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  • data-type - entries (specifies entries processor)
  • data-url - url of page to grab news from (must be a Sitebuilder Data-List or Glossary page)
  • data-noimage - image to replace missing main image
  • data-categories - querying the feed keywords only pull categories specified (multiple seperated by comma - if your tag has a comma in it please escape it with a backslash \,)
  • data-categories-logic - handle multiple categories with logic OR or AND (default OR)
  • data-ignore-categories - do not include the specified categories in the return (comma delimited - if your tag has a comma in it please escape it with a backslash \,)
  • data-filter - filter the {title} based on regular expression (system uses / delimiter - do not add a delimiter, multiple seperated by comma)
  • data-require - requires a variable below to have content (comma delimited - if your tag has a comma in it please escape it with a backslash \,)
  • data-order - any template variable below ASC / DESC (ASC default)
  • data-limit - limit the number of results
  • data-local-href - allow the {href} template variable to link to the data list page (false default)
  • data-schedule-update - force an update of the page (comma delimited - use string value dates described here, preferably in the format 1:30am)

Template Variables

  • {id} - unique ID of post
  • {title} - title of post
  • {categories} - comma delimited categories
  • {publicationDate} - publication date in default style i.e. Friday 6 Jun 2014
  • {publicationDateTS} - publication date millsecond timestamp
  • {lastUpdated} - last updated date in default style i.e. Friday 6 Jun 2014
  • {lastUpdatedTS} - last updated date millsecond timestamp
  • {image} - widest image in the content, if empty can have default applied by attribute data-noimage
  • {excerpt} - content stripped of HTML tags
  • {excerptParagraph(x)} - Any paragraphs found in the content where x corresponds to the order in which it is found stripped of HTML tags
  • {content} - content
  • {contentParagraph(x)} - Any paragraphs found in the content where x corresponds to the order in which it is found
  • {metadata} - metadata
  • {contentUrl(x)} - Any urls found in the content will create a set of links where x corresponds to the order in which it is found
  • {image(x)} - Any images found in the content will create a set of links where x corresponds to the order in which it is found
  • {href} - link to news post

Example

<div id="entries" data-type="entries" data-url="/fac/soc/economics/research/centres/cage/manage/featured/">
<h2> <a href="{href}">{title}</a> </h2>
<p><img src="{image}" alt="{title}" border="0" /> </p>
<p> {excerpt} </p>
<p> ID: {id} </p>
<p> Metadata: {metadata} </p>
</div>

Output

"Can India grow faster? Answers from history"

On Wednesday 15th July 2015 the Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy launched a new policy briefing paper by CAGE researcher, Dr Tirthankar Roy: "Can India grow faster? Answers from history."

ID: 094d43454bfe390b014c31932087696d

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'Out of the frying pan or into the fire? Unfinished business in the euro zone'

'Out of the frying pan or into the fire? Unfinished business in the euro zone'

Special CAGE Seminar, 12 November 2pm - 3pm Paul Taylor (Reuters European Affairs Editor) will give a talk on 'Out of the frying pan or into the fire? Unfinished business in the euro zone'

ID: 094d434549852a9901498a1194230624

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Advantage magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1

Advantage magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1

Welcome to Advantage magazine. This new publication provides a wide range of articles which reflect the breadth and depth of research undertaken at CAGE. We hope you enjoy reading it.

ID: 094d434553e1cda7015404af00825a8c

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Are 'happy' workers more productive?

Are 'happy' workers more productive?

New briefing paper by Dr Daniel Sgroi and Dr Eugenio Proto: ‘Happiness and Productivity: Understanding the Happy-Productive Worker.’

ID: 094d43f54fcc38e2014fff836ccc4f6c

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Argentina debt relief and vultures: what are the lessons for Europe?

Argentina debt relief and vultures: what are the lessons for Europe?

Sovereign debt continues to hang over the Eurozone. Debt burdens have limited the fiscal options of member states. Debt and default, actual and feared, have embittered the relations among them.

ID: 094d434554810ca70154aa66057033e1

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Barry Eichengreen: Public Lecture

Barry Eichengreen: Public Lecture

Professor Barry Eichengreen delivers an engaging lecture on what we can learn from the Great Depression of the 1930s and the Great Recession of 2008

ID: 094d43454a4e6f1d014abf2b79e92363

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Brexit: What are the economic consequences?

Brexit: What are the economic consequences?

The discussion considered what EU membership has meant for UK economic performance and what might change in the case of Brexit.

ID: 094d434553e1cda701540ae89ddb6985

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Brexit: What Next?

Brexit: What Next?

Professor Nick Crafts talks to the Financial Correspondent of the German newspaper 'Neue Zürcher Zeitung' about the implications of UK's EU referendum.

ID: 094d434555a750000155c55e05747faa

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CAGE awarded £3.5 Million

CAGE awarded £3.5 Million

The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) has awarded The Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE), £3.5 million to continue its research programme for another 5 year term.

ID: 094d43454bbc85c5014bc19cccc50fb3

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CAGE Mark II

CAGE Mark II

January sees the beginning of the second phase of CAGE, which has been re-funded by ESRC for the period 2015 to 2019.

ID: 094d43454a4e707d014abff0da0a4399

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CAGE Policy Report: Unlocking Development

CAGE Policy Report: Unlocking Development

CAGE has just launched ‘Unlocking Development’, a new policy report published in association with the Social Market Foundation. Read more…

ID: 094d434549a4dca40149c8d39a8d77bd

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Cast Back into the Dark Ages of Medicine? The Challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance

Cast Back into the Dark Ages of Medicine? The Challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance

Antimicrobial resistance is unlikely to signal a return to the “dark ages of medicine”, argues new research by Professor Cormac O’Grada Find out more

ID: 094d43f55037e98d01503d0bd47b17dd

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Cormac O Gráda Public Lecture

Cormac O Gráda Public Lecture

Cast Back into the Dark Ages of Medicine? The Challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance Professor Cormac Ó Gráda from the University College Dublin will be delivering a public lecture at The University of Warwick on Tuesday 28 April 2015 6:00pm — 7:15pm.

ID: 094d43454bfe390b014c318c0bb4691a

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Does money make you smarter?

Does money make you smarter?

Dr Anandi Mani Public Lecture

ID: 094d43f54fcc38e2014fd613a82f2387

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Eating more fruit and vegetables can make you happier

Eating more fruit and vegetables can make you happier

New research by Andrew Oswald and Redzo Mujcic suggests that eating up to eight portions of fruit and vegetables a day can make you happier

ID: 094d434555a719d70155c5996e1d224c

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ESRC Future Research Leaders

ESRC Future Research Leaders

Dr Mirko Draca a CAGE internal associate has been awarded a two-year Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Future Research Leader grant.

ID: 094d43f54fff9c4201501e71d3575e46

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Historical context of Brexit

Historical context of Brexit

An interview with Professor Nick Crafts on the Economy After Brexit on VoxEu.

ID: 094d4345565112230156551d67394d12

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It's Prices, Stupid: Explaining Falling Crime in the UK

It's Prices, Stupid: Explaining Falling Crime in the UK

New briefing paper by Dr Mirko Draca, It’s Prices, Stupid: Explaining Falling Crime in the UK

ID: 094d4345526524aa01528cd71b736917

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Make or Break: The Long Run Consequences of High-Stakes Exams

Make or Break: The Long Run Consequences of High-Stakes Exams

New briefing paper by CAGE academic Professor Victor Lavy on the long-run consequences of high stakes exams.

ID: 094d434554b2735a0154ed31b46e2904

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New Background Briefing papers

New Background Briefing papers

We have added 25 new papers to our 'Background Briefing Series'

ID: 094d43f54fad5b16014fcb6fff755477

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One Day We Will Live Without Fear:

One Day We Will Live Without Fear:

New Book by CAGE Research Fellow examines the effect of the Soviet police state on everyday lives.

ID: 094d4345523146b6015254b94acc7928

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Part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences 2015

Part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences 2015

In this special event, designed specifically for A Level Economics students considering University choices, showcased research being carried out by economists here at the University of Warwick.

ID: 094d43f54fad59dc014fcb264da87823

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The bucket brigade

The bucket brigade

Why has the ice bucket challenge proved so popular but also provoked strong negative reactions? By Kimberley Scharf and Sarah Smith

ID: 094d434549a4d6820149c32537756042

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The Economics of the UK-EU Relationship

The Economics of the UK-EU Relationship

The impact of EU membership on British growth performance both past and future is somewhat controversial. Nicholas Crafts gives his assessment of the evidence...

ID: 094d434554f376b50155539ed03c6150

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The Skills Gap: Is It a Myth?

The Skills Gap: Is It a Myth?

New briefing paper by Dr Thijs van Rens: The Skills Gap: Is It a Myth?

ID: 094d4345511b0d9d01511f5186c76bfa

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Why the Battle of the Somme marks a turning point of World War 1

Why the Battle of the Somme marks a turning point of World War 1

After the Somme the British Army was supplied with vastly more firepower than before. This would decide the course of the war. Mark Harrison writes in The Conversation...

ID: 094d434555a719d70155bb515b1337aa

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Welcome to CAGE

Welcome to CAGE

CAGE is a research centre in the Department of Economics. Funded by the ESRC, CAGE is carrying out a 10 year programme of innovative research.

ID: 094d43f546af591d0146d2ac8540738f

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Happiness Around the World: An introduction to the Scientific Evidence

Happiness Around the World: An introduction to the Scientific Evidence

A lunchtime lecture by Professor Andrew Oswald on the theme of happiness. Open to all staff, students and the general public.

ID: 094d43454855859801485eb9300c137b

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Part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences 2014

Part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences 2014

In this special event, designed specifically for A Level Economics students considering University choices, showcased research being carried out by economists here at the University of Warwick.

ID: 094d4345481843f40148550405e45cb2

Metadata:

Unlocking Development: the role of enterprise

Unlocking Development: the role of enterprise

CAGE researchers discussed the role of enterprise in developing countries at a recent policy roundtable event at the Social Market Foundation.

ID: 094d43f546af591d0146d2acea7d7393

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ESRC awards CAGE £3.5 Million

ESRC awards CAGE £3.5 Million

The Economic and Social Research Council has awarded CAGE £3.5 million to continue its research programme for another 5 year term.

ID: 094d43454748d3c80147ab1f45c107c7

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The Danish Happiness Gene?

The Danish Happiness Gene?

New research explores the reasons that some nations report such high happiness levels and suggests that the answer lies partly in our genes.

ID: 094d43f546af591d0146d2ad91757395

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Myths of the Great War

Myths of the Great War

The Royal Economic Society Newsletter features a recent lecture by Professor Mark Harrison on the widely-held myths about the 1st World War.

ID: 094d43f546af57eb0146d2ae8090346b

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