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Upcoming Events

Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB - Vol II Marxist Economics
27th October 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.
Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB
3rd November 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.
Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB
17th November 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.
Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB
24th November 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.
Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB
1st December 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.

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The Open Economics Forum aims to promote a plurality of methodologies and paradigms in economics that can provide new insights to the problems of a changing world, encouraging students to embrace a more self-reflective approach to economics and ask critical questions about the role of economics in the social sciences and society.

Events

Wed 27th October

Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB - Vol II Marxist Economics
27th October 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.

Wed 3rd November

Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB
3rd November 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.

Wed 17th November

Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB
17th November 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.

Wed 24th November

Beginner Friendly Econ BOOK CLUB
24th November 4pm - 5:30pm
SOAS Campus, tbc
Each week we read a chapter of 'Rethinking Economics: An introduction to Pluralist Economics' (ca. 15 pages). Come along to meet, discuss, and socialise! Topics include ecological economics, feminist economics, and many more! NO EXPERTISE NEEDED.