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Patient people are wealthier
How Do House Prices Drive Spending?
Inequalities at birth persist into the next generation
Lower minimum wages for young increase their employment
Financial trouble from generation to generation
Does earmarked parental leave affect the intra-household income distribution?
How far are labor supply behavior from Homo Economicus?
How big is inequality in life expectancy?
Childhood wealth is a strong predictor of wealth in adulthood nearly three decades later
Strength and weaknesses of using top income shares as inequality measures
Stimulus Policy: Why not let people spend their own money?
3 personality traits affect what you earn
Who evades taxes in developed countries?
Children are the main course of gender inequality in earnings
FOTO: Niels Ahlmann Olesen / Ritzau Scanpix
How does a financial crises spread to the real economy?
Family labor supply responses to health shocks
Do bequests increase wealth inequality?
The Bank of Mum and Dad as young adult's social insurance
New evidence from CEBI researchers, referred to in the Economist, shows that, when short of cash,
CEBI research about consumer spending during the COVID-19 lock-down
covered in article in The New York Times and in Die Welt
CEBI organizes the Economic Policy Research Network conference June 18
This year the topic is COVID-19: Economic Consequences and Policy Response
How to stimulate the Danish economy after the COVID-19 lockdown
Recent research from CEBI provides key estimate for the current discussions about the right fiscal
Torben Heien Nielsen and Itzik Fadlon's research paper Family Labor Supply Responses to Severe Health Shocks
Evidence from Danish Administrative Records has been accepted for publication in American Economic
The contagious nature of a vaccine scare
Mette Gørtz and Mette Ejrnæs find that highly-educated mothers were apparently more sensitive to
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3 Sept. - 4 Sept. 2020
Third Conference on New Consumption Data
The goal of the conference is to bring people interested in the topic together to present new research using these new data and methods to measure spending, discuss pros and cons and exchange best practices, etc.
17 Sept. 2020, 14:15-15:30
Zoe Cullen, Harvard Business School
Seminar arranged by Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI)
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