Thom Wetzer appointed to ESMA’s Sustainable Finance Expert Group
Win at the Women in Tech Summit
The Great Carbon Arbitrage
How to deliver the energy transition - new article feature
The small changes that can help China phase out coal
Award for INET working paper on climate regulation
Climate Accelerators, Financial Accelerators, and the Implications of Putin’s War
New Yorker Magazine Profiles “Landmark” INET Oxford Climate Work
New Feature in 'Democracy' - Is “Middle-Out” Biden’s New Deal?
Fossil fuel industry can’t rely on carbon capture and bioenergy to save its assets
Taxing meat can protect the environment
Marienthal Jobs Guarantee work in new documentary
Calibrating agent-based models to microdata with graph neural networks
29 Jun 22
Calibrating agent-based models (ABMs) to data is among the most fundamental requirements to ensure t...
Testing the presence of outliers in regression models
29 Jun 22
No. 2022-12 - Biophilic Markets
27 Jun 22
Markets must be made 'biophilic' (i.e., compatible with life flourishing on Earth). To do so we must...
No. 2022-11 - Human Wellbeing and Machine Learning
21 Jun 22
We here use data from Germany, the UK, and the US to assess the potential of Machine Learning (ML) t...
No. 2022-10 - Agent-Based Modeling in Economics and Finance: Past, Present, and Future
21 Jun 22
We review ABM in economics and finance and highlight how it can be used to relax conventional assump...
How Stimulating Is a Green Stimulus? The Economic Attributes of Green Fiscal Spending
17 Jun 22
We find evidence that green investments can indeed create more jobs and deliver higher fiscal multip...
Valuing the Future and Discounting in Random Environments: A Review
16 Jun 22
We address the process of discounting in random environments, which allows valuation of the future i...
Top Income Adjustments and Inequality: An Investigation of the EU-SILC
14 Jun 22
Comparing with two other recent studies, differences in impacts on measured inequality depend less o...
No. 2022-09 - Greening our Laws: Revising Land Acquisition Law for Coal Mining in India
10 Jun 22
We recommend updating land acquisition laws to bring coal under the general purview of LARR or, at m...
No. 2022-07 - The Great Carbon Arbitrage
01 Jun 22
We measure the gains from phasing out coal as the social cost of carbon times the quantity of avoide...
No. 2022-08 - Why is productivity slowing down?
29 May 22
We review recent research on the slowdown of labor productivity and examine the contribution of diff...
Overcoming wealth inequality by capital taxes that finance public investment
27 May 22
Wealth inequality is rising in high-income countries. Can increased public investment financed by hi...
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.