Establishing legal responsibility in the fissured workplace
Economist and feminist Victoria Bateman reveals some naked truths about the failings of economics.
A report from the Commission on Global Economic Transformation’s meeting in West Africa
In light of the growing concerns over the coronavirus, we have decided to postpone the INET Plenary to October 13-15, 2020 (originally slated for April 13-15, 2020)
Some Personal Reflections on a Half Century of Friendship and Appreciation
Freeing ourselves from reliance on fossil fuels is not only good for the planet and future generations. It also saves lives here and now, not just in the far future.
Lower Income Towns in New Hampshire Voted Heavily for Sanders; Richer Towns Did the Opposite.
Jonathan Haidt deploys insights from moral psychology to help us see ourselves and each other more clearly
How models treat innovation may be just as important as their assumptions about climate damages
Stuck at home and already bored of Netflix? Then check out our #LearnEconAtHome series of video explainers you can watch from anywhere.
Dr. Chen Long, Director of the Luohan Academy, explains why the digital revolution is so different from the industrial revolution
Trevon Logan discusses the impact of structural racism in health and economics
In this series Polanyi reflects on an extraordinary life, and the extraordinary legacy of her family.
Is America facing a retirement crisis?
Inequality, in many ways, may be the biggest question of our times. And yet it is a topic that is still underexplored in conventional economics curricula.
The European Commission, the European Central Bank, and the IMF are the continent’s austerity police
Anwar Shaikh talks about the shortcomings of neoclassical economics and alternative frameworks
Economics has long been the domain of the ivory tower, where specialized language and opaque theorems make it inaccessible to most people. That’s a problem.