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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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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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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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E Kuiper Mar 7
A place to go is the 27th Annual Conference of the International Association for Feminist Economics, which is this year held at SUNY New Paltz, NY, 19-21 June 2018. Deadline for abstracts is 15th of March. See
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Leeza Gavronsky Aug 14
Replying to @leezagavronsky
Is trying to change economics or the economy?
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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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Zed Books Jan 17
Political science is now suffering the disease of its own professionalism: it has retreated into a self-reflexive world and, in so doing, defined the greatest economic crisis for two generations as the business of others
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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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Palgrave Economics Mar 15
International Economic Association host their latest conference on Economics Reformation, c/o Hungarian Economics Association, 22 March 2018: . For further reading see Philip Pilkington's book:
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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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Philip Economides Jun 9
President Michael D. Higgins sharing his mesage of social inclusion and pluralist scholarship. Inequality remains the primary issue economists wish to tackle as Professor Wendy Carlin, among others, continues to highlight.
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Jonathan Barth Apr 27
Full house in with more than 400 people!! Great final of the Tour. Looking very much forward to discussing with
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Pluralist Economics 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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Plurale Ökonomik Jun 27
Where the mainstream's understanding of Pluralism is insufficient and what Pluralism really means. Leonardo Conte responds to the debate btw Diane Coyle and Howard Reed
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Betty, Fatima Niane Jul 22
Memories of the conf . So glad to partake in Stephanie work. Check it out- what a feminist economist looks like?Keeping you posted soon of our reflection, findings & future projects
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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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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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Agri-Food Economics Aug 11
In the same way as history, the teaching of the economy should begin at primary school.
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Chris Bond 🇮🇪🇪🇺 Nov 12
Deficits seldom matter, they are used as Political football for the wrong reasons by 1. Liberal Centrists who think it's a way of signalling "Economic competence". 2. The Political Right to attack Public Services and the safety net.
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Samiah Sep 8
is such a powerful speaker, speaking truth to power regarding African Economic Intergration at
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