Upcoming Events
RETHINK! Zeit, über Pluralismus in der Wirtschaftslehre nachzudenken

A series of four events is organised by Rethinking Economics Lucerne at their university to reflect on pluralism. The following four topics will be presented by experts: the micro-tax by Prof. Dr. Marc Chesney, Post-Keynesianism by Hon-Prof. Heiner Flassbeck, Feminist economics by Mascha Mandörin and Post-growth economics by Apl. Prof. Dr. Niko Paech. The events will take place on the 5th of November until 2nd of December, at 18:30, free entry!

Lucerne

Course on plural economics - Vorlesung Plurale Ökonomik

Plurale Ökonomik Zürich organises a series of lectures at the University of Zurich during the autum semester worth 3 credits. They will tackle the question of whether a new school of thought is needed, as well as present different schools such as the Austrian school, feminist economics or post-keynesians and the new monetary theory. If you are studying at the university of Zurich, don't hesitate one second to seize the opportunity to extend your knowledge in economics!

Zurich

Revolution féministe: quelles perspectives pour l'économie ?

Rethinking Economics Geneva is organising an event on feminist economics, which will feature Elisabeth Pruegl, director of the program "Program on Gender and Global Change" at the IHEID and Alexia Bonelli winner of the "Prix Genre" of the University of Geneva. Issues such as critiques to neoclassical economics, social reproduction and the relations of power in the economy will be discussed. Sounds promising !

Geneva

Bavardages sur l'économie institutionnelle

Rethinking Economics Geneva is organising a discussion on institutional economics on the 12th of December. If you are interested in the relations between institutions and the economy, for example on how the legal framework influences the market structure, feel free to join!

Geneva

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