IN THE MINT AUTUMN ISSUE 2019
Confessions of an A level economics teacher Development economics: the loaded question Discussing global income inequality in classrooms full of rich kids leads to pencil cases at dawn. Nigella Vigoroso-Heck tells a tale of development economics.
Horizon A guide through imperfection Ulrich Volz charts the half-century long path of an economics giant.
Here & now Home truths Tanweer Ali tells how austerity was sold as common sense.
Here & now Home truths Does a five-star rating say it all? Rita Samiolo ranks the ranks that pervade modern living.
The Dentist The teller’s tale
Book review One for the converted Tim Gooding articulates a bold and detailed vision for complexity and agentbased economics, but ultimately left me feeling frustrated with a book isolated by its insistence on standing so far from the crowd. Review by Dr. Pete BarbrookJohnson
Book Review Copy
For personal use only Economics for a Fairer Society Going Back to Basics using Agent-Based Models