John Daniels on green growth: December 13: the day after UK Election Day. What will the world look like then? If Labour win, then it should starting to look a … Continue reading Green growth: panacea or oxymoron?
Sociologists have shown how inequality affects many different aspects of life, from economic development, to wellbeing, social stability and democracy. It has grown as a political priority in recent years. … Continue reading Tackling inequality and sustainability together
Last week Tony Emerson argued that economics has many blind spots as a discipline, and that economists do not deserve their role as ‘high priests’ in government decision making. I … Continue reading The true diversity of economics
Tony Emerson reflects on economics, its limitations and why Christians should take an interest. In many ways, economists operate a bit like the high priests for government and corporate decision … Continue reading The importance of economics to Christians
There has been lots of speculation over the years about how a postgrowth economy might work – one that has given up GDP growth as its primary metric of success. … Continue reading What might an economy without growth look like?