Government & Politics
Research & Policy Workshops
IMPORTANT: Due to growing concerns around the coronavirus, the INET Conference, as well as these workshops will be postponed.
Apr 13–15, 2020
IMPORTANT: Due to growing concerns around the coronavirus, the INET Conference, as well as these workshops will be postponed. Applicants will soon be provided further information.
Working Paper Series
The links between campaign contributions from the financial sector and switches to a pro-bank vote were direct and substantial
Apr 6, 2020
Much historical commentary emphasizes how pandemics restructure long-standing social and political arrangements. The observation applies to macroeconomics as well.
The EU’s Green Deal: Bismarck’s ‘What Is Possible’ versus Thunberg’s ‘What Is Imperative’ in the Age of Covid-19
Apr 1, 2020
What ails the EU Green Deal is exactly what troubles the Union in general — an absence of social democracy at work
Mar 26, 2020
Effective and quick federal policy response is critical to create conditions for a quick recovery.
Mar 23, 2020
It’s time for business executives, employees, and taxpayers to come together to help get us out of the pandemic and create conditions for a sustainable and equitable future
Rule Number 1 for Government Bailouts of Companies: Make Sure Voters and Taxpayers Share in the Upside
Mar 23, 2020
If the public is to be called upon for the second time in twelve years to bail out businesses, it should get something back for its money. Bailed out firms should be compelled to issue convertible bonds to the government.
New research points to critical role of public funding in drug discoveries and development for the last decade
Mar 2, 2020
A report from the Commission on Global Economic Transformation’s meeting in West Africa
Feb 12, 2020
Lower Income Towns in New Hampshire Voted Heavily for Sanders; Richer Towns Did the Opposite.
Jan 14, 2020
On the Modern Economic Theory of Incentives, Markets, and Socialism
Jan 13, 2020
In an economic context that remains uncertain, the biggest loser of the UK elections may well be our health and that of the environment.
Jan 10, 2020
The Irresistible Force Meets the Immovable Object?
Dec 19, 2019
One thing is clear – the ‘get Brexit done’ slogan resonated in a country which had been living on a series of knife edges as one ‘crunch’ time after another came and went.
Dec 15, 2019
Brexit uncertainty has already taken an economic toll