Tag: Economics

Analysis: Europe’s emerging new borders

What patent applications reveal about European identity.

/ November 20, 2017

Productivity Growth in Italy: A tale of a slow-motion change

In association with the NYU Department of Economics and the New York Delegation of the Banca d’Italia. A presentation by Matteo Bugamelli, Banca d’Italia. Introduced by Alberto Bisin, NYU. Productivity is the main factor holding back Italy’s long-term economic growth. Since the second half of...

/ October 30, 2017

2016: A New Financial Crisis?

A panel discussion with: Willem Buiter, Global Chief Economist of Citigroup; Senior Research Fellow at SIPA Perry Mehrling, Professor of Economics Jan Svejnar, James T. Shotwell Professor of Global Political Economy Adam Tooze, Director, European Institute; Kathryn and Shelby Cullom...

/ March 2, 2016

Criminal Capitalism in Imperial Russia: Counterfeiters, Merchants and Gendarmes

A talk with Sergei Antonov of Columbia University. From the Jordan Center website: Forgery and counterfeiting are as old as money itself, but they enjoyed a fresh start in the eighteenth century when European states, including Russia after 1769, began...

/ February 5, 2016