The INET Oxford Summer Research Meeting 2024 took place on 13 June 2024 at the Oxford Martin School.

The event included research updates from INET Oxford's four programme teams as well as two panel discussions on 'Accelerating the Energy Transition' and 'A year of Elections: What can New Economic Thinking contribute?'.

Executive Director Eric Beinhocker reviewed the academic year at INET Oxford and gave examples of just some of the highlights:

Over the past academic year, INET Oxford's 143 researchers and staff have added 73 publications to our online database, including notable contributions such as a novel epidemic-economic model and analysis of banking regulations. This year's work brings INET Oxford's total number of publications to 1,353.

The centre has held 70 affiliated events over the past 12 months; including INET research seminars, Complexity Economics Seminars, Environmental Economics Seminars, Climate Econometrics Seminars and several keynote lectures at the Oxford Martin School. The Complexity Economics and Economics of Sustainability Programmes have held their own well-attended away day events.

The vibrant and collaborative office atmosphere at Manor Road Building during the academic year saw 78 cakes consumed at 'Complexi-teas', 250 pizzas eaten at INET Oxford Pizza lunches, 4,800 sustainably sourced and biodegradable coffee capsules consumed, and an estimated 1,800 Celebrations eaten from Dorothy Nicholas' Complexity Sweetie jar!


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Jennifer Castle led the series of research updates on the Climate Econometrics Programme
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Cameron Hepburn introduced a number of presentations from the Economics of Sustainability (EoS) Programme Team
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Brian Nolan led the Employment, Equity & Growth (EEG) team and was a panellist on 'A Year of Elections: What Can New Economics Contribute?' along with Anupama Sen, John Muellbauer and Eric Beinhocker
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Doyne Farmer led the Complexity Economics Team and joined a panel discussion on 'Accelerating the Energy Transition' with Nicola Ranger & Eric Beinhocker
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Complexity Economist Aymeric Vié presented his research
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The INET Oxford team gathered for a group photo at the University Club following the Summer Research Meeting
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INET Oxford's Cephas Svosve participates in the discussion on 'Accelerating the Energy Transition'
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Benjamin Wagenvoort from the Complexity Economics Programme presented an update on his cutting edge S-Curve work