Nyheder fra instituttet
CEBI visitor Alexandre Kohlhas gave a talk about the working of the international job market for economists
The research paper "Beliefs about Public Debt and the Demand for Government Spending"
Using Your Smartphone in Class Does Not Affect Your Learning
The paper "Do you have time to take a walk together? Private and joint time within the household"
In Scandinavia, corona restrictions only led to minor drop in consumer spending
Corona-restriktioner gav kun lille fald i forbrug i Skandinavien
CEBI member David Dreyer Lassen becomes provost for research at the University of Copenhagen
The paper "Nonparametric Analysis of Time-Inconsistent Preferences"
COVID-19 Transmission Within Danish Households
Mette Gørtz and Co-author’s publish in Demography
Long-term positive effects of universal preschool programs
Manufacturing sector remains instrumental for Myanmar’s economic growth
The Bank of Mum and Dad as young adult's social insurance
Understanding the impact of government aid to firms in the COVID-19 pandemic
CEBI research about consumer spending during the COVID-19 lock-down
Mobilbrug i undervisningen skader ikke indlæring
New research reveals what made Danes stay home, and what didn't