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.
Richard Bailey of INET Oxford's Sustainability Programme and colleagues recently applied the "planetary boundaries” concept to create a framework for “safe and just” inclusive sustainable development, integrating environmental and social-development issues.Read more
NET Oxford's Janine Aron and John Muellbauer along with their co-authors were honoured with the Kendrick Prize for the best macroeconomic paper of the past two years.Read more
The CEO of Energy Innovation LLC, and the founder of the Energy Foundation, Hal Harvey, gave a seminar on how to design the policies that can save the planet.Read more
David Vines and Nicholas Morris have recently published Capital Failure: Rebuilding Trust in Financial Services an edited volume of pieces from participants in the Duty of Care in Finance Project.Read more