Economic Institutions and the “Scientification” of Economics in the Mid-20th Century: US and France May session of the YSI Online Seminar in History of Economic Thought
The webinar will contain young scholar presentations by Alexander Arnold and Camila Orozco Espinel. Richard Arena and Tiago Mata will discuss the papers followed by a general discussion.
Does the technology revolution require a new social policy?
An interdisciplinary conference on regional challenges and competing theories organized by the YSI Economic Development Working Group
Featuring sessions on Oil Shock and the Global Economy, Sovereign Wealth Funds, and the Political Economy of Oil.
The Global Economic Symposium (GES) is an annual conference organized by the Kiel Institute for the World Economy that seeks to create solutions to address the most pressing global problems. YSI has a long-standing relationship with GES and gives young scholars the chance to participate as YSI delegates.
Spanning two world wars, the Great Depression, global decolonization and a tremendous thirty-year economic boom, this period is of pivotal importance for understanding today’s economic world.