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How Far Will the Euro Fall?

How Far Will the Euro Fall?
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Anatole Kaletsky

LONDON – The US dollar is hitting new 12-year highs almost daily, while the euro seems to be plunging inexorably to below dollar parity. Currency movements are often described as the most unpredictable of all financial variables; but recent events […]

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INET 6th Annual Conference

INET 6th Annual Conference

The Institute for New Economic Thinking is holding its sixth Annual Conference from April 8 to April 11, 2015, in collaboration with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris. The conference, titled “New Economic Thinking: Liberté, Égalité, Fragilité,” is focused […]

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La ricerca del gruppo ISC-CNR sbarca su Corsera

La ricerca del gruppo ISC-CNR sbarca su Corsera

Il Corriere della Sera oggi pubblica un articolo che richiama i principali risultati riportati nell’ultimo paper del gruppo EconPlexity di ISC-Sapienza-CNR. La ricerca, di recente pubblicata su PlosOne, è stata recensita anche dalla rivista internazionale Nature. L’articolo del Corriere ricorda […]

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Repubblica: Si chiama “export complesso” l’ultima frontiera del business

Repubblica: Si chiama “export complesso” l’ultima frontiera del business

di Christian Benna, Repubblica, 15 aprile 2015:  Non solo Brics. Certo, India e Cina continueranno a crescere ancora per altri 10 anni, raggiungendo – nel 2022 – un Pil totale di 26 trilioni di dollari. Ma i nuovi i paesi emergenti, […]

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The Moral Economy of Debt

The Moral Economy of Debt
by 
ROBERT SKIDELSKY

LONDON – Every economic collapse brings a demand for debt forgiveness. The incomes needed to repay loans have evaporated, and assets posted as collateral have lost value. Creditors demand their pound of flesh; debtors clamor for relief. Consider Strike Debt, an […]

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To move beyond boom and bust, we need a new theory of capitalism

To move beyond boom and bust, we need a new theory of capitalism
by 
Paul Mason

This is the year that economics might, if we are lucky, turn a corner. There’s a deluge of calls for change in the way it is taught in universities. There’s a global conference  at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development […]

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