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Zero Interest Rates in EU: The Myth of the Poor German Saver

Panic over the impact on  German savers of low interest rates and looming inflation neglects to mention that very few Germans are saving much Read more

INET's Turner Warns Against 'Fantasy' of Stimulating Economies Through Financial Deregulation

There is no good case for major deregulation of the US financial sector, warns INET Board Chairman Adair Turner, and any backsliding by a Trump administration on banks’ capital requirements instituted globally after 2008 will be very dangerous Read more

Robots, Universal Basic Income, and the Welfare State

Evidence thus far questions the assumption that robotics are eliminating jobs. INET Senior Vice President for Programs Rick McGahey says the UBI debate should focus on the long-term weakening of labor’s bargaining power Read more