Vox is five years old this month

Richard Baldwin, 28 June 2012

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Vox is five years old this month. Here is an extract from the inaugural column:

“What is VoxEU.org?

Vox aims to enrich the economic policy debate in Europe and beyond. On the supply side, Vox makes it easier for serious researchers to contribute. On the demand side, Vox makes the knowledge of researchers more accessible to the public.

Topics: Frontiers of economic research
Tags: VoxEu.org

Rebalancing the Global economy: A Primer for Policymaking

Stijn Claessens, Simon J Evenett, Bernard Hoekman, 23 June 2010

Rebalancing the Global Economy: A Primer for Policymaking

Edited by Stijn Claessens, Simon Evenett and Bernard Hoekman

Published 23 June 2010

URL: http://www.voxeu.org/reports/global_imbalances.pdf
Topics: Global economy
Tags: global imbalances, VoxEu.org

The First Global Financial Crisis of the 21st Century Part II: June – December, 2008

The Editors, 23 February 2009

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Vox’s first compilation of columns on the crisis – what was called the Subprime crisis back then – was not the end of the story. Far from it. Since the publication of that volume in June 2008, the global crisis has both deepened and widened.

Topics: Global crisis
Tags: global financial crisis, VoxEu.org

The First Global Financial Crisis of the 21st Century Part II: June – December, 2008

Carmen M Reinhart, Andrew Felton, 23 February 2009

Edited by Andrew Felton and Carmen Reinhart

Published 23 February 2009

URL: www.voxeu.org
Topics: Global crisis
Tags: global financial crisis, VoxEu.org

Reader survey

The Editors, 14 July 2008

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A couple of weeks into its second year of operation, VoxEU.org would like to get readers’ feedback on the site’s content, features, etc. We would also like to learn a bit more our readers and how they use Vox columns.

Topics: Frontiers of economic research
Tags: survey, VoxEu.org

VoxEU.org is one year old

The Editors, 30 June 2008

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VoxEU.org is celebrating its first birthday today.

Vox’s goal is to raise the level of the policy debate by making it easier for researchers to draw out the policy implications of their research and to make their work more accessible to professional economists in public and private sectors, academics, and journalism.

Topics: Frontiers of economic research
Tags: VoxEu.org

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