significantly, with pay still squeezed | People Management | 22 March 2018

Philippe Aghion’s research referenced | How and why to search for young Einsteins | The Economist | 22 March 2018

Christine Whitehead talks to BBC Radio 4 about housing (at approximately 1:36:00) | BBC Radio 4 | 21 March 2018

Richard Layard referenced | Immigration does not make local people less happy, world happiness rankings reveal | The Telegraph Business | 14 March 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Economic Growth in India and the Gandhi-Nehrus- Update | Loose Leaves Blog | 14 March 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Sure, Rahul Gandhi Didn't Handle It Well. As For The Question... | NDTV | 13 March 2018

Stephen Machin, Sandra McNally and Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela | Missing the mark at GCSE English: the costly consequences of just failing to get a grade C | Centre for Vocational Education Research | 13 March 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak referenced | PK mode to India’s Growth | Misplaced Emphasis Blog | 12 March 2018

Ethan Ilzetzki, Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff’s research referenced | Not All Global Currencies Are The Same | Angry Bear | 10 March 2018

Philippe Aghion and Benedicte Berner | Macron’s Education Revolution | Project Syndicate | 7 March 2018

Josh Feng and Xavier Jaravel’s research referenced | Why the roots of patent trolling may be in the patent office | Ars Technica | 5 March 2018

Nicholas Stern’s speech referenced | Expert Calls for More Action to Head Off Climate Change | The Detroit Bureau | 2 March 2018

February 2018

Gharad Bryan, Dean Karlan and James Choi’s work referenced | The Power of Religion | The New York Times | 28 February 2018

Thomas Sampson interviewed | Jeremy Corbyn urges a soft Brexit, putting Theresa May in a hard spot | The Washington Post | 26 February 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | New Research on Poverty Traps | Loose Leaves Blog | 25 February 2018

Mervyn King interviewed | Mervyn King: The problem of Debt | Money Week | 23 February 2018 

Camille Landais and colleagues’ work referenced | Should-Read: Henrik Kleven, Camille Landais, and Jakob Egholt Søgaard: Children and Gender Inequality: Evidence from Denmark | Washington Center for Equitable Growth | 23 February 2018

Maria Molina-Domene | Does social media foster polarisation? A close look at the handle @realdonaldtrump | LSE Business Review Blog | 16 February 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Review of Indian Union Budget 2018 (part 2) South Asia @ LSE Blog | 14 February 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Knowledge and Man vs Machine | Loose Leaves (Maitreesh Ghatak’s Blog) | 14 February 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Union Budget 2018: Unpleasant arithmetic and the art of the possible Ideas for India | 13 February 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak Review of Indian Budget 2018 (part 1) | South Asia @ LSE Blog | 13 February 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Commanding Heights Again | Open | 9 February 2018

Keyu Jin discussed in the article | Two women caught our eyes at Davos | The Independent | 7 February 2018

Mervyn King interviewed | King Says Global Debt May Contain Seeds of Next Financial Crisis | Bloomberg Markets | 7 February 2018

Camille Landais and colleagues' work referenced | Children Hurt Women’s Earnings, but Not Men’s (Even in Scandinavia) | The New York Times | 5 February 2018

Camille Landais and colleagues' work referenced | Scandinavian Women Do Not Have It All | Slate | 5 February 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Budget Signals No Achhe Din For Those Looking For Jobs | NDTV | 2 February 2018

Letter to the Editor by Richard Jackman and Savvas Savouri | Markets, prices and a quantity theory of bitcoin | Financial Times | 1 February 2018

January 2018

Alan Manning | The Truth about the Minimum Wage | Foreign Affairs | January/February 2018 issue

Xavier Jaravel and colleagues | How Smart Kids From Low-Income Families Become America’s ‘Lost Einsteins’ | Good | 25 January 2018

Christopher Pissarides interviewed | Davos wrap-up: A sense of optimism on Europe and the global economy | Euractiv | 29 January 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak quoted | Can India afford to ignore UBI? | Fortune India | 29 January 2018

Gianmarco Ottaviano and Giovanni Peri referenced | Anthony Patrick O’Brien: Why immigration is good for the U.S. economy | The Morning Call | 30 January 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak referenced | Can India implement Universal Basic Income?| Money Control | 30 January 2018

Silvana Tenreyro interviewed | BOE’s Tenreyro Says Norway Brexit Deal Would Help Nissan: Paper | Bloomberg Markets | 30 January 2018

Silvana Tenreyro referenced | BOE’s Tenreyro Says Norway Brexit Deal Would Help Nissan: Paper | Bloomberg Markets | 30 January 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak quoted | Can India afford to ignore UBI? | Fortune India | 29 January 2018

Keyu Jin referenced | Financial markets see short-term prosperity but long-term challenges | Doemirates | 26 January 2018

Camille Landais & colleagues’ research included as Daily Chart | The roots of the gender pay gap lie in childhood | The Economist | 26 January 2018

Keyu Jin referenced | ‘America First’ is a hard sell in Davos | The Washington Post | 25 January 2018

Alexander Bell, John Van Reenen, Raj Chetty, Xavier Jaravel | How talented kids from low-income families become America’s ‘Lost Einsteins’ | The Conversation | 24 January 2018

Erik Berglof | The Evolution of the Refugee Crisis | Project Syndicate | 24 January 2018

Maitreesh Ghatak | Aadhaar is fine to stop some kinds of leakage and corruption. But it is no panacea | Economic Times | 23 January 2018

Christopher Pissarides is referenced | The Global Economy is doing just fine, but the Davos Elite is worried | Bloomberg Markets | 22 January 2018

Research by Thomas Sampson reported | The real price of Brexit begins to emerge | The Financial Times | 18 January 2017

Christopher Pissarides and Jacques Bughin | Embracing the New Age of Automation | Project Syndicate | 16 January 2018

Christopher Pissarides quoted | Automation is holding down paychecks, says Nobel Prize-winning economist | Yahoo! Finance | 9 January 2018

Ethan Ilzetzki quoted about digital currencies | Forget Bitcoin- now Dogecoin goes wild | BBC News | 8 January 2018

Philippe Aghion, Ufuk Akcigit, Ari Hyytinen, Otto Toivanen | What Makes an Inventor? | Project Syndicate | 5 January 2018

Alex Bell, Raj Chetty, Xavier Jaravel, Neviana Petkova and John Van Reenen | Exposure to innovation influences who becomes an inventor | LSE Business Review Blog | 5 January 2018

Gharad Bryan and colleagues’ research referenced | How Governments Can Move People to Jobs | Bloomberg View | 3 January 2018

Gianluca Benigno, Wouter den Haan, Swati Dhingra, Ethan Ilzetzki, Christopher Pissarides and Ricardo Reis share their views | Debt and interest rates to be consumers’ big worries, say economists | The Financial Times | 1 January 2018

Gianluca Benigno, Wouter den Haan, Swati Dhingra, Ethan Ilzetzki, Christopher Pissarides and Ricardo Reis share their views | Economists still gloomy on post-Brexit economy | The Financial Times | 1 January 2018

December 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak | Opinion: Gujarat Poll Results Cap BJP’s 2014 Hanover, Start New Chapter in Indian Politics | Budget 18 | 27 December 2017

Orazio Attanasio, Oriana Bandiera, Stephen Machin and Imran Rasul | Ideas for an economics in which people matter | The Guardian | 21 December 2017

Orazio Attanasio, Oriana Bandiera, Richard Blundell, Steve Machin, Rachel Griffith, Imran Rasoul | Dismal ignorance of the ‘dismal science’ – a response to Larry Elliot | Prospect Magazine | 20 December 2017

Wouter Den Haan, Ethan Ilzetzki, Martin Ellison, Michael McMahon, and Ricardo Reis | Why economists are relaxed about bitcoin | LSE Business Review Blogs | 20 December 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak quoted in BBC News | India: Is Gujarat synonymous with development thanks to Modi? | BBC News | 14 December 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak and others | The Gujarat Model - An obituary and a warning | Ecologise.in | 6 December 2017

Report on Xavier Jaravel's research | Groundbreaking empirical research shows where innovation really comes from | Matthew Yglesias for VOX | 5 December 2017

Alwyn Young referenced in The Gulf Time Emirates Business |  The Economics Data Revolution has Growing Pains | The Gulf Time Emirates Business | 4 December 2017

Mervyn King | James Meade, Novel Laureate 1977 | LSE History Blogs | 1 December 2017

Alan Manning and Barbara Petrongolo | If we want to create jobs in local areas, the idea of ‘local’ needs to be revisited | LSE Business Review Blogs | 1 December 2017

November 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak and Sanchari Roy | Why so many Economists are Disillusioned with the ‘Gujarat Model’ | The Wire | 29 November 2017

Vítor Constâncio speaks about the contribution of Ricardo Reis to macroeconomics as he’s awarded the Bernacer Prize | Ricardo Reis’ contribution to Macroeconomics | European Central Bank | 24 November 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak | When Gujarat Model Fails, Bring in ‘Padmavati’ | NDTV | 24 November 2017

Holger Breinlich, Elsa Leromain, Dennis Novy & Thomas Sampson | UK households are already paying an average of £404pa for Brexit | LSE Brexit Blog | 21 November 2017

Nicholas Stern | Comment from Professor Lord Nicholas Stern on outcomes of COP23 | Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment press release | 18 November 2017

Thomas Sampson | The reality of No Deal, part three: chaos at Calais | Prospect | 13 November 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak | Talk Point: Gujarat’s growth rate of income stayed the same before and after Modi | The Print | 9 November 2017

Gianmarco Ottaviano quoted in Euronews | Trump said America's economy was better than Japan's and he was probably right | Euronews | 9 November 2017

V Bhaskar, Robin Linacre and Stephen Machin | Dark web: The economics of online drugs markets | LSE Business Review Blog | 6 November 2017

Josh De Lyon, Swati Dhingra, and Stephen Machin | The Brexit vote has caused a significant rise in prices, especially food | LSE Brexit Blog | 3 November 2017

October 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak | Gujarat model: The gleam of state’s high growth numbers hides dark reality of poverty, inequality | Scroll.in | 25 October 2017

David Lagakos and Ethan IIzetzki I The macroeconomic benefits of increasing tax enforcement in Pakistan I IGC blog | 20 October 2017

Gerad Padro I Miquel I The historical roots of the Catalan crisis: How we got to where we are I LSE EUROPP Blog | 19 October 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak I India needs to create greater economic opportunities for all | The Economic Times Blog | 9 October 2017

September 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak I Economic Determinants of the Maoist Conflict in India | Economic & Political Weekly (subscription access) | 30 September 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak I Where Modi Has Gone Wrong With India's Economy | NDTV | 27 September 2017

Philippe Aghion and Benedicte Berner | The two pillars of French economic reform | The Jordan Times | 18 September 2017

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Podcasts, videos and interviews

August 2019

Keyu Jin features (Video) | China: A New World Order | BBC Two | 29 August 2019

Maitreesh Ghatak features (Video) | Elon Musk and Andrew Yang support Universal Basic Income — here's what it could mean for Americans | CNVBC Make It | 16 August 2019

Keyu Jin interviewed (Video) | China Is Changing Strategy in Trade War, Says LSE's Jin | Bloomberg Surveillance | 13 August 2019

Nicholas Stern interviewed (Podcast) | Putting a price on carbon | BBC World Service | 12 August 2019

Maitreesh Ghatak (Video) | Is poverty self-perpetuating | VoxDev | 7 August 2019

Christine Whitehead interviewed (Podcast) | 6. Ask The Expert: Future of Housing | 3 solutions for the next PM | Social Market Foundation | August 2019

 

July 2019

John Van Reenen (Video) | The Rise of Superstar Firms | VOX CEPR Policy Portal | 16 July 2019

Christine Whitehead among those interviewed (Podcast) | 6. Ask the Expert: Future of Housing | 3 solutions for next PM | Social Market Foundation- Think Tank | 12 July 2019

Oriana Bandiera and Fraser Clark (BSc Economics alumnus) (Video) | #whateconomistsreallydo | STICERD | 9 July 2019

Keyu Jin among the speakers (Video) | The Global Economic Outlook: View from Asia | World Economic Forum | 3 July 2019

Swati Dhingra (Video) | Did Brexit break the bank? | VOX CEPR Policy Portal | July 2019

January 2019

Keyu Jin interviewed | Huawei will be ‘fine’ even despite international pressure: Academic | CNBC | 23 January 2019

Keyu Jin among the speakers | China Economic Outlook | World Economic Forum | 23 January 2019

Christopher Pissarides among the speakers | IoT Powering the Digital Economy - CNBC Panel at the Davos World Economic Forum | Schneider Electric and CNBC | 23 January 2019

Keyu Jin among the speakers | The Debt Time Bomb (Video)| World Economic Forum | 23 January 2019

Keyu Jin interviewed | London School of Economics Professor on China's economy: The trade war has come as a benefit in disguise | Fox Business | 22 January 2019

Keyu Jin among the speakers | Rethinking Global Financial Risk (Video) | World Economic Forum | 22 January 2019

Maitreesh Ghatak | Why Do People Stay Poor? | Presidency University | 16 January 2019

December 2018

Camille Landais and Giulia Giupponi | Short-time work (Podcast) | VOX CEPR Policy Portal | 7 December 2018

Valentino Larcinese (Speaker) and Oriana Bandiera (Chair) | Saving Democracy from Politicians. Do We Need Professional Representatives? (Podcast) | LSE Department of Government | 6 December 2018

November 2018

Oriana Bandiera | Royal Economic Society Public Lecture 2018: What economists really do (Video) | Royal Economic Society | 28 November 2018

Oriana Bandiera, Dr Himanshu, Peter Lanjouw, Michael Lipton, Nicholas Stern (Speakers) and Tim Besley (Chair) | How Lives Change: Palanpur, India, and development economics (Podcast) | LSE India Observatory and STICERD | 22 November 2018

Charles Bean referenced in Scottish Parliament | Debate: Scotland’s Economic Future and Economic Data | The Scottish Parliament | 22 November 2018

Thomas Sampson interviewed | Live Brexit Q&A | 38 Degrees and The UK in a Changing EU | 22 November 2018

Claudia Robles-Garcia (PhD student and Job Market Candidate) interviewed| Q&A with Claudia Robles-Garcia, the CEPR-TFI prizewinner 2018 | Think Forward Initiative | 12 November 2018

October 2018

Stephen Machin joins hosts Franz Buscha and Matt Dickson | Policy Matters: How economists can inform policymakers in the Home Office | Share Radio | 19 October 2018

Laurence Ball (speaker) and Ricardo Reis (Chair) | The Fed and Lehman Brothers: setting the record straight on a financial disaster | LSE Department of Economics | 1 October 2018

September 2018

Charles Bean discusses | How central banks have responded to the 2008 financial crisis | CNBC | 10 September 2018

August 2018

Camille Landais and colleagues’ research referenced in Netflix and Vox series, Explained | Season 1, Episode 18: Why women are paid less | Netflix and Vox | August 15 2018

Robin Burgess | Ideas for development | VoxDev | 8 August 2018

July 2018

Christopher Pissarides | ECB is doing a good job, economist says | CNBC | 26 July 2018

Tim Besley among the speakers | Event: A new approach to state fragility | IGC | 20 July 2018

Nicholas Stern interviewed | Hard Brexit Has 5-7% Negative Impact on GDP Over 15 Years, Stern Says | Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe | 11 July 2018

Jesse Norman (Speaker) and Tim Besley (Chair) | Adam Smith: what he thought, and why it matters (Podcast) | Centre for Macroeconomics and Department of Economics | 9 July 2018

Tim Besley | Escaping the fragility trap | VOX CEPR Policy Portal | 6 July 2018

Christopher Pissarides | Premature to Buy Bunds at `Silly Levels,' Credit Suisse Says | Bloomberg Surveillance | 2 July 2018

Christopher Pissarides discusses | Early U.K. Election Unlikely, LSE’s Pissarides Says | Bloomberg Surveillance | 2 July 2018

June 2018

Swati Dhingra, Karl Whelan, Luc Frieden and Tim Phillips | The economics of Brexit | Vox CEPR Policy Portal | 29 June 2018

Christopher Pissarides interviewed | ‘I’d like to see a UK equivalent of Germany’s Work 4.0 white paper’ | LSE Business Review | 22 June 2018

Christopher Pissarides interviewed | A roadmap for the future of work | Institute For The Future Of Work | 13 June 2018

Philippe Aghion | Finance, Competition and Innovation-Based Growth | LSE Podcasts | 5 June 2018

Robin Burgess | Evidence to practice: Context-based data collection | VoxDev (audio) | 3 June 2018

Stephen Machin interviewed | Stephen Machin view on the impact of technology on the wage gap | Festival Economia | 1 June 2018

Judith Shapiro | Economics of Gender: An Asian and Comparative Perspective | LSE PKU Summer School | June 2018

Christopher Pissarides interviewed | How can we make labor shifts work for people? | McKinsey Global Institute | May 2018

April 2018

Keyu Jin interviewed | The Heat: IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings Pt 3 | CGTN America | 20 April 2018

Alan Manning gave evidence to the Home Affairs Parlimentary Committee regarding the post-Brexit migration policy | parliamentlive.tv | 18 April 2018

Keyu Jin interviewed | Surv:DC Doesn’t Have the Will To Take on Big Tech Galloway says | Bloomberg Business Podcast | 10 April 2018

Nava Ashraf interviewed | Will the UK’s sugar tax on soft drinks work? | BBC World Service | 6 April 2018

Christopher Pissarides among the guests | At the forefront of the tech race – what lies ahead for Sweden and the UK. The role of politics | The Embassy of Sweden in London and Natalia Brzezinski| 3 April 2018

March 2018

Christopher Pissarides interviewed | A trade war will hurt those Trump says he's fighting for, says Nobel-winning economist | CNBC | 27 March 2018

Christopher Pissarides’ interview transcript | CNBC Transcript: Christopher Pissarides, Professor, London School of Economics | CNBC | 26 March 2018

Oriana Bandiera interviewed | #2- Development Economics and Empowering the Poorest- Prof. Oriana Bandiera | The London Globalist | 12 March 2018

February 2018

Keyu Jin interviewed | China Does Not Want Trade Escalation with the U.S. | Bloomberg Business | 28 February 2018

Christopher Pissarides | Pissarides: US Trade Tariffs Completely Unjustified | Bloomberg Daybreak Europe | 19 February 2018

Thomas Sampson | Dr Thomas Sampson- Why are the Conservatives so divided over Brexit | LSE Thinks | 19 February 2018

Christine Whitehead  | Squalor/housing | LSE Festival: Beveridge 2.0 – Gearty Grillings | 19 February 2018

Mervyn King | Regulatory System is Absurdly Complex, King Says | Bloomberg | 7 February 2018

Keyu Jin interviewed | Weak Dollar Stance a Form of Currency Manipulation, Says LSE’s Jin | Bloomberg | 1 February 2018

January 2018

Christopher Pissarides | Nobel Laureate Discusses Link Between Wage Growth, Automation | Assettv | 26 January 2018

Keyu Jin China and Trade Agreements | Bloomberg Podcast | 26 January 2018

Keyu Jin among the speakers | Surveillance: Inflation is a Major Risk, Ranbari Says | Bloomberg Surveillance | 26 January 2018

Keyu Jin | Academic: Trade imbalance due to multiple factors | CNBC | 25 January 2018

Thomas Sampson and Dennis Novy interviewed by Tim Phillips | Brexit and living standards | VOX CEPR’s Policy Portal | 8 January 2018

Christopher Pissarides interviewed | How will governments respond to technology replacing jobs | CNBC | 8 January 2018

December 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak interviewed | As BJP wins in Gujarat, take a look at what the much touted Gujarat model is all about | Scroll.in | 9 December 2017

Guy Michaels, Chiara Ravetti and Leif Wenar | Roundtable: Are natural resources a blessing or a curse? | TRT World | 7 December 2017

November 2017

Minouche Shafik, LSE Director and LSE Economics Alumna | Minouche Shafik Says Welfare State Under Huge Pressure | Bloomberg Surveillance | 30 November 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak | Universal Basic Income | LSE South Asia Centre | 24 November 2017

Stephen Machin | ‘Economic Incentives for Criminal Behaviour’ | Royal Economic Society Public Lecture | 22 & 29 November 2017

Kate Raworth speaking, Oriana Bandiera as discussant | Doughnut Economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist | LSE Public Lecture | 23 November 2017

Maitreesh Ghatak | Gujarat Model: Fact or Fiction? | NDTV | 21 November 2017

Christine Whitehead | Is Stamp Duty suffocating the English Housing Market | The Family Building Society | 16 November 2017

Rachael Meager | Does Microfinance Work? | Four Questions podcast | 14 November 2017

Evan Davis, Philip McCann, Alison McGovern & Thomas Sampson | Brexit and trade: Economic effects of Brexit | UK in a Changing Europe | 9 November 2017

Swati Dhingra, Martin Donnelly & Soumaya Keynes | Brexit and Trade: Which trade barriers matter for the UK | UK in a Changing Europe | 9 November 2017

Chad P Bown, Swati Dhingra, and Soumaya Keynes | Trade Talks Episode 10: What If the UK Crashed into a No-Deal Brexit? | Peterson Institute for International Economics podcast | 3 November 2017

David Miles and Ricardo Reis | Elusive inflation and the Great Recession | VOX CEPR’S Policy Portal podcast | 1 November 2017

October 2017

Gianmarco Ottaviano | A Three-Question Interview | Bologna Institute for Policy Research video | 31 October 2017

Daniel Sturm | What Are the Secrets of the German Economy — and Should We Steal Them? | Freakonomics podcast by Greg Rosalsky | 11 October 2017

Alan Manning | Video: ‘Will a Migrant take your job?’ | Migration Matters | 6 October 2017

Rachel Ngai and Barabara Petrongolo | Podcast: How the growing service sector shrank the gender gap | American Economic Association (Chris Fleisher) | 4 October 2017

Nava Ashraf I Altruistic Capital I LSE Research | 2 October 2017

September 2017

Mervyn King | Market Economy Can't Succeed With Near-Zero Rates I Bloomberg podcast | 20 September 2017

Mervyn King I Ramifications of Brexit & how the government is handling the negotiations I BBC Newsnight | 13 September 2017

Professor Paul Dolan, Professor Lord Richard Layard, Liz Zeidler I Podcast: What’s the secret to happiness? I LSE IQ podcast | 5 September 2017

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