In search of a new paradigm
The great economic recession of the previous decade has served as a motive to start a conversation regarding the goals, priorities and tools of economic policy. The pandemic fuelled the need for this conversation, by challenging dogmas and questioning one-way solutions.
The goals of our Economic Justice project are -among other things- to analyse the tendencies of the global as well as the Greek economy, trace the forming perceptions regarding economic policy and create a space for dialogue on alternative economic thinking.
The project started in January 2022. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Tooze, one of the most influential thinkers of our times, will be joining Eteron’s director, Gabriel Sakellaridis, on Friday April 8 for a conversation in the Delphi Economic Forum.
They will be talking about the “search for a new paradigm of economic justice in turbulent times”.
The event will start at 14:50 – Eastern European Time/ 12:50 GMT.
You can watch the live video here:
The next days we will publish the recording of the discussion.
Adam Tooze holds the Shelby Cullom Davis chair of History at Columbia University in New York, where he teaches Contemporary History and serves as Director of the European Institute of Columbia. He has also taught at Cambridge and Yale Universities. Adam Tooze was named as one of the top Global Thinkers of the decade by Foreign Policy magazine.
The latest issue of New York Magazine hosted a feature on Adam Tooze titled “Adam Tooze Explains Everything”.
Delphi Economic Forum engages political, economic, business, academic, and other thought leaders in an effort to address emerging challenges, influence the national and regional agendas and promote sustainable and socially responsible growth policies for Europe, the wider Eastern Mediterranean and Greece.