Climate change, dangerously high inequality, unstable financial markets and the looming crisis of globalization – all these challenges require fundamentally new answers — by Thomas Fricke and Simon Tilford.
A Forum New Economy Working Paper by Laurie Laybourn-Langton.
Narratives are still underrepresented in economic research. Robert Shiller wants that to change and points to the huge influences in economic developments fueled by narratives.
Right after getting the $1.9 trillion rescue plan approved, Biden is ready to push for a $3 trillion infrastructure package. How do these measures reflect the changes in economic theory and policy debates?
The Economy for All initiative of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung presented and discussed a new study on paradigm change on 18.3.2021. Also on the panel that discussed the study – Forum New Economy.
On the 10th edition of our New Economy Short Cut series Martin Sandbu presented his new book "Economics of Belonging: A Radical Plan to Win Back the Left Behind and Achieve Prosperity for All"
Could Joe Biden’s big package be the start of a whole new paradigm of economic policy making?
Every three months Forum New Economy is showcasing a hand full of selected research papers that lead the way towards a new economic paradigm.
Interview with Larry Kramer – Wind of change from the U.S.
Michael Jacobs, Denis Snower, Katharina Beck, Christoph Schmidt and Nicola Brandt discuss on February 15 about the meaningfulness of growth and how to make economic policy more goal-oriented.
Why german economic liberalism still has its work cut out for it.
Timothy Garton Ash describes what should replace the failed technocratic economic liberalism of the past three decades.
Bernie Sanders becomes chairman of the important Budget Committee in the US-Senat. Rob Johnson talks about the importance of the position and what Sanders' appointment may mean for future policies.
Since our launch in 2019 we published a dozen of studies. Here you can find an overview of all of our studies.
Register now for our next workshop "On the future of the German economic model II - Prospects for the next legislative term"
We take a look at what the past year has meant for us, as a Forum, and for us all - and give you a glimpse of the exciting projects we are planning for 2021.
Green New Deal or stagnation in the old world? What does the upcoming Biden-presidency mean for the economic outlook of the US? Watch the video with James K. Galbraith here.
The economists that will be working for the president elect will likely focus on strengthening the power of labor, but will it be an all-encompassing paradigm shift?