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Enno Schröder

Enno Schröder holds a PhD in economics from the Department of Economics at the New School for Social Research in New York. His research is in international economics and macroeconomics, with a focus on questions posed by European economic integration. Schröder is interested in the relationship between financial globalization and economic performance; the operation of macroeconomic adjustment mechanisms and the design of adjustment policies; the relationship between international competition and national labor markets; the notion of competitiveness and the role of technology in it. His dissertation deals with the euro area imbalances; that is, with the emergence of large current account imbalances in the period leading up to the Great Recession, their contraction during the crisis, and with the assessment of macroeconomic adjustment policies.

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Why “Green Growth” Is an Illusion

Article | Dec 5, 2018

Wishful thinking and tinkering won’t cut it. Nothing short of a mass mobilization for deep de-carbonization across the global economy can avert the looming climate catastrophe. 

A Reply to Michael Grubb’s Growth-Decarbonization Optimism from Schröder and Storm

Article | Dec 5, 2018

Market tweaks and incentives won’t save us from climate catastrophe. Only radical policy change will.

Economic Growth and Carbon Emissions: The Road to ‘Hothouse Earth’ is Paved with Good Intentions

Paper Working paper | | Dec 2018

Wishful thinking and tinkering won’t cut it. Nothing short of a mass mobilization for deep de-carbonization across the global economy can avert the looming climate catastrophe. 

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The Intercept Features INET Climate Research

News Dec 5, 2018

The Intercept highlights INET research from Enno Schröder and Servaas Storm and Gregor Semieniuk, Lance Taylor, and Armon Rezai

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