Tomás R. Martínez and Ursula Mello examine the link between trade shocks and asymmetrical labor income risk.
Marta Santamaría, Jaume Ventura, and Uğur Yeşilbayraktar use a newly created dataset to estimate the average border effect on trade between European regions.
Christoph Albert and Joan Monràs explain why immigration and trade shocks have different impacts on regional economies.
Gianluca Benigno, Luca Fornaro and Martin Wolf offer a new perspective on the consequences of financial globalization, and on the appropriate policy interventions to manage it.
André Gröger uses a dataset of Vietnamese households with international migrants to show that domestic and foreign migration decisions are interrelated and jointly determine outcomes at origin.
Edouard Schaal discusses his ERC Starting Grant project in this short video.