Eric Beinhocker on middle out economics for CNBC
INET Oxford’s Executive Director was recently interviewed on the death of ‘trickle down’ ideology and the promise of ‘middle out’ economics
COP 27: A tipping point in the global energy debate
University of Oxford and Harvard academics, politicians and energy industry players have come together to emphasise COP 27’s transformative power as the conversation about renewable energy changes.
Award-winning research predicts lockdown’s economic impact
An award-winning INET Oxford research paper which correctly predicted the economic impact of the first UK lockdown is now available to read in the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control...
Feelings 'ratings' are highly predictive of future behaviour - new research
New INET Oxford research shows a person’s own rating of their feelings – even on seemingly arbitrary scales like 1-10 – is of greater predictive power, in terms of action, than a collection of socioeconomic measures...
International recognition for INET work on the measurement and determinants of wellbeing
The work of INET Oxford Postdoctoral Research Officer Caspar Kaiser has been recognised by an international organisation at the forefront of wellbeing science.
Forget trickle down, what the UK needs is middle-out economics - Eric Beinhocker in the Observer
In response to Friday’s budget announcements, INET Oxford’s Executive Director sets out why the UK must forget failed trickle down theories and embrace middle-out economics.
New report: Governments must invest and regulate to bring down energy costs
Leading economists and energy policy experts outline how government investment and regulation is key to rapidly bringing down the cost of clean technologies, and set out ten evidence-based principles for policymaking in the energy transition...
Decarbonising the energy system by 2050 could save trillions
Transitioning to a decarbonised energy system by around 2050 is expected to save the world at least $12 trillion compared to continuing our current levels of fossil fuel use.
Double success at the AI4ABM Workshop
Doctoral students Joel Dyer and Aymeric Vie receive best paper awards at the 2022 International Conference on Machine Learning's AI4ABM Workshop
New thinking and evidence on real estate, monetary policy and financial stability
John Muellbauer presents a paper to the European Central Bank’s Forum conference in Sintra, Portugal, on booms and busts in real estate markets and examine implications for monetary transmission and financial stability in euro area countries.
INET Oxford Achieves Silver Green Impact Award
The seventh annual Vice-Chancellor’s Environmental Sustainability Awards took place on 13th July where the latests awards were given out.
Thom Wetzer appointed to ESMA’s Sustainable Finance Expert Group
Thom Wetzer, – Associate Professor of Law and Finance, Director of the Oxford Sustainable Law Programme, and Senior Research Fellow at INET Oxford – has been appointed by the European Securities and Markets Authority to its newly-established Consultative Working Group (CWG) on Sustainable Finance.
Win at the Women in Tech Summit
Jagoda Kaszowska-Mojsa have been awarded the prestigious Excellence in Artificial Intelligence Award for the MACROPRU project at the Perspecktywy Women in Tech Summit
INET Oxford Summer Research Celebration
On 9th June, INET Oxford staff, students, and visitors gathered, along with colleagues from our partner Departments, to review the year of academic work as well as discuss the centre’s views on current issues facing the world today.