Innovation & Inequality

    Disruption caused by innovation both creates goods the wealthy are more likely to use and eliminates jobs more likely held by working and middle class employees. We want to better understand how to respond to innovation in order to avoid or ameliorate both of these ways of exacerbating inequality.

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    The Arab revolutions: any new paths from here?

    While successive waves of democratization over the last half century changed the political landscape in various regions of the world, the authoritarian regimes have maintained their hold on power in the Arab region. Read more

    Narrative in Teaching Economics

    Economics has advanced an enormous distance from the Walrasian paradigm and the Neoclassical synthesis. However, undergraduate curriculums continue to heavily favour these views of what economics is and what tools it provides for understanding contemporarypublic problems. Read more