Economic Institutions

Global Markets and Nation States - Jomo Kwame Sundaram

Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development at the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), speaking in the panel  Read more

Global Markets and Nation States - Marleen Janssen Groesbeek

Marleen Janssen Groesbeek, Policy Officer Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility at Eumedion, speaking in the panel "Sovereignty and Institutional Design in the Global Age: Global Markets and Nation States" at the Bretton Woods Conference on April 9, 2011.

Global Markets and Nation States - Ian Goldin

Ian Goldin, Director of the James Martin 21st Century School-Oxford University,speaking in the panel "Sovereignty and Institutional Design in the Global Age: Global Markets and Nation States" at the Bretton Woods Conference on April 9, 2011.

Global Markets and Nation States - Dalia Marin

Dalia Marin, Professor of International Economics at the University of Munich, speaking in the panel "Sovereignty and Institutional Design in the Global Age: Global Markets and Nation States" at the Bretton Woods Conference on April 9, 2011.

Global Markets and Nation States - Andy Haldane

Andy Haldane, Executive Director for Financial Stability at the Bank of England, speaking in the panel "Sovereignty and Institutional Design in the Global Age: Global Markets and Nation States" at the Bretton Woods Conference on April 9, 2011. Introduced by John Cassidy.

Bretton Woods Historical Review by James Boughton

James Boughton reviews the history of Bretton Woods at INET's annual conference on April 8, 2011.

Full Interview: In Defense of Human Judgment - Amar Bhidé

INET's complete interview with Amar Bhidé, the author of the recent book "A Call for Judgment."

A Call for Judgment - Amar Bhidé

In part 6 of INET's interview with Amar Bhidé, he says that a dynamic economy requires 3 key things: A sense of judgment, good relationships, and healthy dialogue

Embracing the Dynamic Economy - Amar Bhidé

In part 5 of INET's interview with Amar Bhidé, he discusses the idea that financial institutions and regulatory bodies should be built to embrace the unpredictability of the real economy, rather than always trying to simplify things

A Categorical Breakdown - Amar Bhidé

In part 4 of INET's interview with Amar Bhidé, he says that faulty regulatory categorizations encourage poor evaluations of assets and a false sense of confidence