May 20, 2018

On April 20th we had the opportunity to have Francesco Papadia with us, current Senior Fellow in Bruegel and former Director General for Market Operations at the ECB. For this webinar, he presented his new book “Central Banking in Turbulent Times”.

During the session, w...

March 12, 2018

On the 16th of February we were glad to host Anna Della Negra, PhD student at the Law Faculty of the University of Udine for the first event of our new webinar series “Young Researchers in FLE”. The title of Anna’s presentation was “The Single Resolution Mechanism: Jux...

March 11, 2018

The dominant paradigm in economic thinking leads to a lack of awareness of the history of economic thought. In fact, ideas in the general presentation of economic textbooks appear as if they were coherent with a world of costless interaction between uniform utility max...

March 11, 2018

Economic growth and development in the second half of 20th century was dominated by debates between proponents of endogenous and exogenous growth theories. The former implied that growth stems primarily from investment in human capital, innovation, and knowledge that c...

March 11, 2018

Within the broader agenda pursued by INET and YSI to help shift the dominant paradigm in economic thought, our working group focuses on the institutions and legal frameworks in which economic processes are embedded. The paradigm that developed around neoclassical econo...

February 14, 2018

Our working group had the chance to participate in the 1st Change Finance Forum organised by Finance Watch, on 4 & 5 December, 2017, in Brussels. The event was chiefly characterised by a broad representation of a myriad of stakeholders. In fact, academics and experts w...

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