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The classroom and the real world: Claudia Buch on the intersection of academia and policy

Claudia Buch (VP, Deutsche Bundesbank) highlights the importance of evidence-based research and teaching in economics, which is at the centre of CORE Econ's mission.

Wendy Carlin awarded Royal Economic Society Medal

Wendy Carlin was awarded the Royal Economic Society Medal for Services to the Economics Profession, recognising her contribution to CORE Econ and to diversifying the profession.

The interest rate went up, and it's not good news for inequality. Here's why.

The Bank of England raised the main interest rate to 4%. Stone Centre Affiliate Fred Malherbe explains the effects of this decision on inequality: shareholders profit, and monetary policy weakens.

Behavioural responses to estate taxation: evidence from Taiwan

Would an increase in the tax produce higher tax revenues for the government or will this incentivise individuals to change their behaviour by reducing savings or increasing tax avoidance and evasion? Stone Scholar Linda Wu presents her doctoral research, addressing this question with Taiwanese data.

Past Puzzles, Wayward Wisdom, and Contemporary Capitalism

Stone Centre/ExploreEcon award winner Gaurav Khatri reflects on Philippe's Aghion Stone Public Lecture on 'Rethinking capitalism to make it more innovative and more inclusive'.

Meet the Stone Centre PhD Scholars

Stone Centre PhD Fellows Joern Onken and Thomas Lazarowicz introduce themselves, their research, and their ideas to produce CORE Econ educational materials with the support of the Centre.

The Stone Centre sponsors the launch of the UCL Journal of Economics

The Stone Centre at UCL sponsored the launch of the UCL Journal of Economics, the first undergraduate-run, peer-reviewed journal in the UCL Department of Economics.

Meet the Stone Centre Postdocs

Stone Centre Postdoctoral Fellows Tatiana Mocanu and Riccardo Cioffi introduce themselves, the research they do, and their plans for the future. They joined the Stone Centre in late summer 2022 for one year.

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