Further Economics with JusticeOur Further Economics group, for those who have attended the first three parts of Economics with Justice. Available on Wednesday evenings.
Continue your studies…
Where: 11 Mandeville Place, W1U 3AJ
Further Economics – from Richard Glover (tutor)
Join us Wednesday evenings to explore some of our unanswered questions on Economics with Justice. If you have completed the 3-term course yet yearn for more, please come.
One of those questions is “Where does the Money Come From?” [NEF 2011]. Last term the group reached half way through this lucid book of surprises. We will start the Spring term with a brief resume to bring us all together and then work through the last three chapters.
We can then choose the next topic which could be one of the following:
“What is Value?” with extracts from “The Value of Everything” by Mariana Mazzucato who argues that a failure to examine our sense of value has led to much of the economic injustices of today.
“Is land really so significant?” with guidance from extracts of “Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing” [Zed 2017], which is a treasury of the subject for today’s UK.
“A Question of Trade” which attempts a fresh look at international trade, finance and freedom and explores how they can coexist.
“Why Work?” considers one of the most important features of our lives and one of the essential factors in all aspects of wealth.
Any such question can lead to a greater understanding of economics with justice. Any such effort can help make this available for everyone. I hope you can join in.
Enrol online, on the phone by 30 March or via Direct Debit before 15 April to benefit from the discounted rate of £100 (£120 standard).