University Programmes taking a pluralist approach to economic teaching - PEP - Promoting Economic Pluralism

University Programmes taking a pluralist approach to economic teaching

These programmes have been nominated by their directors or others as taking a pluralist approach to teaching economics. They have provided information as to what this means in practice against the criteria we previously developed.  Currently, most are masters programmes but we will be looking to add undergraduate and PhD programmes asap. If yours is missing, please add it by using the ‘add programme’ button below.

We will be organising online interactive events this Autumn for potential applicants to these programmes to meet programme directors and be able to find out more about the programmes. If you are interested in joining one of these events, please sign up here and we will let you know the details once they are arranged. We will also update you as new programmes are added.

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Politics, Philosophy and Economics | Charles University

Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE)

Faculty of Social Sciences

Economics, Banking and Finance | University of Winchester

Economics, Banking and Finance

Department of Law, Economics, Accounting and Finance (LEAF)

Economics | University of Winchester

Economics

Department of Law, Economics, Accounting and Finance (LEAF)

Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment | UCL

Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment MSc

The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources

Sustainable Development | University of Sussex

Sustainable Development

Business School

Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy | Vienna University of Economics and Business

Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy

Institute for Ecological Economics

Sustainable Development | University of Sussex (online)

Sustainable Development

Business School

Sustainable Development | University of Surrey

Sustainable Development

Centre for Environment and Sustainability

Plurale Okonomik | University of Siegen

Plurale Okonomik

Department of Economics

International Political Economy | University of Sheffield

International Political Economy

Department of Politics and International Relations

Economics | University of Missouri – Kansas City

Economics

Department of Economics

Applied Economics | University of Massachusetts Boston

Applied Economics

Department of Economics

Global Political Economy | University of Leeds

Global Political Economy

School of Politics and International Studies

Ecological Economics | University of Leeds

Ecological Economics

School of Earth and Environment

Global Political Economy and Development | University of Kassel

Global Political Economy and Development

Dept of Social Sciences

Labour, Economy and Society | University of Hamburg

Labour, Economy and Society

Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences

Economics | University of Greenwich

Economics

School of International Business and Economics

Socioeconomics | University of Duisburg-Essen

Socioeconomics

Institute for Socioeconomics

Global Economic Affairs | University of Denver

Global Economic Affairs

School of International Studies

Economics | University of Denver

Economics

Department of Economics

Sustainability Leadership | University of Cambridge

Sustainability Leadership

Institute for Sustainability Leadership

International Development with Economics | University of Bath

International Development with Economics

Centre for Development Studies

Global Food and Agricultural Business | University of Adelaide

Global Food and Agricultural Business

Centre for Global Food and Resources

Sciences économiques et sociales | University Lumière Lyon 2

Sciences économiques et sociales

UFR de Sciences économiques et de gestion

Economics for Development & Planning | University Austral de Chile

Economics for Development & Planning

Institute of Economics

Economie, organisations et société | Université Paris Saclay

Economie, organisations et société

Economics & Management

Economie Politique et Institutions | Université Paris Saclay

Economie Politique et Institutions

Economics & Management

Ecological Economics | SRUC/University of Edinburgh

Ecological Economics

Environment and Countryside

Political Economy of Development | SOAS

Political Economy of Development

Department of Economics

Development Economics | SOAS

Development Economics

Department of Economics

Economics | SOAS

Economics

Department of Economics

Regenerative Farm, Food & Enterprise | Dartington Trust

Regenerative Farm, Food & Enterprise

Schumacher College

Regenerative Economics | Dartington Trust

Regenerative Economics

Schumacher College

Quantitative Economics | Sapienza University of Rome

Quantitative Economics

Statistical Science

Economics | Roosevelt University

Economics

College of Arts and Sciences

Sustainable Development Management | Rhine-Waal UoAS

Sustainable Development Management

Facultz of Society and Economics

Leadership for Sustainable Development | Queen’s University Belfast

Leadership for Sustainable Development

Biological Sciences

Economic & Financial Analysis | Manchester Metropolitan

Economic & Financial Analysis

Department of Economics, Policy and International Business

Psychology of Economic Life | London School of Economics

Psychology of Economic Life

Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science

International Political Economy | King’s College London

International Political Economy

Dept of European and International Studies

Economics | John Jay College

Masters Program in Economics

Department of Economics

Political Economy of European Integration | HWR Berlin

Political Economy of European Integration

Department of Business and Economics

International Economics | HWR Berlin

International Economics

Department of Business and Economics

International and Development Economics | HTW Berlin

International and Development Economics

Purpose Economy | Hanze UAS

Purpose Economy

International Business School

PPGE | Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

The Economics Program - PPGE

Institute of Economics

Economy – Sustainability – shaping society | Cusanus University

Economy - Sustainability - shaping society

Institute of Economics

Regional and Environmental Economics | Corvinus University

Regional and Environmental Economics

Institute of International, Political and Regional Studies

Economic Policies for the Global transition (EPOG+) | Consortium

Economic Policies for the Global transition (EPOG+)

International Economics and Development | Complutense University of Madrid

International Economics and Development

Faculty of Economic and Business Administrative Sciences

International Economic and Political Studies | Charles University Prague

International Economic and Political Studies

Faculty of Social Sciences

Sustainability | Bard

Sustainability

Centre for Environmental Policy

Economics | Azim Premji University

Economics

School of Development

Applied Economics | University of Massachusetts Boston

Department of Economics | Taught Masters

UMass Boston's Applied Economics MA offers a distinctive research-focused master's program that expands on both orthodox and heterodox theories and their policy implications.

Development Economics | SOAS

Department of Economics | Taught Masters

The MSc Development Economics is the flagship Master programme offered by the SOAS Economics Department. It combines the two core intellectual traditions nurtured for decades in our unique Department: a pluralist approach to economics and a focus on real-world development issues.

Ecological Economics | SRUC/University of Edinburgh

Environment and Countryside | Taught Masters

Are you interested in sustainability, distributional justice, and understanding the connections between economic and ecological systems? Then come study at the longest-running Ecological Economics master’s programme in the world! The programme is highly applied, and delivers a wide range of academic, technical, and transferable skills training.

Ecological Economics | University of Leeds

School of Earth and Environment | Taught Masters

Many of the most serious environmental and social problems that we face can be traced to root causes in our economic system. On this programme, students develop an understanding of how economic activity gives rise to environmental and social problems, and learn innovative tools to tackle these problems.

Economic & Financial Analysis | Manchester Metropolitan

Department of Economics, Policy and International Business | Taught Masters

Our MSc is a long standing programme from which graduates have gone on to work in finance, government and wider analytical roles as well as PhDs and research. We provide you with a balance of units that develop essential economic, finance, policy and analytical skills and knowledge in a supportive, structured and evidenced based environment.Our MSc is a long standing programme from which graduates have gone on to work in finance, government and wider analytical roles as well as PhDs and research.

Economic Policies for the Global transition (EPOG+) | Consortium

Taught Masters

EPOG+ is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree. It offers a world-class integrated Master’s programme on the (digital, socioeconomic, ecological) transition processes with a pluralist approach and interdisciplinary perspectives. It involves more than 40 partners in Europe and the world.

Economics | University of Winchester

Department of Law, Economics, Accounting and Finance (LEAF) | Undergraduate

The BSc Economics provides unique training in both mainstream and heterodox theories. It allows students to develop quantitative and qualitative skills and critically use these to analyse and address the challenges the world faces.

Economics | Azim Premji University

School of Development | Taught Masters

The MA in Economics is a uniquely designed programme to develop the next generation of Economists with the theoretical knowledge, and technical skills to perform high quality analyses, while at the same time being grounded in the institutional, developmental and ecological context of contemporary India.

Economics | John Jay College

Department of Economics | Taught Masters

The Master of Arts in Economics at John Jay College is a 36-credit graduate program that provides students with a comprehensive and rigorous education in pluralist economics. It is one of a handful of graduate programs in the U.S. that provides training in Marxist, Postkeynesian, Feminist, and Environmental Economics.

Economics | Roosevelt University

College of Arts and Sciences | Taught Masters

Roosevelt is one of the few universities in the United States where one can earn a Master's degree in Economics in a heterodox tradition. Established by a Marxist, a feminist, and Abba Lerner, RU Econ is committed to pluralism, rigor, and tolerance. Diversity and inclusion in community, theory, and method are essential to the Roosevelt approach.

Economics | SOAS

Department of Economics | Taught Masters

The SOAS MSc Economics provides unique training in both mainstream and heterodox theories and methods. It allows students to develop quantitative and qualitative skills and critically use these to analyse and address the challenges that the global economy is currently facing, like climate change and inequalities.

Economics | University of Denver

Department of Economics | Taught Masters

While many economics programs focus strictly on mainstream theories and quantitative skills, our master's program provides a bold alternative. Emphasizing conceptual and historical understanding in addition to practical skills, we challenge you to explore new theories through heterodox economics.

Economics | University of Greenwich

School of International Business and Economics | Taught Masters

The MSc Economics at the University of Greenwich offers students a unique opportunity to study real-world issues (inequality, environmental sustainability, financial instability) by combining solid training in quantitative methods and a pluralist theoretical approach, which considers both mainstream and heterodox economic theories.

Economics | University of Missouri – Kansas City

Department of Economics | Taught Masters

The M.A. in Economics program at UMKC provides rigorous training in core concepts and methods, as well as exposure to cutting edge developments in the field. The Department offers training in Institutional, Post-Keynesian, Marxist, Feminist and Ecological Economics. It is also the home of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT).

Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment | UCL

The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources | MSc Taught Master

This degree programme is designed to provide a broad understanding of environmental and resource economics; modelling methods; environmental measurement, assessment and law; the political economy of energy and climate change.