Andy Haldane: Preparing For The Next Financial Crisis

By Marshall Auerback
The days of “the great moderation” are over, if they ever existed in the first place.  

Lifetime Achievement Award for Prof. Sir David Hendry

One of the world's leading economists, INET Oxford's Prof. Sir David Hendry received a unique award from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)

At a ceremony June 6th he was given the Celebrating Impact Lifetime Achievement Award. Sir David is Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford and Director of the Programme in Economic Modelling in the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School (INET Oxford).

Simon Head: Innovation And Its Potential To Damage Society

By Marshall Auerback

The benefits of innovation are seldom questioned.  Virtually every single growth initiative formulated by governments around the world to deal with today's challenging economic conditions invariably circles back to the need to promote innovation as a panacea.  

But what if innovation is not an unalloyed good for society?  What if it simply adds to our current dystopian dysfunction?   Read more

David Cay Johnston: The Perils Of Our Growing Inequality

Institute President Rob Johnson interviews David Cay Johnston about his new book, Divided: The Perils of Our Growing Inequality.

Piketty Responds in Detail to FT Criticism

Thomas Piketty has written a detailed response to the critique of his work by the Financial Times. His full response is available here and the first few paragraphs are below.

Full Disclosure: The Institute for New Economic Thinking has extensively supported the World Top Incomes Database on which Piketty’s book Capital in the 21st Century draws extensively. Read more

FREE Course on the Economics of Money and Banking

Missed last year's course? Interested in learning some new economic thinking? Want to spot the next financial crisis before it’s too late? Then sign up for this FREE online class on The Economics of Money and Banking! Read more

Lance Taylor: The Triumph of the Rentier? Thomas Piketty vs. Luigi Pasinetti and John Maynard Keynes

Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century has stimulated enormous interest. Among the most provocative parts of the book is his discussion of the economic factors making for the concentration of wealth in the long run. This is a topic of great popular interest, but it also involves some of the most subtle and controversial aspects of contemporary economic theory. Read more