Exploring Economics is an open project of the Network for Pluralist Economics (Netzwerks Plurale Ökonomik e.V.) and the International Student Initiative for Pluralism in Economics (ISIPE). The project is made up of many local groups and individuals, with numerous opportunities to participate. We look forward to hearing from you.
Exploring Economics is looking for contributors to review and summarize material. Please get in touch to suggest videos, literature, or websites, to set up a digital reading group, or to submit an essay.
Do you want to organize a writing workshop? We will support you! The goal of a writing workshop is to encourage an active examination of a topic or a perspective of pluralist economics. In the course of a 2-3-day workshop, about 15 participants (students and young scholars) will discuss and reflect different topics.
In the writing workshop on Socio-Ecological Economics from 2. - 4. March 2018 in Vienna, we worked together on topics in Ecological Economics: Everything from resources and sinks, to (care-)work, to society, to technologies will be part of our essays. The result will be published on Exploring Economics, soon.
"A new Critique of the new Mainstream" from 9. - 11. March 2018 in Berlin! Did you ever wonder if economics is in a good state since the empirical turn, randomized control trials, DSGE models, and Behavioural Economics? Is the gender dummy the end of feminist economics? And what do we need Political Economy for? This is what our writing workshop was about, the result will be published on Exploring Economics, soon.
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