See links below for appearances and mentions in popular media.
“US Allies Set to Take Aim on Russia Via SWIFT,” KCBS Radio, San Francisco, interview with Liz Saint John, February 26, 2022. https://omny.fm/shows/kcbsam-on-demand/u-s-and-allies-set-to-take-aim-at-russia-via-swift
Presentation on “The American Financial Order is Crumbling (and It’s a Good Thing, Too!),” presented to the Department of International Relations, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey, March 22, 2021. Youtube
Presentation on “The Covid-19 Crisis, the IMF, and the Case for a New Permissive Multilateralism,” at the webinar on “A New IMF and Recovery From the Pandemic,” sponsored by the Review of Keynesian Economics and International Development Economics Associates, February 5, 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PyFRqOay8o&feature=youtu.be
Presentation on “Enabling Global Macroeconomic Governance: Pathways for Reforms That Support a Feminist Plan for Sustainability and Social Justice,” at Expert Group Meeting on Macroeconomic Policies for “The Feminist Plan on Sustainability and Social Justice,” organized by United Nations Women, New York, virtual November 19, 2020. Zoom Recording, Passcode: fy#Wpcu2 Presentation begins at 03:17:34.
“The Global Economy on the Brink: A Conversation About Key Challenges, Risks, and Opportunities,” a conversation with Korbel Dean Fritz Mayer, Korbel Faculty Fridays, October 23, 2020, https://youtu.be/yqeJ3JjzGv0
“When Things Don’t Fall Apart: Global Financial Incoherence in the Covid-19 Era”; webinar for the Young Scholars Initiative of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Working Group on Finance, Law and Economics; June 24, 2020. https://ysi.ineteconomics.org/project/5e1de57a17c9946aa4834265/event/5eda3d72700fb850c843e545
“Global Economic Policy Responses to Covid-19,” Korbel School Covid Video Series, April 2020. YouTube
“The Covid-19 Crisis: Economic Fallout and Policy Responses”; speaker at webinar for DU alumni, Josef Korbel School, and the Department of Economics, April 17, 2020. https://ducareers.wistia.com/medias/rli1ontf8w
“Post-American Moments in Global Financial Governance in the New Millennium,” Youtube, Rhodes Center for International Economics and Finance at the Watson Institute, Brown University, February 28. 2020. (Video)
Rhodes Center Podcast, “What’s Next? The Post-American Global Economy,” conversation with Ilene Grabel, Jonathan Kirshner of Boston College, and Mark Blyth of Brown University, recorded at the Rhodes Center for International Economics and Finance at the Watson Institute, Brown University, February 28. 2020. (Soundcloud)
Book talk: When Things Don’t Fall Apart at the conference on “Macroeconomic Policy in the Shadow of the Great Financial Crisis”; hosted by the Political Economy Research Institute of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas-Austin, and the LBJ Washington DC Center; Washington, DC; December 6, 2019. (Video)
Podcast of lecture at SOAS, University of London, Industrial Development and Policy seminar series; May 10, 2019. (Soundcloud)
“Das Weltfinanzsystem Hat Sich Vernä” by Andreas Neinhaus, Finanzund Wirtschaft, January 19, 2019, p. 19.PDF
Interview with Professor Mark Blyth, Rhodes Center for International Economics and Finance Podcast, Rhodes Center, Watson Institute, Brown University, on When Things Don’t Fall Apart, September 13, 2018. Soundcloud
Podcast on the New Books Network, interview with Andrea Bernardi on When Things Don’t Fall Apart, aired August 7. 2018. Link
“Making the Case for Incoherence”, Shelf Discovery by Tamara Chapman, University of Denver Magazine, July 17, 2018. https://magazine.du.edu/research/shelf-discovery-great-reading-du-community-3/
“Lack of Diversity in Your Summer Economics Reading List,” letter to Martin Wolf by Dr. Carolina Alves, Besiana Balla, Devika Dutt, and Dr. Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven published in Financial Times (FT), July 17, 2018. https://www.ft.com/content/28d3c662-8467-11e8-a29d-73e3d454535d. FTletter with hyperlink to “An Alternative Economics Summer Reading List,” https://developingeconomics.org/2018/07/01/an-alternative-economics-summer-reading-list/
“Global Financial Governance Ten Years After the Crisis: An Interview with Ilene Grabel” by CJ Polychroniou,Global Policy Journal, June 4, 2018. https://www.globalpolicyjournal.com/blog/04/06/2018/global-financial-governance-ten-years-after-crisis-interview-ilene-grabel(Reposted in the Rozenberg Quarterly, Triple Crisis, Political Economy Research Institute, http://rozenbergquarterly.com/global-financial-governance-ten-years-after-the-crisis-an-interview-with-ilene-grabel/, http://triplecrisis.com/global-financial-governance-10-years-after-crisis/#comments,https://www.peri.umass.edu/images/Grabel_Interview_6-2-18.pdf
“After the 2008 Financial Crisis, a State of ‘Productive Incoherence,” Interviews on the Real News Network, aired April 9, 2018. https://therealnews.com/stories/after-the-2008-financial-crisis-a-state-of-productive-incoherence-1-2 https://therealnews.com/stories/after-the-2008-financial-crisis-a-state-of-productive-incoherence-2-2
Video from book launch at the Global Development Policy Center of the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, January 30, 2018. http://bit.ly/2DWA1mB.
“Has Global Finance Reformed Itself More Than it Appears, Weblog post by Professor Dani Rodrik, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, January 18, 2018. http://rodrik.typepad.com/dani_rodriks_weblog/2018/01/has-global-finance-reformed-itself-more-than-it-appears.html
“Here’s What Could Make the Next Global Recession Even Worse” by Peter Coy, BusinessWeek/Bloomberg, January 17, 2018. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-18/here-s-what-could-make-the-next-global-recession-even-worse