Durham Society for Economic Pluralism

Durham Society for Economic Pluralism (DSEP) was founded in 2017. We aim to be an inclusive and open platform where economics is allowed to be discussed and debated critically, constructively and from a plurality of perspectives.



Cooperating with Durham academics, we arrange lecture series open to all students, addressing contemporary economic issues and economic theory.



Besides this we have two projects in development. We aim to create a report on students and academics’ opinions on the economics curriculum at Durham and to what extent critical thinking and pluralism is encouraged. We are also developing our accessibility project – educating and developing economic literacy among the public by holding open lectures in the county and at schools