Konferens New Economic Order – The Future of Progressive Fiscal Policy
War, inflation, recession and increasing inequality. We need progressive fiscal policy that can respond to the major challenges of our time. Arena Idé would like to involve you in the discussion on what should shape the economic policies of tomorrow. With some of the world’s leading progressive economists and intellectuals, we are turning the page to the new chapter that the current cost-of living-crisis might lead to.
The conference highlights tomorrow’s fiscal policy and macroeconomic trends, the democratic deficit of monetary policy, investments for the climate transition and how to best fight inflation.
Presenter: Silvia Kakembo, Head of Agency at Arena Opinion.
The conference is organised in co-operation with the macrofinance institute Dezernat Zukunft.
Where: Södra Teatern, Stockholm
When: 21 September 2023, 9.30–16.00.
How: The conference is free, lunch and coffee will be provided.
Isabella Weber, political economist working on China, global trade and the history of economic thought. Weber has revolutionized the public discourse on inflation control with her research on seller’s inflation and price regulation.
Eric Monnet, economic historian and professor at the Paris School of Economics and author of the award-winning book La Banque Providence: Démocratiser la banque centrale et la monnaie, which will be launched internationally this fall.
Jorge Uxó, professor of economics, specialising in Macroeconomics, Economic Policy in the EMU, and Post Keynesian Economics.
Orsetta Causa, senior economist at the OECD Economics Department, head of the Labour market and Inequalities Work stream. Her research interests cover labour market dynamics and inequality.
Stefanie Stantcheva, professor of Political Economy at Harvard and founder of the Social Economics Lab. Her work has centered around the long-lasting effects of tax policy – on innovation, education, and wealth.
Philippa Sigl-Glöckner, founder and head of Dezernat Zukunft. Sigl-Glöckner is a rising star on the German and European economic scene and has worked as an advisor at the German Ministry of Finance, the World Bank and the German Central Bank.
Press contact and other questions regarding the conference:
Klara Andersson Åsman,
Dezernat Zukunft is a non-partisan institute that aims to explain and re-think monetary, financial, fiscal, and economic policy in an accessible, coherent and relevant manner.