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#10yearsafter: Whither the New Economics Movement

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Eric Beinhocker sets out his views on "the New Economics Movement: 10 Years After the Crash What Has Been Achieved, What Still Needs to be Done" with panel discussants Gabriella Ramos, Chief of Staff OECD and Laurie Laybourn-Langton, Rethinking Economics Trustee. Henry Leveson-Gower, Chief Executive of Promoting Economic Pluralism, will chair.

Eric Beinhocker is the Executive Director of the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford. INET Oxford is a research center devoted to applying leading-edge interdisciplinary approaches to economic theory and public policy practice. INET Oxford researchers are working on issues ranging from financial system stability, to innovation and growth, economic inequality, and environmental sustainability. At Oxford Beinhocker is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Blavatnik School of Government and a Supernumerary Fellow in Economics at Oriel College. He is also an External Professor at the Santa Fe Institute and a Visiting Professor of Economics and Public Policy at Central European University in Budapest.

Prior to joining Oxford, Beinhocker had an 18 year career at McKinsey & Company where he was a partner and held leadership roles in McKinsey’s Strategy Practice, its Climate Change and Sustainability Practice, and the McKinsey Global Institute. Beinhocker writes frequently on economic, business, and public policy issues and his work has appeared in the Financial Times, Bloomberg, The Times, the Guardian, The Atlantic, Newsweek, Democracy, and he is the author The Origin of Wealth: The Radical Remaking of Economics and What it Means for Business and Society.

Gabriela Ramos is the OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20. Besides supporting the Strategic Agenda of the Secretary General, she is responsible for the contributions of the Organisation to the global agenda, including the G20 and the G7. She leads the Inclusive Growth Initiative and the New Approaches to Economic Challenges and also oversees the work on Education, Employment and Social Affairs (including gender). 

Previously, she served as Head of the  OECD Office in Mexico and Latin America, co-ordinating several reports on Mexico to advance the health and education reform. She developed the OECD’s Mexico Forum and edited and launched the “Getting it Right” flagship publication series.

Prior to joining the OECD, Ms Ramos held several positions in the Mexican Government, including Director of Economic Affairs (and OECD issues) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Technical Secretary at the Office of the Minister for the Budget.  She has also held several positions as Professor of International Economy at the Universidad Iberoamericana and at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. Ms Ramos holds an MA in Public Policy from Harvard University, and was a Fulbright and Ford MacArthur fellow. She was decorated with the Ordre du Merit by the President of France, François Hollande, in 2013.

Laurie Laybourn-Langton is a trustee of Rethinking Economics, an international network of students, academics and professionals building a better economics in society and the classroom. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at IPPR, covering political economy, transport systems, and the Anthropocene, and founder of Bring Back the NHS. Previously, Laurie worked for Lord Skidelsky in the House of Lords, where he focussed on post-crash macroeconomic policy, at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at Oxford University, and as a strategist for Purpose.

Henry Leveson-Gower is chief executive of Promoting Economic Pluralism, editorial director of The Mint and Director of New Economic Knowledge Services. He has been a practicing pluralist economist and policy analyst for almost 25 years. He has worked on issues from international trade and environment to economic and environmental regulation design.

He is also a Research Fellow at the Centre for Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus, Fellow of the RSA and a qualified chartered accountant.

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