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IFAA Cape Town Sep 8
We encourage engaged students at to join our Student and Youth network and participate in our department's effort to deepen the transformation of our universities and society:
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New Agenda Sep 7
The and team is in Joburg for the . Check out for updates throughout the weekend
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Matthew Kofi Ocran Sep 8
Going to be talking soon on under-theorisation of on Africa’s underdevelopment at the .
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Samiah Sep 8
It’s the end of the and I’m still not over how amazing South African students are. They’re ready for power. Especially - Thanks for an amazing conference 🙌🏾✨
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Matthew Kofi Ocran Sep 8
Great debate abt market efficiency b/n economics students and academics. Awesome contestation.
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Claire Lester Sep 7
Such a privilege to listen to these great minds
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Matthew Kofi Ocran Sep 7
. Economics students in South Africa are calling for inclusion of African economic history in the economics curriculum.
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BamBamBW Sep 8
At the Rethinking Economkcs for Africa festival today. Sitting in on “Alternative sustainable livelihood creation” or rather how to build a feminist economy.
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Daniela Lamparelli Sep 7
“Economics is too important to be left to economists.” ~ Jayati Ghosh
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Carilee Osborne Sep 7
The is off to a fantastic start. Follow for updates throughout the weekend 💃🏼💃🏼💃🏼
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New Agenda Sep 10
Zunaid led an excellent workshop on GDP, getting participants to question its usefulness as well as exposing them to different pedagogies to teach economics
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Robert Kowalenko Sep 7
At the Rethinking Economics For Africa Festival. If you’re here catch me speaking on what economics might learn from philosophy at 12.00
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BamBamBW Sep 8
Reunited with at . She’s speaking on pluralism for South African academic economists.
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Carilee Osborne Sep 7
Excited to chair this session and hear what and Mazibuko Jara have to say about Marxism in Africa
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Stephanie Craig Sep 8
What do we mean when we speak of 'economic pluralism?' These are key aspects of economic curriculums - any of which can be pluralistic. We must be specific in our conversations for change
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Sacha Knox Sep 7
of speaking about the need for research to differentiate between varying positionalities within identity, especially in the South African context
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Panashe Maningi Sep 7
As young people, we need to start critically thinking about our futures.
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Stephanie Craig Sep 8
We must correct misconceptions that economic pluralism is easier, less critical, less rigorous and is a simply rejection of one school of thought in favour of another. In my opinion, this is what it is NOT about
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REFA Festival 2018 Sep 8
Prof Ocran is discussing how the answers are not in economics text books alone nor are they purely theoretical. We need to learn from history, anthropology and other disciplines in order to create a mosaic of understanding
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Rethinking Economics For Africa - Wits Sep 6
Tomorrow & will be two of the students on our opening plenary- kicking off the 🙌🏽
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