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ASE Webinar on Policy-Related Research

Paolo Ramazzotti, managing editor of the Forum for Social Economics, gave a talk about how to undertake policy-related research. Aimed at junior scholars, the session was

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The ASE YouTube page is live and updated with various talks and panel sessions from many ASE members, including the plenary session and 6 of

Call for Papers: ASE Sessions at ASSA 2022

The Multiple Facets of Inequality The conservative revolution of the 1980s led to significant institutional changes that eroded public interventions in the economy. These changes

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