Explore your curiosity in economics in an open and critical community. To join our community, begin by creating a member profile on our new Young Scholars Directory, then join one of our working groups that conforms most closely to your interests. View details
This study group aims to reflect on international economic growth, sustainable development and the evolution of economic thinking around capitalism and enterprise through the analysis of a selected multidisciplinary bibliography. View details
Overcoming intellectual divides
We have 21 Working Groups designed to foster a deeper understanding of economics.
Economic history is a vital tool for understanding economics today, particularly in the aftermath of the Great Recession. The YSI Economic History Working Group brings together young scholars to explore various in economic history, shedding new light on today’s problems. Read more
The Urban and Regional Economics Working Group explores the role of the space on economics and development, the role of the city and the centrality, to show Keynesian and Schumpeterian contribution to URE, as well as the Marxian land rent theory, and, widely, the Political Economy of Urbanization. Read more