2/2/2018: Webinar Series: Credit Unions in Canada - Can Credit Unions Survive without Greater Co-operation?
The YSI Working Group on Cooperatives & Cooperation & YSI Working Group on Financial Stability is delighted to jointly host our second webinar with Dionne Pohler (University of Toronto / University of Saskatchewan) on: Friday, 2nd of February 2018, 10-11 am EST / 4-5 pm CET / 8:30-9:30 pm IST
The YSI Working Group on Cooperatives & Cooperation is delighted to launch its webinar series of 2018.
Call for Participants at the Festival for New Economic Thinking - "Alternative Theories of Economic Development"
The Economic Development Working Group is calling for workshop participants and debate contestants on the topic of “Alternative Theories of Economic Development”.
The Working Group on Philosophy of Economics is now calling for contributions!
The Inequality Working Group is calling for abstracts
The Finance, Law and Economics Working Group welcomes contributions by young scholars who wish to present their work during the corresponding session of the Festival on the following topics.
The Working group on Economics of Innovation invites you to submit an abstract of your work on the following topics.
The Economic History Working group invites scholars to submit their research on alternative perspectives and different approaches to the discipline.
Have you ever come across a quote in your research that makes everything else make sense? Did a particular quote ever embody the essence of your research project? In other words, have you found a quote or a short passage that gave you the ‘nugget’ that told you an important part of the story?
The Working Group on Political Economy of Europe is seeking contributions in each of its main themes of research.
Skills Workshop at the EU Parliament / Annual Meeting of the Finance, Law, and Economics Working Group
This two-day skills workshop / annual meeting of the Finance, Law, and Economics Working Group (FLE) aims to connect participants with politicians (MEP), lobbyists, NGOs, and practitioners working in fields related to law and finance. It will comprise workshops and visits with representatives, which will facilitate exchanges between academia and politics. Participants will gain fresh insights into the decision-making and lobbying processes in Brussels, allowing them to translate their ideas into actions and create a stronger social impact.
The Economic History Working Group and the Financial Stability Working Group of the Young Scholars Initiative are organizing a two-day seminar on May, 12th-13th in New York. The theme for the conference is “Institutional responses to financial crises 1870 to 2017”.
Elections for the YSI Community Report Committee will be held from March 17-31. The nomination process is open from March 3 - 10 .
The vision of the workshop is to create a space that would allow us to comprehend the contributions of partial and mutually exclusive paradigms that could shed light on bubbles.
When economists are perceived as a part of an untrustworthy elite and are publicly disregarded as “experts” people have “had enough of”, as was made explicit during the Brexit campaign, navigating the political environment and providing economic expertise and policy advice is an uphill battle.