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Post-Crash Economics
https://twitter.com/PostCrashEcon
The Post-Crash Economics Society, are a group of economics students at The University of Manchester. It is our belief that the content of the economics syllabus and teaching methods could and should be seriously rethought.http://www.post-crasheconomics.com/
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Professor Steve Keen
https://twitter.com/ProfSteveKeen
Professor of Economics at University of Kingston. Wrote "Debunking Economics" and "Can we avoid another crisis?" https://www.patreon.com/ProfSteveKeen/overview
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Evonomics
https://twitter.com/EvonomicsMag
Publication on alternative economicshttp://evonomics.com/about/
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Rethinking Economicshttps://twitter.com/rethinkeconRethinking Economics is an international network of students, academics and professionals building a better economics in society and the classroom. Through a mixture of campaigning, events and engaging projects, Rethinking Economics connects people globally to discuss and enact the change needed for the future of economics, and to propel the vital debate on what economics is today.http://www.rethinkeconomics.org/
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Institute for New Economic Thinking
https://twitter.com/INETeconomics
The Institute for New Economic Thinking is dedicated to the rigorous pursuit of innovative economic theories and methods that address society’s most pressing concerns. Founded in 2009, we are a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization supporting relevant, pioneering work in the following issue areas: The relationship between finance and the broader economy; Inequality and Distribution; The economics of Innovation' Environment and resource sustaibilityhttp://www.ineteconomics.org/about/our-purpose
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Reteaching Economicshttps://twitter.com/ReteachEconA network of UK-based early career academics working for better university economics teaching. A small group of academics launched the organisation in early 2015—it is now a network with more than seventy members at universities across the UK. The aims of the network align with those of the Rethinking Economics students campaigning for change in economics curricula. We work alongside these groups while providing institutional support for early career academics committed to pluralism in economics. Reteaching Economics believes in a pluralist approach to teaching economics. In our view, the standard tools in the economics textbooks are insufficient to understand today's complex world. An education which truly equips students for the real world will draw on ideas from a range of perspectives. Thinking about real world problems using insights from both heterodox and orthodox economics is a better way for students to spend their time than learning only a narrow set of neoclassical models.http://www.reteacheconomics.org/
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Aberdeen Political Economy Grouphttps://twitter.com/APEG2018a student led society affiliated with the UoA. Our aim is to create an inter­-disciplinary forum to exchange ideas and thoughtshttps://www.facebook.com/AberdeenPEG
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European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy https://twitter.com/eaepeEAEPE is an active scholarly association promoting institutional and evolutionary economics broadly conceived.Since 1988 EAEPE has developed into a pluralist forum that welcomes a variety of approaches and methodologies.http://eaepe.org/
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Post-Keynesian Economics Societyhttps://twitter.com/PKEconSocThe Post-Keynesian Economics Society supports and promotes research and encourages collaboration in the field of post-Keynesian economics. Our activities include an Annual Workshop, panels at conferences of friendly learned societies and thematic conferences and lectures as well as Introductory Workshops and a PhD conference. We maintain an active members’ mailing list and Working Paper series.http://postkeynesian.net/about/
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Economics for Changehttps://twitter.com/Econ4ChangeA society at the University of Edinburgh striving for economics to be fit for the 21st century. Part of @rethinkecon network.https://www.facebook.com/EconomicsforChange/
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Pluralist Economics at Sussexhttps://twitter.com/SussexPEASPEAS stands for Pluralist Economics at Sussex, part of @rethinkecon network. We're students & staff @SussexUni exploring alternative perspectives on economics.https://www.facebook.com/peasussex
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Open Economics Forum
https://twitter.com/OpenEconForum
OEF is a student community that aims to promotes plurality in economics and governance and brings real-world issues to the classroom.
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Alternative Economics
https://twitter.com/alterneconomics
Alternative Economics is about redefining economic theory starting from the initial question of what economics today is.https://alternativeeconomics.co/
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Heterodox News
https://twitter.com/heterodoxnews
A newsletter and website with resources on Heterodox Economics http://www.heterodoxnews.com/HEN/home.html
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Ewa Karwowskihttps://twitter.com/EwaKarwowskiSenior lecturer in economics, Hertfordshire Business School; researches financialisation in the global South, finance & development, firms' financial operationshttp://researchprofiles.herts.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/ewa-karwowski(1ae3cb11-80ff-4cab-90bc-af77a6d68d9f).html
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International Review of Economics EducationJournal on the teaching of economics
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Young Scholars Iniativehttps://twitter.com/ysi_commons
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