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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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  • 25-February-2021

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    The Deficit Myth? - Stephanie Kelton

    Vice-president Dick Cheney famously boasted, “Reagan proved deficits don’t matter.” Was he right? Do deficits matter? Stephanie Kelton leads a debate on whether deficits matter and how we think about government spending today and the implications for future generations. Can deficits be used to sustain life and build a more just economy that works for the many and not just the few?

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  • 27-January-2021

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    A Brain Capital Grand Strategy: Towards Economic Re-imagination

    A discussion of A Brain Capital Grand Strategy: Towards Economic Re-imagination – an inter-disciplinary effort of medical doctors, neuroscientists and economists. In our brain economy, investments in brain health and brain skills are critical for post-COVID economic renewal, re-imagination, and long-term economic resilience.

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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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  • 19-November-2020

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    Angrynomics - Mark Blyth and Eric Lonergan

    Why are measures of stress and anxiety on the rise when economists and politicians tell us we have never had it so good? While statistics tell us that the vast majority of people are getting steadily richer, the world most of us experience day in and day out feels increasingly uncertain, unfair, and ever more expensive. Angrynomics explores the anger and proposes radical solutions for an increasingly polarized and confusing world.

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  • 10-November-2020

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    How Much State in the Post Covid Economy?

    Giuliano Amato, Professor Emeritus at the EUI in Florence and the Università La Sapienza in Rome, former Prime Minister of Italy, is speaking in the seminar series NAEC and the Italian Presidency of the G20.

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  • 13-October-2020

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    Ageing and the Impact of Covid-19 on Demographics

    Gian Carlo Blangiardo, President of the Italian National Institute of Statistics (Istat), speaking in the series NAEC and the Italian Presidency of the G20.

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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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  • 1-October-2020

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    Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe - Niall Ferguson

    Drawing from multiple disciplines, including history, economics, public health and network science, Niall Ferguson describes the pathologies that have done us so much damage: from imperial hubris to bureaucratic sclerosis and online schism. Covid-19 was a test failed by countries who must learn some serious lessons from history if they are to avoid the doom of irreversible decline.

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    NAEC Conferences

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    Confronting Planetary Emergencies

    9 October 2020

      OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France  

    CONFERENCE

     

    Integrative Economics

    5-6 March 2020

      OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France  

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    Averting Systemic Collapse

    17-18 September 2019

      OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France  

    CONFERENCE

     

     


    New Analytical Tools and Techniques for Economic Policymaking

     

    15-16 April 2019

      OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France  

    CONFERENCE


    10 years after the failure of Lehman Brothers: What have we learned?

     

    13-14 September 2018

      OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France  

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    The State of Mind in Economics

     

     

    30-31 October 2017

      OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France