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  • Economics hasn’t changed much in response to sociology, psychology, and other social sciences. Alan Kirman, professor emeritus of Economics at the University of Aix-Marseille III and at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, explains why that’s a problem.

      

  • The economics profession incentivizes conformity over quality. Could pressure from outside groups change that?

INET sits down with Sapienza University of Rome economist Carlo D’Ippoliti to discuss.

      

  • Economics is often thought of as emotion-less, but University of Southern California economist Daniel Benjamin argues for happiness as a vital indicator. Benjamin discusses how economists measure and understand behavior.

      

  • Puerto Rico’s Crisis Began Before Hurricane Maria

      

  • Are We Ready to Give Up Autonomy to AI?

      

  • ‘Stratification’ Theory Tackles the Racial Blindspots of Orthodox Economics

      

  • Can we overcome the economic legacy of racism?

      

  • Puerto Rico’s Crisis Began Before Hurricane Maria

      

  • Is risk mispriced in credit booms, and if so, why?

      

  • Why does the stock market drive wealth inequality? INET Fellow Moritz Schularick explains.

      

  • How can we measure risk exposure of banks and credit markets?

      

  • Non-bank lending and the credit cycle: what are the risks?

      

Economics hasn’t changed much in response to sociology, psychology, and other social sciences. Alan Kirman, professor emeritus of Economics at the University of Aix-Marseille III and at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, explains why that’s a problem.

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