Promoting Economic Pluralism (PEP)
PEP’s mission is to reform teaching, research and analysis carried out by the economics profession to draw on a broad range of economic methods and other disciplines. We believe this is required to ensure that policy and business decisions are be better informed to address the social, economic and environmental challenges we face.
We intend to use the 10 year anniversaries of the Crash to highlight the need for a more pluralist economics profession and launch a dialogue on creating a shared understanding of what is required for economic pluralism and potentially establish an international accreditation scheme for pluralist economics courses and analysis. To achieve our mission we will work with other organisations interested in economic reform to deliver a fairer and more sustainable economic system to demonstrate the benefits of economic pluralism.