Rethinking Economics (@rethinkecon )

Rethinking Economics

Bio Students, academics and citizens changing economics for the better; in society and classrooms, we pursue an economics that is open, relevant and for everyone.
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Hootsuite Inc. : "GDP growth has stood as the primary economic objective of European nations. But as our economies have grown, so has our negative impact on the environment. We are now exceeding the safe operating space for humanity on this planet..."…

Hootsuite Inc. : Belated picture of us at the Freshers Fair yesterday! Loads of interest, thanks if you came along and if you missed it please get into contact with us on here!

Hootsuite Inc. : It’s here! Our Gender Responsive Budgeting casebook launches today - in print and online. Visit the #WomenCount website to find out more: #GRB

Hootsuite Inc. : The deadline for applications to our Edale gathering is TODAY! It’s always a fantastic weekend and a chance to meet like-minded Rethinkers from around the UK, so if you’re involved or would like to be please apply here:…

Hootsuite Inc. : Reminder: Rethinking are expanding and we currently have two jobs available:

- Economics Education Campaign Manager
- Diversity Campaign Manager

The deadline is tomorrow so please apply ASAP, and tell your friends too!…

Hootsuite Inc. : Doing Economics Differently: a new report from Rethinking and Economy is being launched September 27th to set out a shared vision for economic professionals in the public, private and third sectors:…

Hootsuite Inc. : Rethinking Economics is a proud member of WEAll and we’re super excited for their fantastic event in New York on the 20th September. Book a ticket today!
Find out more about WEALL here:

Hootsuite Inc. : IIPP will launch Rethinking Capitalism in January 2019, a unique course that links new economic thinking to new economic policies. UCL 2nd and 3rd year students can sign up now, more information here:…

Hootsuite Inc. : #TenYearsOn get involved with a campaign that wants to revitalise economics in the classroom, in research and in government to help make sure a crash like 2008 never happens again: