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Guest Post: More on the Complexity Economics Panel at Bretton Woods

Author: 
Phil Henshaw

New Economic Thinking… on reading economic data

Progress at Bretton Woods

 

I returned late last night from the second Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) Conference which took place at Bretton Woods. This was the site of the historic Bretton Woods Agreement signed in 1944, establishing the IMF and the World Bank, and creating the global world financial order following WW II.  The Soros-backed INET was established to convene the world’s leading economists in order to rethink the discipline in light of the recent financial collapse, and provide an alternate career pathway for economists interested in doing unconventional research.  A visit to INET’s website will not disappoint.

Progress at Bretton Woods

Author: 
John Fullerton

 

I returned late last night from the second Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) Conference which took place at Bretton Woods. This was the site of the historic Bretton Woods Agreement signed in 1944, establishing the IMF and the World Bank, and creating the global world financial order following WW II.  The Soros-backed INET was established to convene the world’s leading economists in order to rethink the discipline in light of the recent financial collapse, and provide an alternate career pathway for economists interested in doing unconventional research.  A visit to INET’s website will not disappoint.

INET Conference Boggles the Mind

 

No doubt, we've all been to conferences that are both stimulating and exhausting at the same time. The George Soros backed Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) inaugural conference that took place April 8-10 at Kings College, Cambridge, UK ("the house of Keynes") stands out as a major achievement. I felt privileged to be there.

INET Conference Boggles the Mind

Author: 
John Fullerton

No doubt, we've all been to conferences that are both stimulating and exhausting at the same time. 

The George Soros backed Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) inaugural conference that took place April 8-10 at Kings College, Cambridge, UK ("the house of Keynes") stands out as a major achievement. I felt privileged to be there.

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