If the next crisis is exactly like the last one, any policymaker can simply follow the actual textbooks. But what if the next crisis is completely different?
Late last year dissatisfied economists and students published 33 theses arguing for an Economics Reformation. The authors believe an unhealthy intellectual monopoly of mainstream economics has developed, and economics could provide more insights into poverty, inequality, ecology and financial instability. To discuss these ideas, on 22 March 2018 the Hungarian Economic Association organised a conference with international speakers from a variety of backgrounds.