Curated series of expert commentary and analyses of critical economic issues.

  1. Education

    We develop resources for students and educators interested in exploring new economic thinking.

  2. China

    A collection of INET analysis of the Chinese economy and US-China relations

  3. INET Climate Crisis Collection

    A collection of INET’s most important articles, videos, interviews, and working papers that deal with the climate crisis

  4. Economics Has A Race Problem

    Traditional economics, like the ethos of the “American Dream,” tells us that our individual talents and efforts determine whether or not we succeed in life. Yet, an overwhelming body of evidence shows that people of color have been denied the same opportunities to succeed in America. Race is not only a defining feature of social identity and an arbiter of access to power and privilege; for far too many Americans, race - a social construction - is a fundamental determinant of their economic destiny.

  5. Masters Series

    A tribute to stories and legacies of great economic thinkers like Kari Polanyi Levitt, Nancy Folbre, Dierdre McCloskey, Anwar Shaikh, Axel Leijonhufvud, James Crotty, Luigi Pasinetti & Marcello de Cecco

  6. Final Response: Andrew Smithers' Challenge to Lance Taylor's Global Savings Glut Paper

    A debate between Lance Taylor and Andrew Smithers on the alleged “global savings glut.” Smithers responds to Taylor’s INET working paper, to which Taylor then offers a rebuttal. A second round of the debate is now included as well.

  7. COVID-19 and Africa

    A series of interviews by Folashadé Soulé and Camilla Toulmin with African leaders on the pandemic.

  8. Race and Economics From INET

    A collection of INET’s research and articles on race and the US economy, reposted in connection with recent protests against police brutality in Black communities.

  9. The COVID-19 Economic Crisis

    Find all of our COVID-19 pandemic articles, webinars, and working papers here.

  10. Learn Economics at Home

    Stuck at home and already bored of Netflix? Then check out our #LearnEconAtHome series of video explainers you can watch from anywhere.

  11. A New Future for Antitrust?

    INET papers and articles related to our co-sponsored event at the University of Utah featuring conversations between Utah judges, law professors, attorneys & economists. Watch the sessions

  12. INET Economists Respond to Summers & Stansbury

    Lance Taylor, Servaas Storm, Mario Seccareccia and Marc Lavoie comment on Lawrence Summers and Anna Stansbury’s article titled “Whither Central Banking?”

  13. 11 New Economic Thinkers You Should Watch

    In commemoration of the 200th episode of INET’s New Economic Thinking video series, we’re highlighting 11 new economic thinkers who embody the INET spirit: creative thinking, passion for social justice, and fearlessness in breaking the status quo. If you like what you see, make sure to check out our YouTube channel for more!

  14. Diversity and Pluralism in Economics

    This new series will explore different takes on and claims about the challenges of women and minorities in economics, opening up a debate on a range of questions.

  15. Economics' Race Problem: A Video Playlist

    In this series, scholars and activists challenge economic orthodoxy by showing how race functions as an arbiter of access to power, privilege, and wealth.