Two of the four winning research programmes in the Anglo-German Foundation's £3mn initiative Creating Sustainable Growth in Europe, from 84 initial proposals, are directed or co-directed by Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) and European Institute staff.
Tobias Kretschmer, Management and Centre for Economic Performance, is directing 'Explaining Productivity Growth in Europe, America and Asia', involving six other LSE academics.
Stephen Machin, CEP and Economics, University College London (UCL), and David Soskice, European Institute, Wissenschaftzentrum Berlin, and Political Science, Duke, are co-directing 'The Economics and Politics of Employment, Migration and Social Justice', coordinated by Christian Dustmann, Economics, UCL.
Click here to read more information on this intiative from the Anglo-German Foundation
For further information on the programme 'Explaining Productivity Growth in Europe, America and Asia' please go to: http://cep.lse.ac.uk/research/agf/
For further information about the programme 'The Economics and Politics of Employment, Migration and Social Justice' please contact Christian Dustmann (tel: 020 7679 5832, email firstname.lastname@example.org).
18 May 2006