Immigration, Voting and Redistribution: Evidence from European Elections

By Simone Moriconi (IESEG School of Management and LEM), Giovanni Peri (University of California Davis), and Riccardo Turati (Université Catholique de Louvain)

The idea that political support for redistribution and public good provision is lower in societies with high exposure to immigration and diversity is widely acknowledged.… read more ...

7th InsTED Workshop Lancaster 2020

Advances in Institutions, Trade & Economic Development

The 7th InsTED Workshop will be held at the Department of Economics, Lancaster University Management School, from 18-19 September 2020. We invite submissions of theoretical and/or empirical papers at the intersection or union of institutions, trade and economic development.… read more ...

Economic Determinants of Multilateral Environmental Agreements

By Tibor Besedeš (Georgia Institute of Technology), Erik P. Johnson (Carthage College), and Xinping Tian (Hunan University)

Multilateral environmental agreements come in many flavors. Between 1950 and 2012 over 1100 such agreements have been negotiated between countries.… read more ...

Summary of the 6th InsTED Workshop at the University of Nottingham

 

We would like to thank The School of Economics, University of Nottingham, for hosting and sponsoring the 6th InsTED Workshop.  We would also like to thank the Nottingham School of Economics for incorporating The World Economy Lecture into the InsTED Workshop, and Wiley for sponsoring this.… read more ...