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Jay Pocklington

Jay Pocklington is the manager of the Institute for New Economic Thinking’s Young Scholars Initiative program.

Jay joined the Institute after helping to organize the YSI Commons program at the 2012 Plenary Conference in Berlin. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Free University in Berlin and is currently pursuing his master’s degree. Pocklington was a teaching and research assistant at the Free University and served as a student representative on the school’s Department Council.

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The Big Questions Are Back

Article | Nov 3, 2017

How Germany, the EU and the economics field itself suffer from myopia—and what we can do about it

Reading the "IMF Financial Stability Report"| YSI Financial Stability Working Group

YSI News YSI | Aug 27, 2015

The Working Group’s weekly meetings to resume this Friday.

Special: James Galbraith on Greece

YSI News YSI | Jul 10, 2015

A special session entitled “Towards Grexit?” hosted by the YSI Financial Stability Working Group

Political setback for new "Economics & Society" section in France

YSI News YSI | Apr 7, 2015

Plans to establish an administrative section on “Economics and Society” in the French university system have run into problems as the members of the existing economics section violently opposes it. Although the ministry of education had already promised the establishment of such sections plans have come to a halt.

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Current issues in global banking and USD liquidity A webinar series by the YSI Financial Stability Working Group

YSI Event Discussion YSI | Hosted by Financial Stability | Apr 22–May 20, 2016

To conclude our ongoing discussions about international finance in the YSI Financial Stability Working Group, we will be exploring questions of international credit and banking, capital flows and USD liquidity.