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FT Alphaville uses a Lord of the Rings metaphor to describe the state of global currencies.
Stephen Kinsella has some advice for economists: “Sometimes, all you need is a nutter in a balloon to change your perspective. And perspective is everything.”
If proof were needed of the maxim that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, the economic crisis in Europe provides it
Will China correct this imbalance by allowing the RMB to appreciate? Or will it dump dollars onto forex markets?
INET Executive Director Robert Johnson delivered a keynote address at the OECD Forum in Paristoday.
Who does the economist serve: powerful interests or society?
Mathematician Michael Edesess has a dose of reality for economists.
What’s wrong with our economic recovery?
Attendees at the book party were treated to an assortment of wine, sushi, and intriguing conversation on the rooftop of Schiffrin’s parents’ Upper West Side apartment.
“While it’s incredibly difficult to get a regulatory reform passed, it’s far easier – and more profitable to politicians – to kill it.
Being the smartest guys in the room doesn’t prevent you from making bad decisions.
Human beings aren’t mechanical. And mechanistic economic theories can’t account for uncertainty or political instability and individual creativity.
The Washington Consensus is dead.
New economic thinking is no passing fad. The movement for new economic thinking is here to stay - with broad-based, worldwide support from undergraduate and graduate students as well as both young and established professors and Nobel laureates.
how economics students have begun to push back against the stale ideas that were proven wrong during the recent financial crisis.