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Cambridge Working Papers in Economics (CWPE) is a new series of papers from the Faculty of Economics and the Department of Applied Economics. It supersedes the DAE Working Paper series.


Please note the Working Papers often represent early stages in the presentation of research findings, and should not be quoted without permission.

Recent Submissions

  • The Three Meaningful Votes: Voting on Brexit in the British House of Commons 

    Aidt, T.; Grey, F.; Aidt, T.; Savu, A. (Faculty of Economics, 2019-08-19)
    Why do politicians rebel and vote against the party line when high stakes bills come to the floor of the legislature? We leverage the three so-called Meaningful Votes that took place in the British House of Commons between ...
  • Foreign Direct Investment as a Determinant of Cross-Country Stock Market Comovement 

    Anagnostopoulos, A.; Atesagaoglu, O.; Faraglia, E.; Giannitsarou, C. (Faculty of Economics, 2019-07-22)
    We develop a theoretical framework in order to investigate the link between two recent trends: (i) the rise in cross-country stock market correlations over the past three decades, and (ii) the increase in global foreign ...
  • The Rise of the “No Party” in England 

    Aidt, T.; Rauh, C. (Faculty of Economics, 2019-08-16)
    We document a remarkable increase over the past two and a half decades in the fraction of people in England feeling close to no party – the rise of the “no party” – which, today, is close to constituting an absolute majority. ...
  • Seasonal Flexibility in the European Natural Gas Market 

    Riepin, I.; Müsgens, F. (Faculty of Economics, 2019-08-21)
    The paper focuses on a seasonal demand swing in the European gas market. We quantify and compare the role of different flexibility options (domestic production, pipeline and LNG imports, and gas storages) in covering ...

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