The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School (INET Oxford) is dedicated to innovative economic research that addresses major economic and social challenges.
INET Oxford's multi-disciplinary teams are applying leading-edge tools from the social and physical sciences to problems ranging from financial system stability, to economic growth, inequality, and environmental sustainability.
The world needs a model of economic growth and prosperity that is more inclusive, sustainable, and robust than our current model. Envisioning and shifting to such a model requires new economic thinking.
INET Oxford executive director Eric Beinhocker discusses how to fix the Greek crisis on MSNBC and in two Bloomberg pieces.
In two segments on MSNBC’s "Three Cents” programme Beinhocker discusses the Greek crisis with Josh Barro of the New York Times, Martin Wolf and Robin Wigglesworth of the Financial Times, and Tom Nuttall of the Economist.Read more
Omar Guerrero has created on on-line agent-based simulation that shows how the network structure of firms affects employment and the potential impact of policies.Read more
Professor Sir Tony Atkinson is to chair the new World Bank Commission on Global Poverty, which will report on the best ways to measure and monitor poverty around the world and help the World Bank Group achieve its twin goals and also track other forms of poverty and deprivation.Read more
How can investors in the energy industry be part of the drive to ensure that the world achieves net zero carbon emissions in order to avoid dangerous climate change? A new research programme, the Oxford Martin Safe Carbon Investment Initiative, seeks to answer this question...Read more