Articles and analyses from the INET community on the key economic questions of our time.
Can it Happen Again?
Why is America So Anti-City? It Holds Back the Entire Country.
A new book by economist Richard McGahey examines the country’s anti-urban structure and ideology, offering insights on how American cities can thrive.
Now Is the Time for More Ambition From Multilateral Development Banks and Their Shareholders
Vera Songwe, Chair of the Liquidity and Sustainability Facility, and former Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa, on the multiple crises facing African countries.
Global Value Chains and Income Distribution Profiles: A World Survey
How can we quantify the wage share implied by varying degrees and types of participation to Global Value Chains?
Luigi Pasinetti (1930-2023)
Monopsony in Professional Labor Markets: Hospital System Concentration and Nurse Wage Growth
Time Bomb in Global Finance
The Great Inflation Debate: Supply Shocks and Wealth Effects in a Multipolar World Economy
Setting the record straight and identifying less destructive pathways forward than round after round of interest rate increases.
Meet the Grinch Stealing the Future of Gen Y And Z
Salaries in the U.S. aren’t keeping up with inflation, despite pandemic-related increases in some sectors. That’s a major threat to the future for all working Americans – especially the youngest.
Worker’s Wages & Leverage Are the Real Targets
Why did Corporate Democrats “cede” the economic argument? Are they really fighting inflation or trying to weaken workers’ bargaining power? INET’s Thomas Ferguson joins Paul Jay on theAnalysis.news.
Sécurité alimentaire en Afrique: « Nous apportons des réponses de court terme à des problèmes de moyen-long terme »
New Research Shows “Hostile Sexism” in Congress Thwarts Female Leaders. Just Ask Janet Yellen.
A Nobel Award for the Wrong Model
Diamond-Dybvig-Bernanke is a flawed model of banking that has no room for a lender of last resort