Media briefings

The Royal Economic Society produces a selection of media briefings, summarising the latest economic research findings, for the RES Annual Conference 2022 - #RES2022. 

13 Apr 2022

Words matter for job applicants

Media briefings

13 Apr 2022

Nudges and the climate

Media briefings

13 Apr 2022

Social values and the aspirations of the young

Media briefings

13 Apr 2022

Access to childcare vital for mothers’ mental health: Evidence from school closures

Media briefings

13 Apr 2022

Do managers who hire workers develop biases?

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13 Apr 2022

The making of France

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12 Apr 2022

Wars and city sizes

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12 Apr 2022

The deep roots of inequality

Media briefings

12 Apr 2022

Turnout and the voting process: Even small changes to the voting process can affect voter turnout

Media briefings

12 Apr 2022

Consumers and the COVID-19 pandemic

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12 Apr 2022

Television and well-being

Media briefings

12 Apr 2022

Brexit and UK university applications: Evidence on the effect of the Brexit vote on university applications in the UK

Media briefings

12 Apr 2022

Zoomshock - The effects of working from home: How working from home will affect local neighbourhoods

Media briefings

12 Apr 2022

The effects of lost classroom time

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11 Apr 2022

How can the UK achieve net zero by 2050?

Media briefings

11 Apr 2022

Bad science: the role of media coverage in retractions of journal articles

Media briefings

11 Apr 2022

The effects of COVID-19 on football players

Media briefings

11 Apr 2022

Visual bias in the news

Media briefings

11 Apr 2022

Unequal access to sick pay can accelerate a pandemic

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11 Apr 2022

Does air pollution disrupt sleep?

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