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“We need economists trained to use a wide range of analytical tools to better capture complex realities. This will help us develop new approaches to the economic challenges we face. Hence we are supporting this initiative to look at how economics is taught, and how to bring different perspectives and disciplines to enrich our understanding and results”
The Mint Magazine
We make space for fresh thinking in economics through our digital magazine, The Mint. We have opinion, analysis, and interviews as well as humour. We feature leading innovative thinkers on understanding economies from Nobel Prize winners to people who actually work in them.
The current issue looks at globalisation and China's influence. We look at the China Shock, trace the connection between DR Congo, China and electric cars, and even find a China link to right wing take-over in Brazil.
We interview Richard Baldwin on Globotics, Sherry Kasper on engaging with US politics, and a dreamer on retaining the US dream, plus much more.
This issue looks at how we manage our common resources from our climate to outer space. We look at experiences in Kenya, Indonesia and Sudan as well as Brixton, Cornwall and Cloughjordan.
We interview Ann Pettifor about new economics in the Labour Party, Ozlem Onaran about her career as an economist and Tessy Britton about building participation in Dagenham and Barking.
Vicky Chick reflects on current industrial strategy thinking.
This issue reviews what has changed 10 years after the failure of Lehman Brothers. We look both at banking and wider political economic change.
We talk to John Kay as well as three leaders of the new economics movement that has grown up since 2008.
This issue is focussed on work, organisation and purpose. We look at work in the larger context of the nature of enterprises and economic systems.
We talk to Matthew Taylor about his commission on 'Good Work', Juliet Schor on the sharing economy, Colin Mayer on the future of the corporation and Armin Strauernagel on purpose.
We make space for discussion and dialogue on economic thinking through our monthly evening events in London, webinars and other special events.
Event date: December 10Holding Corporations to Account: towards an Economic Democracy?
Event date: January 15Why Capitalists Need Communists
Event date: February 12A new gold standard or impoverished economics?
Event date: March 17From Nudges to Catalysts: A New Approach to Policy for a New Decade
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