INET Center for Imperfect Knowledge Economics – University of Copenhagen

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INET Center for Imperfect Knowledge Economics

The center is part of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) Program on Imperfect Knowledge Economics (IKE).

The director of the INET Center for IKE is Professor Katarina Juselius, University of Copenhagen, and the head of the board is Professor Niels Thygesen, University of Copenhagen. The chair of the INET Program on IKE is Professor Roman Frydman, New York University.

Read Professor Katarina Juselius' opening talk and Professor Roman Frydman's talk on 'Imperfect Knowledge and Economic Science' from the launch of the INET Center on IKE at the University of Copenhagen. The full program from the launch of the INET Center on IKE can be found here.

The two essays 'Non-routine Change, Imperfect Knowledge and Economic Science' and 'From Post-War Economic Theory to Imperfect Knowledge Economics' give an introduction to Imperfect Knowledge Economics.

Leadership

Professor Katarina Juselius

Katarina Juselius

Director of the INET Center for IKE.
Professor of Economics, University of Copenhagen.

Professor Niels ThygesenNiels Thygesen

Chair of the Advisory Board of the INET Center for IKE.
Professor Emeritus of International Economics, University of Copenhagen.

Professor Søren JohansenSøren Johansen

Senior Research Associate of the INET Center for IKE.
Professor of Econometrics, University of Copenhagen.

Professor Roman FrydmanRoman Frydman

Chair of the INET Program on IKE.
Professor of Economics, New York University.

Professor Michael GoldbergMichael Goldberg

Senior Research Associate of the INET Program on IKE.
Professor of Economics, University of New Hampshire.