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In commemoration of the 200th episode of INET’s New Economic Thinking video series, we’re highlighting 11 new economic thinkers who embody the INET spirit: creative thinking, passion for social justice, and fearlessness in breaking the status quo. If you like what you see, make sure to check out our YouTube channel for more!
Under the guise of “philanthropy,” business elites have an increasing grip on society
If additional education is not the solution to racial inequality, what is?
Winnie Byanyima shows how we all suffer when corporations evade taxes
Nina Banks assesses the legacy of the first African-American economist in the United States
The economist had to learn moral philosophy before anything else—an underpinning that’s still helpful for today’s students
How did globalization create such discontent in developed and developing countries alike? Nobel laureate and INET grantee Joseph Stiglitz explains in this 150th episode of our “New Economic Thinking” video series.
Naomi Klein discusses her new book, No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump’s Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need.
Mariana Mazzucato argues that the idea that entrepreneurship is confined to the private sector is wrong.
In a complex world, we’ll experience more “black swans”, and the things that standard economic models assumed away will matter much more.
“The stories we tell ourselves about the world are a map of the world as we see it. And if we want to change the world, we have to change the story first.”
Professor Wendy Brown engages in an in-depth exploration of the corrosive effect of approaching education, law, politics and governance through the lens of neoliberal economic rationality.