The Economic Modelling Programme (EMoD) aims to develop new methods of economic analysis and forecasting that can take into account financial crises and other structural breaks in the economy. EMoD is also leading research on economic inequality, wealth transmission, and the role of inequality in financial crises.
Partnered with the Department of Economics and Nuffield College
The Complexity Economics Programme is applying methodologies and tools from complex systems theory, network theory, and evolutionary theory to deepen our understanding of economic phenomena, including financial crises, economic growth, innovation, inequality, and the management of systemic risk.
Partnered with the Mathematical Institute, Saïd Business School, and Blavatnik School of Government
The Curriculum Open-Access Resources in Economics (CORE) programme is developing materials for a new undergraduate economics curriculum that better connects students to real-world economic challenges, recognises a wider array of perspectives, and utilises modern electronic educational tools.
Partnered with the Department of Economics