Articles and analyses from the INET community on the key economic questions of our time.
Many of the challenges facing the new EU Presidency will need to be addressed not only at the European level but within a reinvigorated multilateral framework.
Many indicators say the US is close to full employment: Hours of work tell a different story.
INET’s grantees and Commission on Global Economic Transformation are looking at artificial intelligence and society.
Frequent civil conflicts in African countries may erode national identity, thus highlighting a reason why civil conflict is costly for growth and development
As the maladies of modern capitalism have multiplied, fundamental questions about the future of the world’s dominant economic model have become impossible to ignore. But in the absence of viable alternatives, the question is how to reform a system that is increasingly at odds with democracy.
One of America’s leading socialists discusses how a collectively owned economy would be structured, the limits of the welfare state, and what Keynes understood that Marx didn’t
Everyone is waking up to the fact that estimates of what is possible in the economy are way off: this paper explains why