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oikos Newsletter May 2019

15 May 2019 | Newsletters

The May edition of our newsletter is here. Learn about our global alumni contest, meet people who are working on the FutureLab 2019, get to know our exceptional member Paula Heeß and alumnus William Barrault. Read how oikos Cologne welcomed over 600 students to a discussion with Yanis Varoufakis, economist and former finance minister of Greece, and watch LEAP webinar on leadership featuring Mark Wade, oikos advisor and leading expert of sustainability. Check out the whole newsletter here... »

oikos Newsletter April 2019

16 April 2019 | Newsletters

The April edition of our newsletter is here. You can explore different opportunities to engage in our community and learn what our community has been up to in the preceding month. Read the whole newsletter here... »

oikos Annual Report 2018

19 March 2019 | Annual Reports

We are excited to present the oikos Annual Report 2018. The report outlines our main activities and achievements in the preceding year and provides a brief overview of our plans in 2019.... »

oikos Newsletter March 2019

12 March 2019 | Newsletters

The March edition of our Newsletter is here! We hope you enjoy its new international feel. Do not miss on updates from our community and explore what our amazing oikees have been up to in the preceding month. Read the whole newsletter here.... »

“Mapping Pluralist Research” report published

12 March 2019 | News | Economics, Education

oikos International is excited to announce the publication of a new report on pluralist economics. This report, titled “Mapping Pluralist Research” provides an overview of the research which has come out of the student movement for pluralism in economics. Student organizations working to reform economics education have been very active recently, and this short document tries to put all our hard work in one place. Mapping Pluralist Research was written by J.Christopher Proctor, the former oikos Associate in Pluralist Economics. If you’re still not sure what all this pluralism stuff is about, check out our oikos Guide to Pluralist Economics here. You can download Mapping Pluralist Research here.... »