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CSEF - Center for Studies in Economics and Finance

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#468, Cristian Barra, Ornella Wanda Maietta and Roberto Zotti, First, Second and Third Tier Universities: Academic Excellence, Local Knowledge Spillovers and Innovation in Europe

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#466, Pierluigi Conzo, Arnstein Aassve, Giulia Fuochi and Letizia Mencarini, The Cultural Foundations of Happiness

#465, Dimitris Christelis, Michael Ehrmann and Dimitris Georgarakos, Exploring Differences in Household Debt Across the United States and Euro Area Countries

#464, Facundo Alvaredo, Anthony B. Atkinson and Salvatore Morelli, Top Wealth Shares in the UK over more than a Century

#463, Brunella Bruno, Alexandra D’Onofrio and Immacolata Marino, Financial Frictions and Corporate Investment in Bad Times. Who Cut Back Most?

#462, Brunella Bruno, Alexandra D’Onofrio and Immacolata Marino, Determinants of Bank Lending in Europe and the US. Evidence from Crisis and Post Crisis Years