The speakers discussed the results of an ODI report on the Sustainable Development Goals.
Risk aversion and the impact of health insurance on household vulnerability: New evidence from the rural Vietnam
This study provides new evidence on the impact of health insurance coverage on household vulnerability using Vietnam Access to Resources Household Surveys (VARHS) during 2010-2012.
In this talk Professor David Vines will discuss a new approach to monetary and fiscal policy.
This paper extends the financial friction model developed by Gertler and Karadi (2011) by including labour market imperfections, nominal wage rigidities and investment adjustment costs as the sluggishness in price and wage adjustments are important in explaining shock transmission.