August 8, 2020Interviews
Economics, Bosses, and Interest
An interview with Stephen Marglin.
Stephen Marglin is Walter S. Barker Professor Economics at Harvard University, where he has taught since he received tenure in 1968.
April 21, 2020Sources
Among the diverse local and national policy responses undertaken to combat the pandemic in recent months, Kerala's has been notable. Within the broader context of Indian economic development, Kerala's government has a tradition of successful redistributive development policies, sometimes referred…
March 6, 2020Phenomenal Works
Phenomenal Works: Nathan Lane
History, empirics, and industrial policy
Nathan Lane is an economist working on political economy, development, and economic history.
January 27, 2020Sources
Deindustrialization is a global phenomenon taking place more rapidly in middle- income countries than in high-income ones. Despite the global decline of manufacturing employment, "industrial policy" is increasingly salient in research and policy debates. But deindustrialization poses significant challenges for…