Taxing meat can protect the environment
Marienthal Jobs Guarantee work in new documentary
New study finds economic progress is aided by longer supply chains and deeper networks
How wealth matters for social policy
INET Oxford work features in recent Housing Policy events
Post COP Climate Strategy: Eric Beinhocker and Doyne Farmer Interviewed by Nick Hanauer on Pitchfork Economics Podcast
A New Strategy for Climate: Make the Clean Stuff Cheap
Government action to shape markets can deliver environmental and economic success
The degree of change businesses face by moving to net zero is comparable to the Industrial Revolution
Book Release: Improving the understanding of poverty and social exclusion in Europe
José Moran wins Institut des Systèmes Complexes award
Is the Too-Big-To-Fail Problem Resolved?
Using memories to assess the intrapersonal comparability of wellbeing reports
14 Jan 22
Research on subjective wellbeing typically assumes that responses to survey questions are comparable...
No. 2022-01 - Is Meat Too Cheap? Towards Optimal Meat Taxation
10 Jan 22
Here, we review the empirical basis for the ‘social costs of meat’ and study rationales for regulato...
Improving Take-Up by Reaching Out to Potential Beneficiaries. Insights from a Large-Scale Field Experiment in Belgium
06 Jan 22
In this study, we report on how new data flows were used to reach out to potential beneficiaries of ...
How production networks amplify economic growth
04 Jan 22
Technological improvement is the most important cause of long-term economic growth. We study the eff...
Towards a taxonomy of learning dynamics in 2 × 2 games
21 Dec 21
Studying 2X2 games for tractability, we recover some well-known results in the limiting cases in whi...
Between-Class Earnings Inequality in 30 European Countries
10 Dec 21
This article studies earnings inequality between social classes across 30 European countries.
Inheritance, gifts and the accumulation of wealth for low-income households
09 Dec 21
Many low-income households in rich countries have very little wealth, but the role of intergeneratio...
No. 2021-24 - Excess mortality versus COVID-19 death rates: a spatial analysis of socioeconomic disparities and political allegiance across US states
09 Dec 21
This paper is the first state-level spatial analysis of cumulative excess mortality for the U.S. in ...
Special Issue: Journal of European Social Policy - 'Wealth and Social Policy'
05 Dec 21
This special issue looks at wealth in relation to social policy from a variety of perspectives.
COVID-19 restrictions in the US: wage vulnerability by education, race and gender
05 Dec 21
We study economic vulnerability to the stay-at-home orders and social distancing measures imposed to...
The measurement of social class in EU-SILC: Comparability between countries and consistency over time
01 Dec 21
No. 2021-23 - Best-Response Dynamics, Playing Sequences, And Convergence To Equilibrium In Random Games
29 Nov 21
We analyze the performance of the best-response dynamic across all normal-form games using a random ...
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.