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REFA Festival 2018 Sep 4
With tickets sold out and the waiting list filling up, we are overwhelmingly excited to see you at the for Africa Inaugural fest in a matter of days! Here's a peak into what's to come!
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William S. Currie Sep 14
Incisive book: The Value of Nothing, by . Patel looks at free markets from a broad perspective of their role in society, a perspective that mainstream economics is blind to.
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REFA Festival 2018 Sep 8
"The financial sector also brings with it great wage inequality... which is why so many people want to work there!" - Neva Makgetla at our Financialisation and African Development session
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Tony Addison May 7
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Rethinking Economics For Africa - Wits Sep 4
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Rethinking Economics For Africa - Wits Aug 30
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Rethinking Economics For Africa - Wits Aug 8
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Rebecca Deegan Dec 12
33 Theses for an Economics Reformation - neoclassical economics based on flawed philosophy & uses the wrong maths. New models needed that give appropriate weighting to the environment, politics & institutions, resource constraints, human behaviour & money
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Tony Addison Aug 11
Why is macroeconomics so hard to teach? via
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Tony Addison Feb 26
"What Does a True Populism Look Like? It Looks Like the New Deal". on good form h/t
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Carolina Alves Jul 4
Replying to @GirtonCollege
Worth noting: the entire Summer Programme stands out offering an traditional teaching of micro & macro combined with a philosophical & historical analysis, and a political & social emphasis. Syllabi here:
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Carolina Alves Jul 28
Snap!! She is one of my greatest inspiration too! Yes, , thank you for being a fearless and tireless voice challenging our monolithic white-male-dominated field.
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The Progressive Corner Sep 7
TPC Managing Editor Rekang Jankie currently leading a session at . Conference attendees are encouraged to submit essays to us on their reflections on transforming economics!
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Tony Addison Mar 30
Tech? Liberalization? Less Unionization?
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Miguel Castillo Aug 18
Here in France, I have met a lot of amazing people from the whole world who are really concerned about the Pluralism in the Economics. Thanks everybody for this amazing, meaningful and inspiring week. ¡Viva la Economía pluralista!
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Chris Bond 🇮🇪🇪🇺 Dec 3
From JM , the General Theory. Can easily be applied to the hysteria which fuelled the Irish property Bubble. He was right in the 1930s, he is even more right now.
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Rethinking Economics For Africa - Wits Sep 9
Most of our student leaders in attendance at the pictured last night ft. our call to action moving forward! 🥰
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Tony Addison Apr 11
Nice list inc. "Thinking Strategically by Avinash Dixit and Barry Nalebuff"
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Rethinking Economics For Africa - Wits Aug 10
Proud of our execs, and , who are in France representing REFA at the International Summer Gathering starting tomorrow! Exciting times, alongside the upcoming ! 💡
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Claire Lester Sep 8
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