Centre for Economic Policy Research

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CEPR promotes independent, objective analysis and public discussion of open economies and the relations among them. CEPR coordinates the activities of an international network of over 600 research fellows and affiliates, bringing economic research to bear on the analysis of medium- and long-range policy questions. The center's research ranges from open-economy macroeconomics to trade policy and from the economic transformation of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and the CIS to European competition policy. There is a particular emphasis on all aspects of European integration. CEPR undertakes a wide variety of research that addresses European policy issues and publishes over 500 discussion papers annually in addition to monographs, newsletters, and policy reports.


CEPR's website for policy analysis from leading economists. Daily columns, videos, events and publications. CEPR's former President, Richard Baldwin, is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of VoxEU.

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