European Center for Advanced Research in Economics and Statistics
The labor market is undergoing profound changes, raising multiple policy challenges. There is a need to stimulate labor mobility while protecting workers; increase productivity and employment levels while containing income inequality; accommodate globalization and technological change while ensuring equal opportunities for everyone.
Philip Verwimp was interviewed on VRT (flemish public radio) on the Nobel Prize in Economics for Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer. Interview is in Dutch.
Philip VERWIMP has received a grant (2019-2024) from the Higher Academy for Research and Teaching (ARES) to set up a centre for the evaluation of public policies at Moulay Ismail University of Meknes, Morocco.
Working paper : Center-Outward R-Estimation for Semiparametric VARMA Models (WP 2019-25)
Marc Hallin & Davide La Vecchia & H Liu
Working paper : Using Google Trends to Evaluate Cultural Events (WP 2019-24)
O. Gergaud & V. Ginsburgh
Working paper : On Rimbaud’s “Vowels”, Again: Vowels or Colors? (WP 2019-23)
V. Ginsburgh & S. Metzidakis
Working paper : A Lingua Franca in the Post-Brexit EU (WP 2019-22)
V. Ginsburgh & J.D. Moreno Ternero
Do banking crises improve democracy? (2019)
Beni Kouevi-Gath & Pierre-Guillaume Méon & Laurent Weill