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25 countries, 72 groups


Student groups working for the reform of economics education

Send suggestions for additions to these lists to info@worldeconomicsassociation.org

Global groups

National groups

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Brazil

Canada

Chile

Colombia

Denmark

France

Germany

India

Israel

Italy

Mexico

  • Grupo de Estudiantes por la Enseñanza Plural de la Economía, UNAM
  • Red de estudiantes dedicados a promover la heterodoxia y el pluralismo en las Ciencias Sociales. Desde el Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México.

Nicaragua

Peru

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United Kingdom

Uruguay

Student Texts

ISIPE manifesto
English – Español – Italiano
Русский – 日本の – Türkçe

Netzwerk Plurale Ökonomik manifesto

Kick-it Over manifesto

Tune In, Walk Out

Economics Education: Soft-CORE Reforms or Radical Pluralism?

Revolution Planning 101

Economics Students in the News

Angry economics students are naive – and mostly right

Economics: Change of course

Rebellious Economics Students Have a Point

Bubble bursts on economist’s ‘alternative’ course

Economics students of the world, unite!

Economics students call for shakeup of the way their subject is taught

Real world economics at Glasgow

Manchester students take on economics curriculum in report

Why UK universities shouldn’t be hostile to alternative economic models

Manchester economics students withhold NSS cooperation over curriculum demands

Help students challenge economics

Rethinking Economics: From the UK, a Global Student Movement Takes Shape

Interview: Marco Schneebalg on reforming the Economics curriculum

Colleges are teaching economics backwards

Keynes’s new heirs

The Student Revolution

We need economic theories fit for the real world

Economics explains our world – but economics degrees don’t

‘Dismal science’ seeks fresh thinking after failure in crisis

Orthodox economists have failed their own market test

Economics students demand an education that reflects post-crash world

University economics teaching to be overhauled

Economics lecturers accused of clinging to pre-crash fallacies

Mainstream economics is in denial: the world has changed

Economics students need to be taught more than neoclassical theory

Economics students aim to tear up free-market syllabus