International donors have long been exporting the West’s neoliberal economic policies in developing countries with limited success. As the thought undergoes scrutiny in the week’s other events, this panel session brings together a cross-section of young practitioners and academics who are actively exploring what alternative schools of economic thought offer for international development policy and what they mean in practice.
Prof Özlem Onaran is a prize-winning Feminist Economist at the University of Greenwich and Director of the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre. She has done … Read more
Marcus Jenal is a Partner with Mesopartner – a consulting and research firm specialising in economic development, territorial development, competitiveness and innovation. Marcus specialises in … Read more
Reema Patel is Programme Manager for the RSA’s Citizens Economic Council, tasked with engaging members of the public in a deliberative and informed conversation about … Read more
Filippo’s ambition is to transform Europe, through the power of networks, open-ended innovation and diffused entrepreneurship to fulfil its mission of global peace, prosperity and … Read more
Hector Pollitt is a Director and the Head of Modelling at Cambridge Econometrics. He is a post-Keynesian economist with particular expertise in macroeconomic modelling, focusing … Read more
The event host is Shaarad Sharma – a member of the Hertie Fellows and Friends Network. He holds an MPP from Hertie School of Governance, … Read more