Masters Programmes potentially taking a pluralist approach to economic teaching
These courses have been identified by us or notified to us by others as masters programmes that could potentially be deemed as taking a pluralist approach to teaching economics to illustrate the range of pluralist programmes in existence.
We are initially focussing on masters programmes as they seem to be where most innovation in teaching from a pluralist perspective are happening. They are also delivered in a wide range of universities including top-ranking ones. We hope in the future to develop the scheme to cover undergraduate courses too.
We are have now created a platform for people to post masters programmes and explain how they are pluralist against the criteria we have created. We will be promoting this information to potential applicants for 2021/22.