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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

  • Market segmentation through information 

    Elliott, M.; Galeotti., A.; Koh., A,; Li, W. (Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, 2021-01-14)
    An information designer has precise information about consumers' preferences over products sold by oligopolists. The designer chooses what information to reveal to differentiated firms who, then, compete on price by making ...
  • The Cost of Carbon Leakage: Britain’s Carbon Price Support and Cross-border Electricity Trade 

    Guo, B.; Newbery, D. (Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, 2020-03-10)
    Note - The change in title and this paper replaces CWPE1951.<br />Carbon taxes create global benefits unless offset by increased emissions elsewhere. An additional carbon tax in one country may cause leakage through imports ...
  • Market Power and Innovation in the Intangible Economy 

    De Ridder, M. (Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, 2019-03-25)
    This paper offers a unified explanation for the slowdown of productivity growth, the decline in business dynamism and the rise of market power. Using a quantitative framework, I show that the rise of intangible inputs – ...
  • Invoicing and the Dynamics of Pricing-to-market: Evidence from UK Export Prices around the Brexit Referendum 

    Corsetti, G.; Crowley, M. A.; Han, L. (Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, 2018-10-17)
    We provide micro-econometric evidence that, following the large and persistent sterling depreciation after the Brexit referendum, on impact, exchange rate pass-through (ERPT) was complete for transactions invoiced in ...

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