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What is Feminist Economics?

“All of us, if we get old enough, need to be taken care of.”

Featuring Diana Strassmann

Carbon pricing still has the potential to be a powerful tool contributing to emissions reductions, but it is clearly no panacea.

By Ryan Rafaty, Geoffroy Dolphin, and Felix Pretis

In this paper we analyze the Gilens dataset using the complementary tools of Random Forest classifiers (RFs), from Machine Learning.

By Shawn K. McGuire and Charles B. Delahunt

Unregistered lobbyists, including former members of Congress, are a key resource for lobbying firms

By Rocco d’Este, Mirko Draca, and Christian Fons-Rosen

Our findings confirm the existence of a negative relationship between labor market slack and the wage share, and we find no tendency to return to a ‘normal’ unemployment rate associated with a stable wage share.

By Walter Paternesi Meloni and Antonella Stirati

The study seeks to explain why the instruments of central banking inevitably break down over time.

By Edward J. Kane

How NAFTA led to GOP dominance of the American South

By Gavin Wright

Dec 08, 2020

Webinars and Events

Debt Talks Episode 5 | Country Debt: What's Next?

Can developing countries cope with high debt levels? How dire is the situation? Has the policy response been adequate? And what’s the situation in private external debt, and what should be done about private creditors? This edition of Debt Talks will discuss the situation in developing country debt during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nov 10, 2020

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The Future of Work | Who’s Not Afraid of Robots? A Comparison of National Models

Some nations have embraced new technologies, while others seem ill-prepared. What accounts for this difference?

Nov 17, 2020

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Debt Talks Episode 4 | Do We Need a Debt Jubilee?

What is the current situation in private indebtedness in the U.S.? Recent ideas suggest that excessive levels of debt are an obstacle to a quick recovery and sustained economic growth.

Sep 28, 2020

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Pandemics and Innovation

An INET organized panel under the auspices of the 2020 Trento Economic Festival

Oct 20, 2020

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Debt Talks Episode 3 | How Bad Can It Still Get? Credit Risks, Debt Overhang, and the COVID-19 Recession

What is the current situation in credit markets? Will an overhang of debt on corporate balance sheets slow down the recovery from the COVID recession and be a drag on investment going forward? Does the COVID recession still have the potential to turn into a broader financial meltdown?

Sep 26, 2020

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The Restructuring of the World Automobile Industry

An INET organized panel under the auspices of the 2020 Trento Economic Festival