Nobel laureate in economics, University Professor at Columbia University, founder of Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD)
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Recovering from the pandemic: an appraisal of lessons learned

This FEPS Covid Response Paper by Nobel Laureate Professor Joseph Stiglitz provides observations from the failures […]

Rewriting the Rules of the European Economy

Rewriting the Rules of the European Economyis a comprehensive assessment of what ails Europe and […]
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Making the international corporate tax system work for all

The international community seems to be moving towards a historic agreement on the taxation of […]

Lessons of the American election for Europe and the world

Despite years of disastrous economic policy, and an even more catastrophic handling of the Covid-19 […]

EU minimum wage – why now?

Impossible just a few years ago, the search for an adequate EU role on incomes is linked to the effort to correct the economic governance mechanism and make the EPSR real
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UNited for a new multilateralism – Online International Conference

The escalating global health, climate and economic crises have led to a further deterioration of […]

Different policies for a different crisis

This online conference is part of the Progressive Economic Policy Initiative. Tuesday 26 May 2020: […]
London, UK

Workshop on Financialisation, Growth and Welfare State

Organized by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Greenwich Political Economy Research […]
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Prof. Stiglitz: NextGenEU was a step forward, but the EU needs more flexibility

The Nobel Laureate in Economics Prof. Joseph E. Stiglitz speak out about EU’s economic governance and fiscal rules […]
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20 Years of the Euro – Looking back to look ahead

#2 FEPS Talks ‘Nobel Laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz’s view on the EU Economy’