The Institute for New Economic Thinking is partnering with other organizations, universities and think tanks aligned with the Institute's mission in order to extend our global community, accelerate the rate of change, and broaden the impact on the field of economics. These partnerships take somewhat different forms.

The Institute for New Economic Thinking is establishing a network of smaller “institutes” on major university campuses that will act as hubs in extending the Institute's vision around the world. These centers provide local support for graduate students, post-docs, professors and other scholars, and will act as a front-line mechanism for identifying the best of the next generation of talent. When complete, this network of global centers will provide an infrastructure for scholars to travel and more easily collaborate with colleagues from around the world.

 

The Institute for New Economic Thinking's institute at Oxford will build a broad platform for research and collaboration and practical engagement on economic theory and policy making at the global level.

 

At the Davos World Economic Forum of 2011, the Institute announced a partnership with the Centre for International Governance Innovation. The two organizations will closely cooperate to broaden and accelerate the development of innovative thinking that will lead to insights and solutions for the great economic and governance challenges of the 21st century.

 

Initiated with with joint funding from the Institute for New Economic Thinking, the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF), The Isaac Newton Trust and the Keynes Fund for Applied Research, the Cambridge-Institute for New Economic Thinking Institute aims to support fundamental research in economics in Cambridge.