A truly global perspective requires a global network. We partner with leading universities and institutions worldwide on research initiatives, conferences, and media projects.
Together with Azim Premji University (APU), we’re creating opportunities for advanced PHDs, leading academics and experts to focus on the urgent problems facing the world’s most populous democracy.
Supporting doctoral research through granting PhDs, appointing post-doctoral fellowships, hosting leading international economists, sponsoring major conferences and providing seed funding for cutting-edge research projects.
Since 2011, the Institute has partnered with the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) to change the way the field approaches the interplay between economics and governance, accelerating the development of new economic thinking.
We are proud to support the work of Espacio Público, an independent think tank founded in Chile in 2012. Espacio Público improves the quality of public policy by conducting independent, evidence-based research and advising policymakers.
As a way of furthering our interdisciplinary approach, the Institute partners with the University of Toronto’s Fields Institute, bringing lessons and ideas from high-level mathematics into the economics field.
The Institute partners with the Fung Global Institute (FGI), an independent think tank in Hong Kong, to encourage global policy and actions to move toward a prosperous and sustainable future for the world.
Economic activity cannot be explained solely by modeling rational behavior. Our partnership with the Kiel Institute brings interdisciplinary scholars together to develop new perspectives on human motivation and decision-making.
Our partnership with the Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford, is conducting visionary interdisciplinary research on a wide range of economic and public policy challenges.
A jointly-created research institute devoted to finding a more realistic way of thinking about the economy, using tools from decision theory and the theory of networks to tackle problems such as unemployment and inequality.
The Institute for New Economic Thinking Program on Imperfect Knowledge Economics (IKE) develops macroeconomic models that are open to unforeseeable structural change and that avoid the presumption that market participants are irrational. This program is also developing econometric methodology that is suitable for testing time-series implications of IKE models.