Economics in Context Initiative
The goal of the Economics in Context Initiative (ECI) is to advance the theory, teaching and application of economics to serve the essential goals of humanity – goals that must include the fostering of equitable societies in sustainable ecological surroundings.
Signs of Hope? Reflections on the Decades-Long Underestimation of Growth in Renewable Energy
By Stacey Yuen, with contributions by Dr. Brian Roach Two of the world’s most renowned energy agencies, the US Energy Read more
Getting to Net Zero: Can We Do It?
By Stacey Yuen In advance of the upcoming November climate summit in Glasgow, President Joe Biden has pledged to slash Read more
Competition or Cooperation? Understanding Human Behavior in Economic Analysis
By Dr. Tim Thornton Anybody familiar with economics, particularly with how economics is taught, will know full well how self-interest Read more
Economics, Ecological Restoration and Systems Change: A Conversation with Neva Goodwin
By Stacey Yuen Urgent policy shifts and economic restructuring are critical for forestalling a climate disaster, but what does the Read more
Nelson’s Article, “Economics and Community Knowledge-Making,” Published in Journal of Economic Methodology
ECI Senior Researcher Julie Nelson's article, "Economics and Community Knowledge-Making," was published in the Journal of Economic Methodology in January Read more