Centre for Economic Policy Research

Fiscal Stimulus and Consumption Expenditures

Fiscal Stimulus and Households' Non-Durable Consumption Expenditures: Evidence from the 2009 Australian Nation Building and Jobs Plan, by Emma Aisbett, Markus Brueckner, Ralf Steinhauser, and Rhett Wilcox

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Fiscal stimulus - Nerthuz

The Cost of Nuclear Electricity

The Cost of Nuclear Electricity: France after Fukushima, by Nicolas Boccard

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Nuclear plant - hornyak

The Slump and Immigration Policy in Europe

The Slump and Immigration Policy in Europe, by Tim Hatton

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Immigration - Andrii Kondiuk

Harsh occupations and retirement

Harsh occupations, life expectancy and social security, by Pierre Pestieau and Maria Racionero

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Aged man working hard

The Centre for Economic Policy (CEPR) began in the Research School of Social Sciences at ANU in 1980, at the initiative of the late Professor Fred Gruen. It was founded on account of a major gap in Australian universities between research and economic policy debate. CEPR was the first institution in Australia to seek to bridge this gap, and continues to inform sound research-led policy.

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