Research note— New research shows that even before the COVID-19 recession, only 36% of workers ages 25-64 were participating in a retirement plan at work, a five percentage point decrease from five years prior.
This brief note explores the possibility of working towards an enlarged self-definition of economics through economists’ study and appreciation of economic sociology.
This paper reviews literature and theory on macroeconomics' use of the "natural" interest rate.
This paper builds on recent research focusing on the financialization of GDP.
This paper seeks to assess the effects of an undervalued currency on economic growth.
Policy proposals to cut Social Security benefits by increasing the normal retirement age from 67 to as high as 76 ignore the persistent physical demands older workers face.
This paper finds that a combination of policies and shocks were able to significantly depress the personal wealth of the Top 0.1% between 1961-1986.
SCEPA and INET are proud to present an online economics class - advanced microeconomics - taught by Duncan Foley, the Leo Model Professor of Economics at The New School.
Learn the basic economic framework of human behavior developed based on the entropy-constrained theory and its advantages over the marginal utility theory of economics.
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