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Admati and Haldane Named in Time’s "100 Most Influential People"

The Institute for New Economic Thinking would like to congratulate community members Anat Admati and Andy Haldane as being named two of Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People.” It’s a well-earned distinction for both. Read more

Leading Economists To Gather In Toronto April 10-12, 2014

A Three-Day Conference Exploring the Impact of Innovation on Society

Larry Summers, Joseph Stigltiz, Andy Haldane, Adair Lord Turner, Michael Sandel

And Many More to Speak

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Institute Grantees Featured at the 2014 EEA Conference

If you're attending the EEA conference look below to see where you'll find stimulating discussions involving the Institute community.

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Friday, March 7


8:15-9:45am, Gloucester

Session A7, Analytical Political Economy

Uncertainty, Institutions and Power: Towards an Approach to Analytical Political Economy, Amitava K. Dutt, University of Notre Dame


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Adair Turner: Escaping The Addiction to Private Debt Is Essential for Long-Term Economic Stability

Inflation targeting insufficient: central banks and governments must manage the quantity and mix of credit created

FRANKFURT, 10 February 2014 — Financial reforms introduced since the crisis have been valuable but still have not addressed the fundamental driver of economic and financial instability – continually rising levels of private debt, Adair Lord Turner, former chairman of the United Kingdom Financial Services Authority, said Monday in a speech at Goethe University. Lord Turner is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Financial Studies (CFS) at the university and at the Institute for New Economic Thinking, an economics research and education foundation based in New York. Read more

NYT Cites the Institute’s Fazzari, Cynamon on U.S. Middle Class Erosion

For the second time in a week, a national U.S. newspaper is featuring important recent work by two researchers from the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Barry Cynamon and Steven Fazzari. Read more

Washington Post Features Work By Institute Researchers Fazzari, Cynamon

The Washington Post has spotlighted important recent work by two researchers from the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Barry Cynamon and Steven Fazzari.

The Post story focuses on a Jan. 23 paper by Cynamon and Fazzari showing that economic inequality is harmful to overall growth and is a significant reason for the tepid recovery from the latest recession.

The paper by Cynamon and Fazzari can be found here Read more

Roiling India Politics Risks Economic Reforms

India’s economic leaders are determined to rein in skyrocketing inflation, but the country’s volatile political landscape may prevent reforms from taking hold.

This week, a committee formed by Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan recommended that the central bank prioritize lowering consumer prices. Read more