ECOINT talks with International Economic Thinkers I An evening with Carmen M. Reinhart



Carmen M. Reinhart presents her economic ideas and career. This is the first of a series of interviews conducted by the ERC Advanced programme ’20th Century International Economic Thinking’ with the aim of engaging with international economic thinkers who work at intergovernmental organisations.

The aim is to illuminate the range of ideas that have fashioned economic thinking and policy in the 20th Century. What are the unique trajectories of these influential thinkers in the interstitial space of international forums? How have their economic ideas, doubts, and dreams evolved and turned into actionable programs on a planetary scale? How are ideas about the world economy produced in Intergovernmental Organisations? Who are the visible and invisible actors and what are the visible and invisible processes, institutions and practices?

‘ECOINT talks with International Economic Thinkers’ is part of the research programme ‘Twentieth Century International Economic Thinking’ (2020-2025), funded by the European Research Council and based at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy. We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the Florence School of Banking and Regulation, and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute.

Carmen M Reinhart is Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank Group, Minos A. Zombanakis Professor of the International Financial System at Harvard Kennedy School, and former Senior Policy Advisor and Deputy Director of the Research Department at the International Monetary Fund.

4 comments

  1. please help us !! we are being censored here in Brazil ..

    supreme judicial judiciary

    They persecute journalists, singers, youtubers, doctors and politicians who think differently about the election results.

    We are being censored in every way

    Disclose to as many people as possible for freedom

    I am from the poorest northeast region of Brazil where left-wing politicians dominate the people, giving crumbs in exchange for votes and the people remain in poverty

    The new government has balanced our economy and those placed by the PT governments are in charge of the Superior Electoral Court.

    Send this message to the world

  2. She uses lots of words, speaks in a irritating manner and doesn’t seem to answer the question or by the time she stops talking you forget what the question was . You know. You know.

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