Center's Kierkegaard conference in The Economist
Matthew Bishop, who served as a moderator at the Center's May 5th conference on Søren Kierkegaard, on the event in The Economist.
Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2013
People's Daily Online on the Center's joint conference with New Huadu Business School
People's Daily Online reports on the recent Beijing conference co-organized by the Center on Capitalism and Society and New Huadu Business School.
Edmund Phelps's "Less Innovation, More Inequality" in The New York Times
Center Director Edmund Phelps on innovation and inequality in The New York Times online, as part of their ongoing series on inequality, "The Great Divide".
Edmund Phelps's REWARDING WORK in the National Review
Director Edmund Phelps' REWARDING WORK forms the background for Reihan Salam's assessment of Peter Cove's call for a new WPA in the National Review.
Deutsche Welle interview with Edmund Phelps
In a wide-ranging interview, which appears in December 16's Deutsche Welle, Center Director Edmund Phelps discusses probing present-day problems in economic governance and policy. Please follow the link for Michael Knigge's piece, 'Alliance between banks and governments at the heart of eurozone crisis.'
Roman Frydman and Michael Goldberg chosen by Martin Wolf as non-fiction favorite for 2011
The Center on Capitalism and Society is delighted at the news that Beyond Mechanical Markets (Princeton University Press) by Roman Frydman and Michael Goldberg has been chosen by Martin Wolf of the Financial Times as his non-fiction favorite for 2011. Roman, a founding member of the Center on Capitalism and Society, has been a driving force in the Center's program to rewrite the economics of modern capitalist economies. Please follow the link for the FT’s list of Books of the Year that includes Beyond Mechanical Markets.
Edmund Phelps awarded the Louise Blouin Foundation Creative Leadership Award
Thought Economics interview with Edmund Phelps
On September 1, the blog Thought Economics published an interview with Center Director Edmund Phelps titled 'Capitalism - what comes next?' The piece discusses the story of modern capitalism, the benefits it has brought, and the challenges it has created. It also explores the 'post crisis' economy, the role of government in society, the relationship between capitalism and conflict, the role of oil in our society and looks at what needs to be done to 'fix' our global economy, and the science of economics itself.