Vox views on issues at the Seoul summit

The Editors 12 November 2010

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What can we realistically expect from the G20?

Simon J Evenett, 12 November 2010

The forthcoming Seoul summit marks the end of the second year of the G20's crisis-related activities. This column takes stock of the G20's accomplishments and methods of operation, identifying what can reasonably be expected of the G20 over the medium term. It argues that a series of evolving accommodations – articulated imprecisely to outsiders – is the most that governments and analysts should expect.

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Topics:  Global crisis Global economy

Tags:  vox, G20, Seoul summit

Welcome to Nada Es Gratis, our new Consortium partner

Richard Baldwin 17 April 2010

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Vox welcomes the newest member of the Consortium – the Spanish-language site Nada Es Gratis.

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Topics:  Frontiers of economic research

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Progress report: Vox’s Global Crisis Debate

Richard Baldwin 16 February 2009

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The world is in the midst of an unprecedented economic crisis – a global event unfolding at extraordinary speed and in unanticipated directions.

Born as the ‘subprime crisis’ in Fall 2007, the crisis metastasized in September 2008. Almost overnight, it transformed itself from a landmine, which threatened to do horrible but localised damaged, into a cluster bomb throwing explosive projectiles at a frightful pace in every direction.

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Topics:  Global crisis

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Vox reader statistics

The Editors 19 October 2007

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The site went live on 7 June 2007. With the help of a ‘blast’ to CEPR’s family email list and mentions on a number of widely read blogs,1 the site had 79,000 visits in its first month. As the table shows, that number climbed steadily over the summer to reach to about 132,000 in September.

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Topics:  Frontiers of economic research

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What is VoxEU.org?

The Editors 12 June 2007

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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.

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Topics:  Frontiers of economic research

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