Euro Crisis Report
INET co-founder William H. Janeway has been granted the honorary award of Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services in education and for his support of the University of Cambridge.
New economic thinking is creating change in Germany.
Monday marked the one-year anniversary of the start of the Occupy movement, and INET Executive Director Rob Johnson went on CNBC to discuss the significance of the milestone.
While Europe faces the specter of overwhelming debt, another deficit lies at the heart of the inability to find a solution: a deficit of trust.
INET co-founder George Soros is calling on Germany to lead Europe out of its economic doldrums or get out of monetary union altogether.
When Felix Salmon looks at the global equities market he sees a world of free-for-all electronic warfare that likely would be more recognizable to Isaac Asimov than Milton Friedman.
In a recent interview, INET Advisory Board member and Executive Director for Financial Stability at the Bank of EnglandAndy Haldane took aim at the economics profession.
This week Bernanke spoke to the International Association for Research in Income and Wealth, and, as Bloomberg Businessweek notes, he was singing a different tune.
“You can’t get out of debt by adding more debt.”
How to explain the current recession facing the US and the world? Does so-called “austerian” logic provide the solution? Or is it doing more harm than good?
what role central bankers should play to bring the needed change>
In support of a European Banking Union, Done Properly: A Manifesto by Economists in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
How will climate change influence economic sustainability?
Are we doomed to repeat the past? Even when we know better? Or do we not know better even when we should?