“Not dead yet” - experts identify interventions that could rescue 1.5°C
How our novel model resolves the key pandemic policy debates
Alliances critical to ensure supply chain security
Doyne Farmer speaks to Big Issue about PM’s Net Zero policy overhaul
International recognition for solar power work
Fossil fuel producers on course to badly overshoot climate targets
Job guarantees – moving from experiment to reality?
Steven Fries appointed to UK Climate Change Committee
Why is Latin American inequality so high?
Doubly disadvantaged: Unemployment, young age, and electoral participation in the UK
Unemployment could undermine social trust in Europe
Shifting the narrative on the clean energy transition
No. 2023-27 - Why net worth is the wrong concept for explaining consumption: evidence from Italy
01 Dec 23
Most econometric policy models at central banks and elsewhere use an aggregate consumption function ...
Gradient-assisted calibration for financial agent-based models
28 Nov 23
In this paper, we discuss and present experiments that demonstrate how differentiable programming ma...
Sensitive intervention points: a strategic approach to climate action
23 Nov 23
We set out a conceptual framework to identify ‘sensitive intervention points’ (SIPs) in systems wher...
No. 2023-26 - Sequencing decarbonization policies to manage their macroeconomic impacts
23 Nov 23
Decarbonization policies exhibit clear sequencing patterns within sectors and countries as well as a...
How are climate policies assessed in emerging economies? A study of ex-ante policy appraisal in Brazil, China, and India
22 Nov 23
We find that policy appraisal in Brazil, China, and India is supported by guidelines, but the detail...
No. 2023-25 - Increasing the acceptability of carbon taxation: The role of social norms and economic reasoning
22 Nov 23
We study how social norms and economic reasoning jointly shape public views towards carbon taxation ...
No. 2023-24 - Recoupling: The driver of Human Success
20 Nov 23
The core idea is that to address our collective challenges, we need to coordinate our collective ca...
No. 2023-23 - Are financial markets pricing the net zero carbon transition? A reconsideration of the carbon premium
17 Nov 23
Previous research has highlighted a positive correlation between realised returns and carbon emissio...
The unequal effects of the health–economy trade-off during the COVID-19 pandemic
16 Nov 23
In counterfactual experiments, we show that a similar trade-off between epidemic and economic outcom...
Inequality of opportunity in educational achievement in Western Europe: contributors and channels
13 Nov 23
We study the contribution of students’ circumstances to inequality of opportunity in educational ach...
An empirical estimate for the snow albedo feedback effect
02 Nov 23
Does protest influence political speech? Evidence from UK climate protest, 2017-2019
02 Nov 23
INET Oxford At a Glance
The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School (INET Oxford) is a multidisciplinary research institute dedicated to applying leading-edge thinking from the social and physical sciences to global economic challenges.