Aug 13, 2018
State-issued digital money may avoid some pitfalls of cryptocurrency, but it’s no financial panacea
Aug 15, 2018
INET Global Commissioner Peter Bofinger breaks down cryptocurrencies, and why they’re actually far from “anonymous”
Aug 8, 2018
Dennis Kelleher of Better Markets explains how we can stop the financial industry from gaming Washington
Aug 6, 2018
To understand the rise of the League and 5 Star Movement, look at economic indicators
Aug 2, 2018
Places hit hardest by austerity cuts were more likely to vote for UKIP and Leave
Jul 25, 2018
James Galbraith says academic economics is in need of radical reform
Working Paper Series
This paper explains how hedge-fund activists are exerting power over corporate resourceallocation far in excess of the actual voting power of their shareholdings.
Jul 23, 2018
Clear rules and sound principles for debt restructuring would level the playing field between developing countries and creditors
Jul 5, 2018
Was Martin Luther King a socialist? New book may surprise you.
Jul 9, 2018
The social and medical sciences depend on randomised control trials – though they face more assumptions and biases than commonly thought.
Jul 3, 2018
Matias Vernengo explains how economic crises reveal the nakedness of neoliberal policies
Jul 2, 2018
Fast Company covers Michael Greenberger’s paper for INET on how banks evade regulation of credit default swaps
Jun 22, 2018
When politics is defined in terms of “populism” vs. “the mainstream,” the possibility for real economic reform is diminished.
Jun 20, 2018
70 years ago today, Edward A. Tenenbaum helped pull off an astounding feat—successfully reforming Germany’s currency after World War II
Jun 19, 2018
By evading regulation of credit default swaps, the major U.S. banks put taxpayers—and the entire economy—at risk