Post COP Climate Strategy: Eric Beinhocker and Doyne Farmer Interviewed by Nick Hanauer on Pitchfork Economics Podcast
Eric Beinhocker and Doyne Farmer talk with Nick Hanauer about a new strategy for clean technology that could transform the climate fight.
A New Strategy for Climate: Make the Clean Stuff Cheap
In a piece in the US journal Democracy, INET Oxford Executive Director, Prof. Eric Beinhocker and Director of Complexity Economics, Prof. J. Doyne Farmer, argue that one thing that offers hope is the exponential decline in the costs of key clean energy technologies.
Government action to shape markets can deliver environmental and economic success
Leading economists and scientists call on governments to learn from interventions that drove success of solar, wind and LED industries
The degree of change businesses face by moving to net zero is comparable to the Industrial Revolution
Eric Beinhocker is featured in The Times India in a piece about the move to net zero
Book Release: Improving the understanding of poverty and social exclusion in Europe
It is our pleasure to announce the publication of the book “Improving the measurement of poverty and social exclusion in Europe”
José Moran wins Institut des Systèmes Complexes award
Prize awarded to José Moran for "Statistical physics and anomalous macroeconomic fluctuations"
Is the Too-Big-To-Fail Problem Resolved?
An evaluation of the stability implications of the bail-in design suggests the answer is no (unless there are significant improvements in that design)
Going Big and Fast on Renewables Could Save Trillions
A major, accelerated push to deploy renewables and drive out carbon emitting fossil fuels is likely to lower energy costs by trillions of dollars
What drives house prices: Lessons from the literature
Research on house price cycles and their interactions with the economy has burgeoned since the Global Financial Crisis. This column draws five lessons from a recent comprehensive survey.
Rethink 'cost-benefit analysis' to tackle climate crisis
Policymakers need better analysis tools to help them tackle the systemic climate crisis
Aymeric Vié wins GECCO prize for work on evolutionary computation
Congratulations to INET Oxford Doctoral Student Aymeric Vié, who won a best paper award at the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (‘GECCO’...
New model shows how social networks could help generate economic phenomena like inequality & business cycles
Standard economic models assume people always make perfectly rational, individual decisions. But new research suggests economic phenomena like inequality and business cycles are better explained by models which recognize that people’s decisions are affected by the decisions and the behaviors of...
Brick by brick: Building better housing policies
Last week, INET Oxford Senior Research Fellow Professor John Muellbauer joined an expert panel to discuss key takeaways from the OECD’s Housing Toolkit Report Brick by Brick: Building Better Housing Policies...
Previous unemployment influences voter turnout, finds INET Oxford study
People who were unemployed in the past are less likely to vote, according to new research by INET Oxford Postdoctoral Research Officer Leo Azzollini, which shows joblessness can ‘scar’ electoral participation and even affect political outcomes...