The Center will hold its 17th annual conference on Monday, October 7th, 2019, entitled: "Progressivism, Socialism, Nationalism: What Room for Innovation and 'Creative Destruction'? For Economic Justice to the Least Advantaged? For Teaching Youth the Good Life?" Panelists and discussants will be Benyamin Appelbaum, Gerald Auten, Ryan Bourne, Pinelopi Goldberg, Jeffrey Gordon, Jonathan Haidt, Hian Teck Hoon, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Lina Khan, Charles Kolb, Margaret Levi, Leif Pagrotsky, Edmund Phelps, Thomas Philippon, Michelle Pannor Silver, David Splinter, Joseph Stiglitz, Ryan Streeter, Bhaskar Sunkara, Andreas Wimmer and Gylfi Zoega. Click here for more information.
Explore the latest issue of Capitalism and Society on our new Journal website. The issue features papers by Robert Z. Aliber, Barry Eichengreen, Roman Frydman, Jason Furman, Geoffrey Heal and Edmund Phelps on the economic impact of the Trump administration's policies on areas such as jobs, taxes, trade, growth, the environment, health, and satisfaction. Click here to read the issue in full online (plus explore related video from our 16th annual conference in September 2018).
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The Center on Capitalism and Society brings together leading scholars in economics, business, finance and law to study capitalist institutions, their effectiveness and their weaknesses, in order to get some answers to such basic questions about capitalism—its working, its dynamism and the instability it may cause, its inclusiveness or lack thereof and its role in a democracy.