Insights Blog

The United Nation’s 2016 Paris Agreement, negotiated by 195 countries, creates a framework for keeping global temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees celsius. The next task is determining how to pay for it in a fair way.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ramping up its collaboration with climate change experts in the academic community.

Book Draws Praise from Two Former Chairmen of White House Council on Economic Advisors

SCEPA Economist David Howell published an article in The American Prospect magazine arguing for the need to reframe the minimum wage debate. 

SCEPA is proud to congratulate New School Economics PhD Heather Boushey on her appointment as chief economist of Hillary Clinton’s transition team.

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