Articles and analyses from the INET community on the key economic questions of our time.
Researchers reveal the enemies to stability and prosperity that threaten us all.
Felwine Sarr : La crise du COVID-19 indique une nécessité de changement et de repenser le monde de demain
Entretien avec Pr Felwine Sarr, Professeur Titulaire des Universités et agrégé en économie à l’Université Gaston Berger de Saint-Louis au Sénégal, pour la série d’INET sur COVID-19 et l’Afrique
Since the 1980s, the enemy of equal employment opportunity through upward socioeconomic mobility has been the pervasive and entrenched corporate-governance ideology and practice of maximizing shareholder value.
Over five phased announcements last week, the Indian government set in motion an unprecedented fiscal stimulus. Gaurav Dalmia looks at India’s near-term economic challenges and offers a prescription on how privatisation can help India achieve its objectives.
John Ruskin helps shed light on what it means to have an economy that demands we die for it
With the COVID-19 death toll rising, we should question the wisdom and morality of an IP system that silently condemns millions of human beings to suffering and death every year.
Just before the crisis, European countries were designing austerity reforms that would increase inequality and reduce internal demand. Could they return?
The EU’s Green Deal: Bismarck’s ‘What Is Possible’ versus Thunberg’s ‘What Is Imperative’ in the Age of Covid-19
What ails the EU Green Deal is exactly what troubles the Union in general — an absence of social democracy at work
During WWII FDR mobilized private manufacturers to support the war effort. To keep Americans healthy, we need to do the same now for medical equipment