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How are we building the CORE curriculum?
How are we building the CORE curriculum? mar 26th novembre 2013

Following last week’s articles about us in the FT and the Economist, we remind you – and ourselves – of what project leader Wendy Carlin said at our launch: we need to move on from good ideas, because we have committed to pilot a new introductory economics course in less than a year. So we’re […]

Juliet Schor: Economics as if the last forty years didn’t happen
Juliet Schor: Economics as if the last forty years didn’t happen ven 15th novembre 2013

Juliet Schor is Professor of Sociology at Boston College, MA, US. This is the text of her address to the INET CORE Project workshop on 11 November 2013. Forty years ago a group of engineers and scientists at MIT began warning about the impacts of global economic activity on planetary ecosystems. They published a bestselling […]

Tweets from our workshop
Tweets from our workshop lun 11th novembre 2013

Between 9.30am and 1pm on 11 November we launched the INET CORE Project with a workshop at HM Treasury in London. In the next few weeks we will publish more about ideas and debates from the event, but The Economics Network storified the tweets from the event, so click on the link to get an […]

John Cassidy: The three ‘H’s - history, hubris, and humility
John Cassidy: The three ‘H’s – history, hubris, and humility

Macroeconomic models are invaluable. They enable us to reduce complicated phenomena to manageable proportions and reason systematically. If you doubt this, try thinking through the impact of a change in monetary or fiscal policy without referring in your head to some sort of model – eg an ISLM, AD/AS, or IS/PC/MR model. For me, at […]