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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
How the World Works - The Atlantic
Americans persist in thinking that Adam Smith's rules for free trade are the only legitimate ones. But today's fastest-growing economies are using a very different set of rules. Once, we knew them—knew them so well that we played by them, and won. Now we seem to have forgotten
economics  history  adam.smith  friedrich.list 
february 2019 by zesteur
Simple Economics: news, conversation & humour - from Economy
We're finding out how people feel about economics, providing a new way of talking about the subject, and campaigning for others to do the same.
economics  education  resource! 
january 2019 by zesteur
GitHub - highperformancecoder/minsky: A systems dynamics economics modeling software
A systems dynamics economics modeling software. Contribute to highperformancecoder/minsky development by creating an account on GitHub.
modelling  economics  systemsscience 
november 2018 by zesteur
The Nobel Prize in climate chaos: Romer, Nordhaus and the IPCC
The IPCC report pulls its punches - while economists are still punch drunk when it comes to ignoring the climate risks of economic growth.
climatechange  economics  growth.theory 
november 2018 by zesteur
The Moral Identity of Homo Economicus by Ricardo Hausmann - Project Syndicate
Two recent books indicate that a quiet revolution is challenging the foundations of the dismal science, promising radical changes in how we view many aspects of organizations, public policy, and even social life. As with the rise of behavioral economics, this revolution emanates from psychology.
economics  ethics  values 
june 2018 by zesteur
The changing fortunes of central banking | VOX, CEPR’s Policy Portal
The financial crisis and subsequent low-inflation recovery forced central banks to explore novel policy options and to take on new responsibilities. This column gathers the views of leading academics and policymakers on what the expanded range of central bank policies implies for the future. Though consensus is limited, a common thread is that the economics profession has
central.banks  conceptual  foresight  economics 
june 2018 by zesteur
Dani Rodrik's weblog: The Economics Debate, again and again
The debate on the economics profession – its alleged ills and failings -- abates at times, but never ends. A recent piece in The Guardian taking the profession to task for its lack of reform has prompted a response from...
january 2018 by zesteur
Rescuing Economics from Neoliberalism | Boston Review
Rescuing Economics from Neoliberalism from Boston Review. As we heap scorn on neoliberalism, we risk throwing out some of its most useful ideas.

neoliberalism  economic.policy  economic.order  china  property.rights  economics  +  growth 
december 2017 by zesteur
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