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Pluralist Economics at Sussex (PEAS)

'Pluralist Economics at Sussex' is a young student society at Sussex and part of the national network 'Rethinking Economics' (www.rethinkeconomics.org).

Our main aim is to promote pluralism in economics education; we think that learning about a range of schools of thought, methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches will help us understand the world we live in better.


We want to engage with students at all level of education who want to join the discussion on how to make economics education more open and pluralist. Of course, everyone from postgraduate, faculty to interested citizen is welcome!


We organise several events during the year such as lecturers on heterodox approaches to economics and film screenings.



We usually meet Wednesday or Thursday evenings in IDS Bar - just drop us a message if you want to join

Drop us an email if you want to join our mailing list and/or check our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/peasussex/ and our group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1544052662543684/files/

Please check the News (on the right) or our facebook page for upcoming events! 

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  • Pluralist Economics at Sussex Standard Membership£0.00

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