Our approach to change
We seek to develop strategic activities and projects that influence economic analysis, teaching and thinking. We look for activities the bring diverse people together and build a stronger new economics movement.
Currently our main activities are:
- Co-creating an international accreditation system for masters courses that take a pluralist approach to economic teaching. This is aimed at building the profile of innovative teaching to influence economic teaching more broadly;
- Publishing The Mint Magazine aimed at a non-academic audience which features leading new economic thinkers and provides a range of perspectives and approaches to understand our economies; and
- Holding events to encourage discussion of the range of perspectives on different economic issues; and
- Providing consultancy services through our subsidiary New Economic Knowledge Services.
We are also developing work on the practicalities of building a stakeholder economy following a major conference September 2018.