Global green competitiveness: analysis for the G7
Cameron Hepburn to lead major £30m greenhouse gas removal programme
Rebuilding Macroeconomic Theory: Eric Beinhocker interviews David Vines
INET Oxford researchers awarded two Rebuilding Macroeconomics prizes
An Earth-friendly Political Economy: Eric Beinhocker & Kim Stanley Robinson in conversation
Boosting production of renewables would significantly drop price of clean energy: Lessons from the WWII military equipment economy
Report: ‘A new perspective on decarbonising the global energy system’
'Middle-Out: More than a Slogan' - Eric Beinhocker interviewed in Democracy Journal
Climate change imperils countries’ ability to repay COVID debts
'Reflections on how basic narratives about capitalism influence economic research' - Linus Mattauch Seminar
INET Oxford COVID-19 Research
'British housing is expensive and its supply must increase': FT's Martin Wolf discusses INET Oxford research
The Economist as Scientist, Engineer, or Plumber?
11 Jun 21
Some well-known economists suggest that a good economist should act like an engineer, a surgeon, a d...
No. 2021-13 - A Productivity Commission: A Proposal for an Australian-style approach to creating a Policy-Reform Process for the UK
19 May 21
The UK now faces many fundamental political-economy choices. his paper argues that there is a need f...
No. 2021-12 - Why is productivity slowing down?
09 May 21
We review recent research on the slowdown of labor productivity and examine the con- tribution of di...
No. 2021-04 - Reddit’s self-organised bull runs: Social contagion and asset prices
05 May 21
This paper develops an empirical and theoretical case for how ‘hype’ among retail investors can driv...
No. 2021-11 - COVID-19 restrictions in the US: wage vulnerability by education, race and gender
04 May 21
We study the wage vulnerability to the stay-at-home orders and social distancing measures imposed to...
An Earth-friendly Political Economy
30 Apr 21
The association between the carbon footprint and the socio-economic characteristics of Belgian households
27 Apr 21
In this study, we quantify the relationship between the carbon footprint of consumption and socio-ec...
No. 2021-10 - Lockdown, Earnings Losses and Household Asset Buffers in Europe
22 Apr 21
Herer we estimate for Euro Area workers their potential earnings losses related to the COVID-19 labo...
A new perspective on decarbonising the global energy system
20 Apr 21
A report for the UK-China Cooperation on Climate Change Risk Assessment Phase 3 project.
Forecasting principles from experience with forecasting competitions
07 Apr 21
No. 2021-14 - Cost/benefit analysis of Covid-19 pandemic suppression using an SEIR model
06 Apr 21
This paper presents a simple cost-benefit analysis inspired by optimal control theory, incorporating...
A simulation of the insurance industry: the problem of risk model homogeneity
30 Mar 21
We develop an agent-based simulation of the catastrophe insurance and reinsurance industry and use i...
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.