Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy
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CAGE is a research centre in the Department of Economics. Funded by the ESRC, CAGE is carrying out a 5 year programme of innovative research.
Vacation School Spring 2014Find out more
CAGE is sponsoring a 3-day Vacation School on Competitive Advantage in the Digital Economy.
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New CAGE-Chatham House Policy EventRead more
Institutional Corruption? Special Interest Influence in British and American Politics by Dr Mirko Draca.
Latest from CAGE
CAGE-Chatham House Roundtable Meeting, Wednesday 19 March 2014
Myths of the Great WarNew working paper
Download now 9 APR 2014
Education Promoted SecularizationNew working paper
Download now 11 MAR 2014
This CAGE workshop brings together experts on education and labour economics from North America and Europe to discuss their latest research findings on Education, Human Capital and Labour Market Outcomes.
Human well-being and in-work benefits: A randomized controlled trialNew working paper
Download now 03 MAR 2014
In this new CAGE-Chatham House briefing paper, Leandro Prados de la Escosura argues that substantial gains in world human development have been achieved since 1870, but research shows that the main improvement actually occurred between World War I and 1970...5 MAR 2014
The ongoing financial crisis in the Eurozone has focused attention on designing central banking institutions that promote sustainable economic growth, high employment, stable public finances, and financial stability.
A new report, ‘The Future of UK Manufacturing: A New Era of Opportunity and Challenge for the UK’, has just been published by the Government Office for Science. 37 evidence papers were produced as part of this project. Nick Crafts’ and Alan Hughes’ paper ‘Industrial Policy for the Medium and Long-term’ is available as part of the CAGE working paper series.14 JAN 2014
In this new Policy Paper Professor Crafts argues that the crisis has inflicted significant damage to future growth prospects in the Eurozone.