Economics For People
In the series “Economics For People” from the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), University of Cambridge economist and bestselling author Ha-Joon Chang explains key concepts in economics, empowering anyone to hold their government, society, and economy accountable.
ECONOMICS IN CONTEXT INITIATIVE
The mission of the Economics in Context Initiative (ECI) is to advance the theory, teaching, and application of economics to serve the essential goals of humanity – goals that must include the fostering of equitable societies in sustainable ecological surroundings. ECI’s activities include the production of teaching resources such as textbooks, and open-access teaching modules.
How (& How NOT to) Do Economics
Economic historian Robert Skidelsky expanding an understanding of economics beyond mathematical models, Skidelsky covers topics essential to using economics to better understand the world, such as economics and history, the role of psychology and sociology in economics, and the role of methodology.
History of Economic Thought (HET) Website
The History of Economic Thought (HET) Website concentrates information and resources on the history of economic thought, from the ancient times until the modern day. It is designed for students, researchers and the general public, who are interested in learning about economics from a historical perspective.
INTRODUCTION To Economic Theories
This free and open-access course will introduce you to four different schools of thought: social economics, institutional economics, post keynesian economics and neoclassical (orthodox) economics. The theories are presented in a broad and interdisciplinary but also in a narrow and more mathematical way.
Draft Chapter on Educational Strategies for Reform
- Stilwell, Frank & Thornton Tim B (2022) ‘Advancing Education in Political Economy’ in Stilwell, Frank. Primrose, David and Thornton, Tim (editors) 2022 Handbook of Alternative Theories of Political Economy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. This chapter might be useful for any student or staff member who is contemplating curricular reform from within the university system.