Mission Zero: INET Oxford research features in UK net zero review
Reconsidering Renewables: RE:TV film on INET Oxford research
The single parent wealth penalty - and how it could be tackled
Multilateralism 2.0: Reconfiguring Climate Action and Beyond
World’s first universal job guarantee boosts wellbeing and eliminates long-term unemployment
Pitchfork Economics podcast: Eric Beinhocker on fair social contracts
The Thatcher Legacy: Lessons for the future of the UK economy
Three growth-friendly reforms for the UK’s broken planning system
Eric Beinhocker on middle out economics for CNBC
COP 27: A tipping point in the global energy debate
Award-winning research predicts lockdown’s economic impact
Feelings 'ratings' are highly predictive of future behaviour - new research
Demand-pull, technology-push, and the direction of technological change
07 Feb 23
This paper studies the impact of Demand-pull (DP) and Technology-push (TP) on growth, innovation, an...
No. 2022-02 - Reconstructing production networks using machine learning
09 Jan 23
In this study, we formulate supply chain networks’ reconstruction as a link prediction problem and t...
Innovation in times of Covid-19
03 Jan 23
Past economic disruptions, anecdotal evidence, and the previous literature suggest a decline with su...
Intergenerational mobility measurement with latent transition matrices
31 Dec 22
We propose a multivariate approach for the estimation of intergenerational transition matrices. Our ...
No. 2022-29 - Employing the unemployed of Marienthal: Evaluation of a guaranteed job program
21 Dec 22
We evaluate a guaranteed job program that was piloted, starting in October 2020, in the municipality...
The unequal effects of the health-economy tradeoff during the COVID-19 pandemic
13 Dec 22
The potential tradeoff between health outcomes and economic impact has been a major challenge to pol...
Inequality, well-being, and the problem of the unknown reporting function
08 Dec 22
Every politician, in every nation and in every era of history, eventually has to face a complex and ...
Firms’ influence on the evolution of published knowledge when a science-related technology emerges: the case of artificial intelligence
07 Dec 22
Focusing on the recent AI development, we investigate how and to what extent firms’ deep engagement ...
Evaluating fossil fuel companies’ alignment with 1.5°C climate pathways
05 Dec 22
To track the fossil fuel industry and its individual companies against 1.5°C-consistent pathways, we...
No.2022-28 - Counterparty choice, maturity shifts and market freezes: lessons from the e-MID interbank market
02 Dec 22
We explore the impact of relationship lending on the interbank debt maturity structure of banks usin...
No. 2022-12 - Biophilic Markets
30 Nov 22
Markets must be made 'biophilic' (i.e., compatible with life flourishing on Earth). To do so we must...
Political strategies to overcome climate policy obstructionism
21 Nov 22
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.