Forget trickle down, what the UK needs is middle-out economics - Eric Beinhocker in the Observer
New report: Governments must invest and regulate to bring down energy costs
Double success at the AI4ABM Workshop
New thinking and evidence on real estate, monetary policy and financial stability
INET Oxford Achieves Silver Green Impact Award
Thom Wetzer appointed to ESMA’s Sustainable Finance Expert Group
Win at the Women in Tech Summit
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The Great Carbon Arbitrage
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The small changes that can help China phase out coal
Award for INET working paper on climate regulation
No. 2022-26 - Fair Social Contracts and the Foundations of Large-Scale Collaboration
23 Sep 22
This article argues that perceptions of social contract fairness are essential for effective large-s...
Empirically grounded technology forecasts and the energy transition
13 Sep 22
Future energy system costs are estimated for three different scenarios. A rapid green energy transit...
Allocation, allocation, allocation! The political economy of the development of the European Union Emissions Trading System
08 Sep 22
Attributing agnostically detected large reductions in road CO2 emissions to policy mixes
08 Sep 22
No. 2022-24 - (In)visible sanctions: micro-level evidence on compulsory activation for young welfare recipients
05 Sep 22
Using rich administrative registers from Norway, we produce micro-level quantitative evidence on com...
No. 2022-25 - Could Spain be less different? Exploring the effects of macroprudential policy on the house price cycle
25 Aug 22
Employing an agent-based model of the Spanish housing market, this paper explores the main drivers b...
Measuring corporate Paris Compliance using a strict science-based approach
10 Aug 22
To measure whether companies are compliant with the Paris Agreement targets we propose several stric...
No. 2022-23 - Quantifying the structure of controversial discussions with unsupervised methods: a look into the Twitter climate change conversation
09 Aug 22
In this paper, we study such mechanisms by analyzing the social network dynamics of controversial Tw...
The Ethics of Agent-Based Social Simulation
08 Aug 22
In this paper, we first outline the many reasons why it is appropriate to explore an ethics of agent...
Knowledge for a warmer world: A patent analysis of climate change adaptation technologies
03 Aug 22
We investigate climate change adaptation technologies (CCATs) in US patents to understand (1) histor...
Demand-pull and technology-push: What drives the direction of technological change? -- An empirical network-based approach
01 Aug 22
Demand-pull (DP) and technology-push (TP) are drivers of technological change. For policy-makers, it...
Heterogeneous effects and spillovers of macroprudential policy in an agent-based model of the UK housing market
21 Jul 22
We develop an agent-based model of the UK housing market to study the impact of macroprudential poli...
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.