50 Years of Nobel Economics Prize Winners: What have they done for us?

It is 50 years since the The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences was created. We are planning to use this anniversary to reflect on the influence of the prize and the need for economic pluralism.

A man and his wife

Gunnar Myrdal shared his Nobel Prize with an arch rival. Meanwhile his Nobel Prize-winning wife enjoyed less recognition. André Pedersen Ystehede and Stefan Kesting tell the story of a quest for peace,

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Book Review: Bending the Rules

Review of Elinor Ostrom’s Rules for Radicals: Cooperative Alternatives Beyond Markets and States. ​ Derek Wall has fashioned a short guide for radicals from the work of a non-radical economics

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Is fair enough?

Hart: “I’ve become more open to these behavioural ideas, which I was initially not.” Contracts are a big deal. They have a place in all manner of economics transactions and

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Interviews - Audio

Open Season?

The debate in the US on economics in the policy …


Past Events - Audio

Here We Go

Incheon towards the future: the city hosted 3,000 people for the 6th Wellbeing Forum. There is an international group of government …

Neoliberalism unchained

Petrobras formed the linchpin of a reindustrialisation strategy through its capacity to develop offshore oil production including the giant platforms …

The Foundational Economy

Privatisation, market choice, outsourcing: these are the watchwords that have shaped policy in numerous democratic states in the last generation. …

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