Joseph Stiglitz is a former chief economist of the World Bank (1997-2000) and currently teaches at the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University. In 2001, he received jointly with Akerlof and Spence the Nobel Prize in Economics.
Economics of the Interregnum
The original premise of this intervention was to analyze Europe and the pandemic, but events always take over and so it is necessary to cover Europe, the pandemic, and the Ukraine invasion and try to put thesein a broader perspective. Europe has shown an enormous and impressive solidarity in responding both to the pandemic and … ContinuedRead the article
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On September 23rd, the GEG Weekly Seminar will discuss economic measures to answer the post-pandemic economic challenges. The discussion will be based on a paper written by Olivier...