A better set of approaches for the 21st century.
Oct 22, 2017
Joseph Stiglitz, Michael Spence and a global team of leading thinkers are calling for new thinking & new rules for the world economy
Oct 3, 2017 | 04:00—05:30
Sep 27, 2017
“Blindly” Engaging in Global Supply Chains Can Erode Developing Nations’ Economic Power
Aug 2, 2017
Robinson explains how natural experiments are done and why they’re useful. He also explains distribution of power and development of state play critical roles in successful economies.
Jun 14, 2017
Young Scholars Initiative (YSI) has released a new e-book, “Conversations on Dependency Theory”
Jun 8–9, 2017
The Young Scholars Initiative and the University of the Free State, SA, invite young scholars to attend the first YSI Africa conference.
May 30, 2017 | 04:00—05:30
A discussion featuring Kenneth Smith, Head of the Trade and NAFTA Office of the Ministry of the Economy of Mexico, and Jay Pelosky, Principal of Pelosky Global Strategies.
May 9, 2017 | 04:00—05:30
A discussion with Kaushik Basu, Professor of Economics and the C. Marks Professor of International Studies at Cornell University and former Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank.
Apr 20, 2017
A new book by economist Peter Temin finds that the U.S. is no longer one country, but dividing into two separate economic and political worlds
Apr 12, 2017
Along the entire “innovation chain” — from research and development, to production and commercialization — government and private sectors have very different roles to play.
Mar 30, 2017
Brazil’s current economic scenario does not resemble the emerging economy that until recently fueled the optimism of analysts and investors.
Mar 7, 2017
Institute Senior Economist Pia Malaney sees the election of Donald Trump as a message from the Rust Belt signaling a systemic failure in US political economy
Feb 28, 2017
New findings show that hourly wage-rates in China are higher than in middle-income countries and are approaching the levels of Greece and Portugal
Jan 17, 2017
Any effort to replace the Affordable Care Act will be confronted by the same structural imbalances in the health care economy that the legislation’s authors faced