The China Miracle?

If we are to work toward a better future, we must look beyond the surface, and understand the multifaceted reality of China's ascent in the global arena.

Featuring Yuen Yuen Ang

The current paper returns to the key questions of wages and incomes and how wealth effects cripple reliance on interest rates to control inflation.

By Thomas Ferguson and Servaas Storm

How convincing is the model analysis by Bernanke and Blanchard? How empirically relevant are their mechanisms causing inflation – and how robust and plausible are their econometric findings?

By Servaas Storm

The empirical analysis of public sector investments and the health value created by the drugs selected for Medicare price negotiations provides a cost basis for the assessment of the maximum fair price.

By Edward W. Zhou, Paula G. Chaves da Silva, Debbie Quijada, and Fred Ledley

It is not just all about banking system liquidity

By Jan Toporowski

Read in the context of his time, Bagehot’s book Lombard Street appears as an attempt above all to reveal the dynamic of globalization when global money was sterling.

By Perry G. Mehrling

Research on labor market experience does not explain the link between the volatility low-wage workers encounter and their earnings and it leaves open numerous pressing questions, such as what, if anything, can be done to reduce racial and ethnic differences in economic well-being.

By Julie Yixia Cai

Apr 11, 2024

Webinars and Events

Resolving Global Vaccine Inequity

The development of COVID-19 vaccines within a year of the emergence of SARS-CoV-2 was an unprecedented triumph of scientific research that saved millions of lives. In contrast, the lack of global coordination to manage intellectual property, technology transfer, production, financing, and distribution of vaccines led to excess deaths and losses in economic output.

Feb 20, 2024

Webinars and Events

Meeting of Young Minds in Frontiers of Economics (MYM)

Challenges And Emerging Perspectives

Feb 16, 2024

Webinars and Events

LEPC VI: Ideas for Building the Future

India: Climate Change, Technology, and Growth

Jan 18, 2024

Webinars and Events

Labor Market Volatility Today: From Understanding Volatility to Reducing Financial Insecurity

An expert panel will discuss the latest research on the experiences of workers facing volatility of their time and income, how this volatility impacts their financial outcomes over time, ways current policies help or hinder workers cope with labor market volatility, and other possibilities for change.

Oct 13, 2023

Webinars and Events

Political Economy of Contemporary South Asia

Two-day workshop on: Dialectics of Globalism and Nationalism, Inequality and Populism, Agrarian and Urban Crises, Data and Social Justice

Mar 28, 2023

Webinars and Events

Inclusive Development: Role of Employment and Environment

Inclusive development especially the role of employment opportunities in a changing world of work and the environment in envisioning inclusiveness

YSI projects are collaboratively organized by members of the community to explore topics in new economic thinking. Projects may be held virtually (discussions, webinars, reading groups) or in person (workshops, pre-conferences). Learn more about YSI here

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