The Post-Covid Global Economy: Could Negative Supply Shocks Disrupt Other Fragile Systems?

Possible repercussions of economic crisis on the stability of democracies that already show significant signs of fragility

By William White

INET in Focus

Video

Varieties of the Rat Race

Conspicuous Consumption in the US & Germany

Featuring Till van Treeck

The principal threat to economic stability currently is the overhang of debt, both private and public.

By William White

Increased hospital system consolidation in small Metropolitan Statistical Areas is adversely related to nurse wage growth.

By Sylvia Allegretto and Dave Graham-Squire

Things are going to break and central banks are going to have to respond, but the mental frame that most people will be using is not well suited for understanding how the world now works

By Perry G. Mehrling

A critical reappraisal of the case in favor of monetary tightening pressed by inflation hawks is overdue.

By Thomas Ferguson and Servaas Storm

The Consumer Welfare Standard is severely limited or defective, preventing it from being an appropriate standard for modern antitrust.

By Mark Glick, Gabriel Lozada, and Darren Bush

A Novel Account of Inflation Forecasts

By Roman Frydman and Morten Tabor

Nov 28, 2022

Webinars and Events

India: The Path to Sustained Growth for the Next Decade

The 5th edition of the Law Economics Policy Conference (LEPC) is jointly organized by the Institute for New Economic Thinking, INET and FLAME University.

Nov 17, 2022

Webinars and Events

Vikasarth 2022 Session 3: Industrialisation and the Case of Educated Unemployed

Thirty Years of Indian Economic Reforms: Assessing the Growth and Development of Kerala

Sep 22, 2022

Webinars and Events

Vikasarth 2022 Session 2: Emigration, Consumption Boom and the Service Economy

Thirty Years of Indian Economic Reforms: Assessing the Growth and Development of Kerala

Jun 13, 2022

Webinars and Events

Piketty: Quality of Life for Billions of People is at Stake

Can society continue its long-run trajectory and commit to institutional, legal, social, fiscal, and educational systems that can advance equality?

Mar 10, 2022

Webinars and Events

Vikasarth 2022 Session 1: Kerala’s Response to the Economic Reforms

Thirty Years of Indian Economic Reforms: Assessing the Growth and Development of Kerala

Feb 03, 2022

Webinars and Events

This Week: INET Private Debt Conference 2022

Against the backdrop of frequent calls for debt cancellation and reorganization, the Private Debt Initiative of the Institute for New Economic Thinking is convening a conference on “Debt Restructuring” in New York City on Thursday, February 3rd and Friday February 4th, 2022, hosted by Richard Vague (Secretary of Banking and Securities, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania), Rob Johnson (INET President), and Moritz Shularick (INET Fellow).