CEPR


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CEPRCentre for Economic Policy Research (London, UK)
CEPRCenter for Economic and Policy Research (Washington, DC)
CEPRCentre Européen de Prévention des Risques
CEPRCentre for Emergency Preparedness and Response (UK)
CEPRCompromising Emanation Performance Requirement
CEPRConsolidating Economic Policy Reform
CEPRCorps of Engineers Office of the Principal Assistant Responsible for Contracting
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1995), 'Currency unions, economic fluctuations and adjustment: some empirical evidence', CEPR Discussion Paper no.
1991), 'Spain's industrial exports to the EEC: a panel data approach', CEPR Discussion Paper no.
Evidence from regional data', CEPR Discussion Paper no.
1989), Fundamental equilibrium exchange rates for the G7', CEPR discussion paper 343.
Unions give the biggest boost to low-wage workers because these are the workers that, without a union, have the least bargaining power," said John Schmitt, the author of the study and a senior economist at CEPR.
His work has been presented at conferences throughout the world, such as the CEPR Gerzensee European Summer Symposium on Financial Markets.
Paper presented at Project LINK meeting, Lausanne and at the CEPR workshop on Unemployment dynamics.
But CEPR finds that "inflexible" Europe does better on a "social exclusion" test.
Vori (1992), 'National insurance against unevenly distributed shocks', CEPR Discussion Paper 697.
Ottaviano, Universita' di Bologna and CEPR, and Giovanni Peri, NBER and University of California.