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INET Executive Director Dr. Robert Johnson calls for the growth of a community that will rebuild trust in the economics profession. - April 09, 2011
Bretton Woods conference speakers now include Jim Balsillie, Gordon Brown, Mark Carney, Richard Koo, George Soros, Joseph Stiglitz, Larry Summers, Paul Volcker, and many others. - March 26, 2011
The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), launched with a $50 million pledge from George Soros to promote changes in economic theory and practice through conferences, research grants and education initiatives, has announced that it is now accepting research proposals for its spring 2011 Grant Program. INET... - February 07, 2011
INET@LSE will apply ideas from “complexity social science” to improve the design and effectiveness of economic policy - January 26, 2011
The conference, “Crisis and Renewal: International Political Economy at the Crossroads,” will host over 200 leading economists, finance experts, and young scholars - January 26, 2011
An INET grant will fund Professor Delli Gatti to develop new ideas and policy proposals to contain the spread of systemic risk in the financial system - January 09, 2011
An INET grant will fund Professor van der Beek’s project to conduct research on the effect of the technological changes that led to the British Industrial Revolution. - December 19, 2010
An INET grant will fund Professor Heckman’s task force on human capital and economic inequality research. - December 19, 2010
An INET grant will fund Professor Collier’s project to conduct archival research on the evolution of graduate economics education in the United States. - December 19, 2010
An INET Grant will fund Professors Guarino, Gale and Cipriani’s project to study contagion among financial institutions and the role of financial market regulation - December 05, 2010
The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) has appointed Min Zhu, Special Advisor to the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund to its advisory board, which also includes five Nobel Prize winners. Prior to his appointment at the International Monetary Fund, he was Deputy Governor of... - December 05, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Tuckett’s project to develop a case for “emotional finance” in economics and finance theory. - December 04, 2010
An INET grant will fund Professor Dai’s project to uncover the economic forces that drove the evolution of political institutions in traditional China - December 04, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Bruce and the Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke University - December 04, 2010
An INET grant will fund professors Farmer, Axtell, Geanakoplos and Howitt to create a computational model of the current financial crisis - November 30, 2010
An INET grant will fund research into the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, and its influence on Market Liberal Policy Norms between 1968-2000 - November 25, 2010
An INET grant will fund professors Epstein and Crotty to peform in-depth research on issues surrounding “too big to fail” - November 25, 2010
An INET grant will fund Professor Dosi’s research into some of the core issues concerning the operation of modern economic systems and the building blocks for alternative economic theories - November 25, 2010
An INET grant will fund Professor Dube and Professor Kaplan’s project to conduct research on spatial approach to macroeconomic inference. - November 24, 2010
World-renowned economists engage with students to discuss pressing economic issues, the economics curriculum, and the economics profession in the wake of global financial crisis. - November 22, 2010
An INET grant will fund Professor Comin to study the drivers and consequences of technology adoption. - November 17, 2010
An INET Grant will fund Professor Ganguli and Professor Condie’s project to examine the informational inefficiency of market prices in the presence of Knightian uncertainty or ambiguity. - November 17, 2010
An INET Grant will fund Professor Reinert and Professor Viano’s project to make historically significant economics texts available in English for the first time. - November 17, 2010
The Institute for New Economic Thinking will fund professors Alvaredo, Atkinson and Morelli to Research the Long Run History of Economic Inequality: Income, Wealth, and Financial Crisis. - November 17, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Tartari’s project to conduct an explorative data collection project. - November 17, 2010
INET will fund Professor Lazonick’s project to analyze the ways in which an important financial institution – the stock market – affects the real economic performance of the industrial corporations that are listed on it - November 12, 2010
The Institute will fund Harris, Glatzer and Blake’s project to construct a monograph to permit the modeling of capital, inventory and financial capital in economies. - November 08, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Robinson and Professor Pincus’ research project relating to a new interpretation of the events causing the British Industrial Revolution - November 08, 2010
The Institute will fund a project to extend proven techniques in statistical learning theory - November 08, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Medema’s project to write an intellectual history of the Coase theorem - November 08, 2010
The Institute will fund Davis’ and Hands’ project to conduct research on herding behavior in the economics and professional investment community. - November 08, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Pistor’s multidisciplinary research to perform a series of case studies that would construct a new theory of the relationship between laws and markets. - November 08, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Levenstein and Professor Lamoreaux’s project to examine historically the long-term costs of macroeconomic instability in a major metropolitan area. - November 06, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Fazzari’s project to develop an original model of Keynesian demand-led growth in developed economies and activities to communicate basic principles of Keynesian macroeconomics to a wide audience - November 05, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Hands’ project to conduct the initial research and archiving work at Duke University’s Paul Samuelson archives. - November 05, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Ussher’s project to simulate how distress and growth propagate through the real economy. - November 05, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Kane’s project to conduct a macroeconomics research project relating to systemic risk. - November 05, 2010
The Institute will fund Professor Weinstein’s project to research how the output of firms outside of the financial sector are affected by the health of the banks and other financial institutions. - November 05, 2010
The Institute will fund expansion of Berkeley Economic History Laboratory Programs - November 01, 2010
The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) has appointed Bruce Caldwell, Research Professor of Economics and the Director of the Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke University, to its advisory board, which also includes five Nobel Prize winners. Currently the General Editor of The... - October 06, 2010
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