Governance

    We need a better understanding of how states and institutional practices impact economies. At the Institute, we encourage research in this area from a variety of viewpoints and disciplines, leading the search for better theory and real world evidence about the impact of governance on the economy.

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    Global Money: A Work in Progress

    A dollar-denominated global economy means the Fed is at once the bankers bank and government bank, as well as both U.S. central bank and global central bank — managing that hybrid is the challenge of our time Read more

    Economic Forecasting Models & Sanders Program Controversy

    The Romer/Romer letter to Professor Gerald Friedman marks a turning point. It concedes that there are indeed important issues at stake when evaluating the proposed economic policies of Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders. These issues go beyond the political debate and should be discussed seriously between and among professional economists. Read more