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A new policy brief from EconPol Europe analyses current vaccine production contracts and recommends an optimal contract design to boost availability. The policy implications, say authors, are very clear: contracts should contain incentives for accelerated production, with vaccines delivered early commanding a higher price.
EconPol Research Questions Impact of Robotization: New Study Finds Smaller Productivity Effects and Falling Wages
Robotization has significantly lower productivity effects than previously assumed and may cause falling wages, according to a new study from EconPol Europe.
International experts surveyed by EconPol Europe expect the election of Joe Biden to boost economic growth in their countries. The survey of 843 experts from 107 countries reveals they expect the Democratic candidate’s win to add 1.16 percentage points on average to growth in 2021.
A change in US monetary policy could impact global exchange rates
“Sacrificing lives does not save the economy” is the stark conclusion of a new policy report from EconPol Europe.