The Triple Crisis Blog aims to contribute to a more open and global dialogue around the three simultaneous crises in finance, development, and the environment. A number of economists are questioning the maintream analyses of these crises and the bloggers of Triple Crisis aim to challenge the dominant economic schools of thinking. They also seek to provide additional exposure for the existing network of economists who are working on these three integrative crises.
Together they work toward solving the problems that the global economy confronts in an environmentally sound and globally just manner and to generate a dialogue in a way that will influence policymakers and the broader public.
The blog is co-chaired by Kevin P. Gallagher, Boston University professor and research associate at the Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University (GDAE); and Jayati Ghosh, Nehru University professor and coordinator of the Economic Research Foundation, Delhi, India.
Kevin Gallagher, Research Associate|
Sanjay Reddy, Associate Professor of Economics, The New School for Social Research
Jayati Ghosh, Professor
C. P. Chandrasekhar, Professor
Charles Akelyira Abugre, Tutor and Research Fellow
Ilene Grabel, Associate Professor
Martin Khor, Executive Director
Timothy Wise, Deputy Director and Researcher
|Website||http://triplecrisis.com/ (link opens in a new window)|
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