Climate change: past, present and future
Tipping points to the post-carbon society with Prof Doyne Farmer & Prof Cameron Hepburn
Children of austerity: impact of the great recession on child poverty in rich countries
The Future of Social Europe
The Future of Work and Income
How can we understand our complex economy?
Restoring trust in finance: moral obligation meets Econ 101 with Gordon Menzies
'Climate change: what’s new, what’s next?' with Karen Florini
"Skills, education and work in the digital age" with Dr Craig Holmes
Report of the Commission on Global Poverty – Oxford Launch
Inequality and its discontents
"The clean energy revolution: science and policy" with Prof Daniel Kammen
Path Dependence, Innovation and the Economics of Climate Change
Mind the gap: inequality and its impacts
Between debt and the devil: money, credit, and fixing global finance
Professor Cameron Hepburn: Disruptive Energy Technologies
Professor Sir David Hendry: Economics and Big Data [Part 2]
Professor Sir David Hendry: Economics and Big Data [Part 1]
Professor Paul Krugman: Trying to make sense of the British economy
Inequality: What can be done?
Book launch - Inequality: What can be done?
Capital failure - restoring trust in the financial system
WEF Ideas Lab: An Economic Model Inspired by Nature
David Hendry - Celebrating a career of impact
Beinhocker on Reflexivity - INET Toronto 2014
Beinhocker Re-Thinking Economics - Tallberg Forum 2013
Tony Atkinson: Where is inequality headed?
Paul Krugman and Tony Atkinson in Conversation: Inequality and economic growth
Can economists forecast economic crashes?
Can we have fair, equitable and sustainable economic growth?
Can better economic predictions inform better policy?
Why do we need new ideas in economics?
Why do we need an Institute for New Economic Thinking at Oxford?
Beinhocker and Hepburn on Climate Change - INET Berlin Conference
Population, inequality and global justice