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Jack Bowdige May 15
Last nights introduction to Doughnut Economics by at sets up my summer reading with a groundbreaking revision of mainstream economic perspectives. I also am happy to work with contestable sciences... isn’t that how they start?
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Taimur T. Malik Apr 19
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Anna Murphy Oct 16
Doughnut Economics introduced me to the green growth vs limits to growth debate surrounding the need to face up to our environmental limits. Question economic assumptions - how important is & to a regenerative economy?
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William S. Currie Sep 18
Agreed, two related concepts: social equity and intergenerational equity. We need to understand their relationship for and . Paper on this topic by Summers and Smith Ambio 43:718-728, 2014.
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Leeza Gavronsky Aug 14
Is a movement or a campaign? Good questions for reflection facilitated by at
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Anouk Pinchetti 2 Oct 17
is like the mobile phone - the first ones are ugly and hard to use, but will change industries
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Moritz Gallei Dec 16
"A lot of our academics have studied economics during that period of long stability. All of a sudden this massive crash happened, these are the things we see." - Cohen on the legitimacy of the demands to reform economics curricula.
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Tawanda V. Chambwe🇿🇼 Sep 8
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Naomi Fowler 25 Sep 17
This is so welcome a policy announcement for a mainstream opposition party
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Nik 🌱 Feb 12
Replying to @SteffanBlayney
deleted both tweets, I'm assuming I was being rude if you needed to be sarcastic. Sorry, late nights for uni + the need to keep up with both job & prog irl activism have me sleep deprived. Now on, will stick w my '-friendly' economists list for any econ chat.
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Tessa Gooding Jan 29
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Alice 🌲🌈🐜 Apr 30
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Wendy Mockler Oct 1
Replying to @GlennDuggan2
Hope to see you there . It’s a big conversation for a national conference with a national curriculum in economics in Y7-10 which sits with Business not against it. we need to be
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Debbie Green 30 Oct 17
shame we didn't get a chance to talk about , maybe next time?
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Ian Mitchell 5 Jan 18
Looking forward to reading this on and all the articles free via
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Pluralist Economics 18 Feb 18
We are starting a discussion group to talk about economic topics, facts and perspectives that are normally excluded from economic syllabuses - join us! Contact us at peasussex@rethinkingeconomics.org
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Tony Addison Jan 12
"Should governments worry about temporarily paying for things by borrowing?"
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coney von einland Feb 16
Freeing Econ 101: Beyond the Grasp of the Invisible Hand
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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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I Lagardien Feb 18
“a purposeful use of the past may help us to meet our present over concern with economic matters and to achieve a level of human integration, that comprises the economy, without being absorbed in it” Polanyi my favorite political economist
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