We are a 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.
Want to study a pluralist economics degree?
Want to learn about real world economics—not just abstract mathematical models? Want to understand the critical issues of the day—inequality, financial instability, development, money, international trade and ecological sustainability? Check out our online directory of pluralist economics degree programmes!
looking for pluralist experts?
Want to find academics who teach real world economics with a particular specialisation? Or find people at an institution near you? Check out our members' directory. You can find Reteachers by institution or area of specialisation.
Want to join us?
Reteaching Economics is an open network for UK early-career academics. If you share our aims and would like to be part of the group, please sign up here.