About Us

We, The Post-Crash Economics Society, are a group of economics students at The University of Manchester. It is our belief that the content of the economics syllabus and teaching methods could and should be seriously rethought.

The Report

We have published a Report outlining what is wrong with economics education at the University of Manchester and in the UK. It includes a foreword by the director for Financial Stability at the Bank of England, Andrew Haldane.

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How We Learned to Start Worrying and Stop Loving Economics

Felix Nugee of the Cambridge Society for Economic Pluralism (CSEP) has written a rather curious blog post (even the more curious given the name of his society) outlining how he “learned to stop worrying and start loving economics”. After reading it, one...

What You Won’t Learn In An Economics Degree: Ecological Economics

The UoM Post-Crash Economics Society were lucky to have Kate Raworth from the University of Oxford present her work on Ecological Economics. Ecological Economics is perhaps one of the most important ways of thinking alternatively about the economy, and creates a real...

CRASH, BOOM, POP! Money & Economics Exposed

Steve Keen and IDEAnomics have launched a project to create a graphic version of Steve Keen’s book Debunking Economics – which is recommended and on our reading list – to try and make economic ideas outside the mainstream more accessible. This looks...