Further Economics with JusticeOur Further Economics group, for those who have attended the first three parts of Economics with Justice. Available on Wednesday evenings.
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Where: 11 Mandeville Place, W1U 3AJ
Further Economics – from Richard Glover (tutor)
Further Economics meets on Wednesday evenings to study and discuss principles and practice for economics with justice. Our approach last term was particularly rewarding with lively discussion and deepening understanding. We studied How Our Economy Really Works - The British Economy: A Radical Reappraisal, Brian Hodgkinson’s recently published book that combines easy prose, principled analysis and far-reaching proposals.
The coming term’s study of economics is devoted to an aim - that people may live together naturally, finding freedom and prosperity. People as individuals and families in societies and nations; their freedom and prosperity at all levels and areas of life; naturally, in tune with our nature.
Ten sessions cover ten principles, enriched by findings from this summer’s residential study programme.
You are most welcome if you have completed the Economics with Justice course at some time. It is easy to join in. Let your enthusiasm guide you towards Further Economics on Wednesdays.
Enrol online or on the phone by 20 July, or via Direct Debit before 15 August to benefit from the discounted rate of £100 (£120 standard).