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Economics After Neoliberalism | Boston Review
Economics After Neoliberalism from Boston Review. Contemporary economics is finally breaking free from its market fetishism, offering plenty of tools we can use to make society more inclusive.
neweconomics  neoliberalism  + 
april 2019 by zesteur
Economics for Inclusive Prosperity
A network of academic economists committed to an inclusive economy and society. EfIP members develop and discuss policy ideas based on sound scholarship.
economics  neweconomics  inequality  inclusive.societies 
april 2019 by zesteur
oecd new approaches to economic challenges - Qwant Suche
Qwant ist eine Suchmaschine, die Ihre Privatsphäre respektiert und das Entdecken und Teilen über einen sozialen Ansatz erleichtert.
neweconomics  oecd 
march 2019 by zesteur
The power of doing economics properly | Financial Times
Leading scholars try to enlist the profession in the cause of progressive policy
neweconomics 
february 2019 by zesteur
Conference on the Handbook of Macroeconomics Volume 2 | Becker Friedman Institute
This conference and a companion conference held at the Hoover Institution on April 9–11, 2015 brought together a wide range of distinguished macro economists to present their ideas and proposed contributions to the new Handbook of Macroeconomics, which will be edited by John B. Taylor and Harald Uhlig. The widely-cited first volume of the Handbook of Macroeconomics was published in 1999, and according to the Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) is ranked first among all economics books downloaded.
neweconomics  book  +  resource! 
september 2018 by zesteur
Conference On The Handbook Of Macroeconomics Vol. 2 | Hoover Institution
This conference and a companion conference were held at the Becker Friedman Institute at the University of Chicago on April 23rd to the 25th and brought together a wide range of distinguished macro economists to present their ideas and proposed contributions to the new Handbook of Macroeconomics, which will be edited by John B. Taylor and Harald Uhlig.
neweconomics  book 
september 2018 by zesteur
The Radical Theory That the Government Has Unlimited Money - VICE
Everyone knows governments need to tax before they can spend. What Modern Monetary Theory presupposes is, maybe they don't.
neweconomics  monetarypolicy  keynes  public.finance 
march 2018 by zesteur

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