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  • 28-April-2021

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    A Systemic Recovery

    The scale and scope of the existential problems we are facing are now evident. They are systemic and solving them will require rebuilding the whole system. This is the role of NAEC. Two years ago we looked at Systemic Collapse. NAEC has since been Confronting Planetary Emergencies with some of the world’s leading economists and will now facilitate a debate on policy approaches to develop the resilience necessary for a Systemic Recovery.

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  • 11-March-2021

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    The Plague Cycle - Charles Kenny

    The Plague Cycle reveals the relationship between civilisation, globalisation, prosperity, and infectious disease over the past five millennia. It harnesses history, economics, and public health, and charts humanity’s remarkable progress, providing a timely look at the cyclical nature of infectious disease.

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  • 27-November-2020

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    The Great Demographic Reversal - Charles Goodhart and Manoj Pradhan

    The underlying forces of demography and globalisation will shortly reverse three multi-decade global trends – it will raise inflation and interest rates, but lead to a pullback in inequality. “Whatever the future holds it will be nothing like the past”.

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  • 9-October-2020

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    Confronting Planetary Emergencies - Solving Human Problems

    Covid-19 has shown how a health emergency can provoke severe economic consequences across the planet. The interconnectedness and interdependence of global systems means that any local crisis can rapidly scale up to contribute to planetary environmental, social, economic, and political emergencies. The NAEC Group discuss the urgent changes in analysis and action needed to tackle planetary emergencies and global-scale systemic challenges.

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  • 17-July-2020

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    Multilateralism: Another Covid Casualty? - Giampiero Massolo

    President of the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), former Italian G20/G7 Sherpa and Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, speaking in the series NAEC and the Italian Presidency of the G20.

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  • 22-May-2020

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    Is this time different? Recovery in a time of pandemic - Paul Krugman

    Paul Robin Krugman is the Distinguished Professor of Economics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and a columnist for The New York Times. In 2008, Krugman was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his contributions to New Trade Theory and New Economic Geography

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  • 15-May-2020

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    Will Covid-19 Remake the World? - Dani Rodrik

    Covid-19 is reinforcing existing problems of inequality and economic insecurity within nations. In response we need a new direction for policy, investing in continuous education, social protection and flexible markets ("flexicurity")

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  • 30-April-2020

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    Exiting and Learning from the Covid-19 Pandemic - Michael Spence

    Nobel Laureate Michael Spence discusses the exit and restoration of “normal” economic activity, specifically the close alignment between good health outcomes (containment) and speeding up the recovery. Professor Spence also discusses what appears to be large differences in performance across countries and jurisdictions in containing the virus. He looks at post pandemic recovery and longer term changes.

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  • 23-April-2020

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    Shock-proof: Building Resilient Systems in the 21st Century

    The Covid-19 pandemic has reminded us of the fragility of some of our most basic human-made systems. What sort of policies and strategies are required to make such systems more resilient? Some of the world’s leading political economic thinkers imagine a next world system, transforming thinking and action to achieve that vision.

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  • 5-March-2020

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    Integrative Economics

    If we want to put people at the centre of economic policy, then economics has to study people. It has to understand how their thoughts, feelings, aspirations, history, and culture interact inside them to produce the decisions and actions visible to the outside world. Understanding people to understand the economy is at the core of NAEC, and is the central issue of this conference on integrative economics.

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