The latest meeting of INET’s Commission on Global Economic Transformation addressed the flaws in existing macroeconomic and financial models—and explored solutions to foster shared prosperity
The latest meeting of INET’s Commission on Global Economic Transformation addressed the impact of technological change on jobs and society—and how best to harness the power of tech
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Following the dramatic political shocks to the industrialized world in 2016, worsening global poverty and inequality, and inadequate public and private sector responses to the challenges that continue to plague the world’s economy 10 years after the financial crisis, the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) has initiated a Commission on Global Economic Transformation (CGET), with support from the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). The effort is being led by Nobel Prize-winning economists Joseph Stiglitz and Michael Spence.Read the full press release from the Commission's launch