Articles and analyses from the INET community on the key economic questions of our time.
Inadequate demand and climate change require a global green new deal
The idea that businesses are run to maximize profits for shareholders is just plain wrong, says William Lazonick
With journalism moving from a stable to a precarious profession, digital media workers have become some of the most organized in the startup world
For all the talk of Modern Monetary Theory representing a brave new frontier, it is easy to forget that the United States has gone down this road before, when the US Federal Reserve financed the war effort in the 1940s. Then, as now, the question is not about government debt, but about the debt’s purpose and justification.
A collection of our research on populism, globalization and nationalism
Despite the moral assurance and personal flattery that meritocracy offers to the successful, it ought to be abandoned both as a belief about how the world works and as a general social ideal.
At a G20 preparatory meeting in Berlin, an INET panel analyzed how governments can prevent banks from exploiting taxpayer-funded bailout guarantees
As young scholars, we have formulated a new plan for fostering diversity in both identity and scholarly thinking in economics—preconditions for academic rigor.
INET talks to Alicia Bárcena Ibarra, Claudia Goldin, and Maria Cristina Marcuzzo