Financial Stability, Economic Policy, and Economic Nationalism
28th Annual Hyman P. Minsky Conference on the State of US and World EconomiesApril 17, 2019
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In the Media | March 2019
By Katia DmitrievaBloomberg Quick Take with the Washington Post, March 13, 2019. All rights reserved.
Outlining the basics of Modern Monetary Theory, Bloomberg's Katia Dmitrieva cites the work of Levy Research Associate Pavlina Tcherneva as a leading voice in the field.
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Press Releases | March 2019
Leading Economists and Policymakers to Discuss Increasing Financial Instability and Risk of Recession at the Levy Economics Institute’s 28th Annual Hyman P. Minsky Conference, April 17 at Bard College
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European Commission’s Sovereign Bond-Backed Securities (SBBS) Proposal Unlikely to Work and Could Undermine Financial Stability, Says New Levy Institute Study
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Remembering Levy Institute Visiting Scholar and post-Keynesian economist, Nina Shapiro
Levy Institute President Dimitri B. Papadimitriou Addresses Mexican Congress on National Development Banks as an Instrument of Growth
Rania Antonopoulou, former Alternate Minister of Labor of Greece, shares her "own truth."
The Rock-Star Appeal of Modern Monetary TheoryThe Sanders generation and a new economic idea
Minsky's MomentThe second in a series of articles on seminal economic ideas looks at Hyman Minsky’s hypothesis that booms sow the seeds of busts.