INET Oxford conducts its work in close collaboration with its partner institutions:
Institute for New Economic Thinking - INET Oxford’s core support comes from the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET). The Institute is a New York City-based economic research and education foundation designed to broaden and accelerate the development of new economic ideas that will lead to real-world solutions to the great economic and social challenges of the 21st century. Created in response to the global financial crisis of 2008, the Institute is supporting a fundamental shift in economic thinking by funding academic research, building communities of new economic thinkers, and spreading the word about the need for change. INET Oxford is a hub in this global research network. The founding sponsors of INET are George Soros, Jim Balsillie, and William Janeway.
Oxford Martin School - INET Oxford is a research institute within the University's Oxford Martin School. The School supports over 300 researchers, drawn from across Oxford and beyond, working to address the most pressing global challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. They are grouped into interdisciplinary programmes, studying subjects as diverse as the future of the global food system to rethinking economics, and from the human rights of future generations to innovation in healthcare. The Oxford Martin School was founded in 2005. It was made possible through the vision and generosity of Dr James Martin (1933-2013), who established the school with the largest benefaction made to Oxford in its history.
Resolution Foundation - INET Oxford's Employment, Equity and Growth Programme (EEG) on economic inequality was created in partnership with The Resolution Foundation, an independent research and policy organisation, founded by Clive Cowdery in 2005. The goal of the Resolution Foundation is to improve living standards for the 15 million people in Britain on low and middle incomes. To achieve this the Foundation conducts rigorous research, analysis and policy development to inform public debates and influence key decision makers in government, the private sector, and civil society.
Central European University - INET Oxford has both research and teaching links with Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary. Founded in 1991 at a time when revolutionary changes were throwing off the rigid orthodoxies imposed on Central and Eastern Europe, CEU is a graduate-level “crossroads” university where faculty and students from more than 100 countries come to engage in interdisciplinary education, pursue advanced scholarship, and address some of society’s most vexing problems. CEU is accredited in both the United States and Hungary, and offers English-language Master's and doctoral programs in the social sciences, the humanities, law, management and public policy.