New Common Sense: A new way of thinking about the economy

The Hewlett Foundation’s New Common Sense is an email newsletter spotlighting the stories and work of Economy and Society Initiative grantees and partners leading the transition to a new way of thinking about the economy.

Previous Issues

Andrea Dehlendorf on AI and the neoliberal order
January 16, 2024

Brian Kettenring on industrial policy and the new paradigm
November 21, 2023

Zach Carter on Bidenomics and insights into inflation
September 20, 2023

Lisa Donner on disentangling the economy from neoliberal financialization
July 20, 2023

K. Sabeel Rahman on statecraft and policy design for a new political economy
May 8, 2023

Brian Kettenring on a global network of university political economy centers
March 28, 2023

Eduardo Engel and Benjamín García of Espacio Público on Chile’s path to a new constitution 
February 15, 2023

Larry Kramer: We need to talk about capitalism
December 20, 2022

Big ideas and policy shifts for a new paradigm
November 21, 2022

Mariana Mazzucato of UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose on the state’s role in capitalist economies
July 27, 2022

David Singh Grewal of UC Berkeley School of Law on the breakdown of neoliberalism as foreign policy agenda
June 3, 2022

Darrick Hamilton, Grieve Chelwa, and Avi Green of the Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy at the New School on neoliberalism’s blindness to race and gender
April 7, 2022

Demos Helinki’s Juha Leppänen on the emerging economic movement towards a post-neoliberal era
February 16, 2022

The Roosevelt Institute’s Rhiana Gunn-Wright and Lew Daly on racial justice, neoliberalism and the climate crisis
December 17, 2021

The Law and Political Economy Project’s Amy Kapczynski on the role of the law in vaccine production and the movement toward post-neoliberal legal scholarship
October 29, 2021

Gabriel Zucman of UC Berkeley on a new global minimum tax and the future of corporate taxation
October 1, 2021

Community Change’s Dorian Warren on the Lessons of the Child Tax Credit
August 26, 2021

Toward a New Common Sense for the Economy
June 25, 2021

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