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Austerity and the relative success of English football teams

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The impact of changes to the TV industry, the financial crisis and subsequent period of austerity appear to impact on the relative success of English football teams.  

Here, our Director Hector Pollitt combines two of his passions: football and economics and puts forwards so…

Spotlight on Economist Sachin Babbar

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This month’s spotlight blog features our Economist Sachin Babbar, based at our Brussels office.

Sachin tells us why he feels particularly nerdy at the moment, how he was inspired by Tim Harford’s ‘The Undercover Economist’ and why he’s so passionate about GDP!
Tell us about …

International trade – is more, better? Why economists need to take a new look at the role of international trade in the modern economy

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Outdated theories, unrealistic assumptions… our understanding of international trade is skewed.  This latest blog by Hector Pollitt suggests that the ‘more is better’ assumption is too simplistic. In fact, he argues, the benefits of international trade are overplayed and it’s …

Spotlight on Economist Dr Dora Fazekas

Hungarian Economist Dr Dora Fazekas

Dora has recently been appointed Managing Director, Hungary. 

Here she tells us what it’s like opening a new office, what she loves about her particular field of economics and reveals that she’s something of an entrepreneur …
Tell us about your role at Cambridge Econometr…

E3ME, endogenous money and Modern Monetary Theory (MMT)

Endogenous Money Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) E3ME

Unlike most other macroeconomic models, ours (E3ME) includes endogenous money as a core feature (including borrowing by government). 

This difference is important because it allows us to best predict outcomes that might be encountered by our clients.  Find out how…

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