IX New Paradigm Workshop – 27 October 2021

A new economy, where are we?

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Summary

Forty years after the beginning of the age of Reaganomics, a new era seems to have begun in the USA. A major paradigm shift has begun in once brand-liberal institutions like the IMF. In economics, there are new schools of thought. And even in Germany, with the prospect of the new government, the potential seems to be there for something fundamentally new. All this is enough for us to make a stop on the way to a possible new paradigm at our IX New Paradigm Workshop on 27 October 2021.
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Agenda

  • Oct 27 9:00
    Introduction

    THOMAS FRICKE (FORUM NEW ECONOMY)

  • Oct 27 9:15
    New Paradigm Knowledge Base - Update I

    On the new role of the state – RAINER KATTEL (IIPP, LONDON)

    Discussant: PHILIPP STEINBERG (BMWi)

    On a modern climate policy – TOM KREBS (FORUM NEW ECONOMY, BERLIN)

    Discussant: TBA

    On a new fiscal paradigm – CATHERINE MATHIEU (OFCE, PARIS)

    Discussant: CHRISTIAN BREUER (ZBW, HAMBURG)

  • Oct 27 10:30
    NEW PARADIGM SPEED DATING: State of the paradigm shift – A new Washington Consensus?

    MARTIN SANDBU (FT, LONDON, tbc)

  • Oct 27 11:00
    BREAK
  • Oct 27 11:15
    Designing a new overall economic paradigm

    On the need for a next generation of economists – DIANE COYLE (UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE)

    On a new shared understanding – MICHAEL JACOBS (ECU & SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY)

     

    JENS SÜDEKUM (UNIVERSITY OF DÜSSELDORF)

    JAKOB VON WEIZSÄCKER (FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE)

  • Oct 27 13:00
    LUNCH BREAK
  • Oct 27 14:00
    New Paradigm Knowledge Base – Update II

    On financial markets and inequality – MORITZ SCHULARICK (UNIVERSITY OF BONN & INET)

    Discussant: DOROTHEA SCHÄFER (DIW)

    On how to fight populism – ROBERT GOLD (IfW, KIEL)

    Discussant: TBA

    On recipes against inequality – CHARLOTTE BARTELS (HARVARD UNIVERSITY)

    Discussant: TBA

  • Oct 27 15:15
    Is there a narrative for a new paradigm around, yet?

    Narrative economics – challenges and definition – MICHAEL ROOS (RUB, BOCHUM)

    New narratives during Germany’s federal election campaign – THOMAS FRICKE & ANNE ZWEYNERT DE CADENA (FORUM NEW ECONOMY)

    ANATOLE KALETSKY (GAVEKAL DRAGONOMICS)

     

  • Oct 27 16:30
    BREAK
  • Oct 27 17:00
    NEW PARADIGM SPEED DATING: How to frame a new economy - view from the UK

    DORA MEADE (NEON, LONDON)

    GERHARD SCHICK (FINANZWENDE, BERLIN)

  • Oct 27 17:30
    On the need for a new social contract

    TALK WITH MINOUCHE SHAFIK (LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS)

    MARCEL FRATZSCHER (DIW)

    Moderator: CHRISTIAN ODENDAHL (CER, BERLIN)

  • Oct 27 18:30
    Bidenomics - Bringing a new paradigm into practice?

    BARRY EICHENGREEN (BERKELEY UNIVERSITY)

     

    MICHAEL C. BURDA (HU BERLIN)

    XAVIER RAGOT (OFCE PARIS, tbc)

    GILLIAN TETT (FT NEW YORK, tbc)

    Moderator: NICOLA BRANDT (OECD, BERLIN)

  • Oct 27 19:30
    END

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