Mar 27, 2019
Stigmatizing and relegating an activity to the shadows doesn’t improve anyone’s welfare
Mar 22, 2019
INET talks to Jayati Ghosh and Marina Della Giusta
Mar 25, 2019
Kristen Ghodsee discusses her research on how love and relationships function under socialism and capitalism, and what economists miss about the rise of right-wing populism in Eastern Europe
Mar 11, 2019
As young scholars, we have formulated a new plan for fostering diversity in both identity and scholarly thinking in economics—preconditions for academic rigor.
Mar 8, 2019
INET talks to Alicia Bárcena Ibarra, Claudia Goldin, and Maria Cristina Marcuzzo
Feb 22, 2019
Decades before it caught on with other economists, Sadie Alexander was the first economist to recommend a government jobs guarantee in the US
Mar 1, 2019
For women discussing economics, it’s still easier to be seen than heard
Nov 2, 2018
Adolph Reed, who researches race and politics, warns that “identitarian” politics can conceal the structural inequities of capitalism
Aug 1, 2018
Gay men earn 20% less than straight men, but gay women earn up to 20% more than straight women. Why?
Mar 15, 2018
The assumptions economists make in their models have implications not only for policymaking and choosing what data we collect, but also for the very definition of work, says Professor Maria Floro of American University.
Feb 23, 2018
In the face of laissez-faire capitalism at home and resurgent nationalism across the globe, INET offers an innovative look at the causes of—and solutions for—the problems that ail a fissuring world economy.
Feb 26, 2018
Why women experts are denied the same scholarly authority conferred to men, and what we should do about it
Veiling among Muslim women is modeled as a commitment mechanism that limits temptation to deviate from religious norms of behavior.