Pluralism in Economics

Who are we?

'Pluralism in Economics' means:

1) 'Economics' should be more accessible - not only to people who study it

2) Economics education should better reflect a wider variety of schools of thought

3) Studying Economics should enable students to think more critically about real-life issues

4) Economics should be more interdisciplinary with other social sciences

Ultimately, when discussing economics, we want people to be able to think critically and make sense of important debates from different points of view.



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Events: All of our events are free and open to anyone, student or not, although registration is recommended to guarantee a seat. Event registration details are emailed to our members and posted on our Facebook group page once they are confirmed. University of Greenwich Business School students can redeem 10 passport points for attending our lectures.


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