Joris Tieleman is co-founder of the student movement Rethinking Economics in the Netherlands, which campaigns for a broader, more realistic and more socially relevant economics education. He has previously published “Thinking like an Economist?”, a systematic analysis of economics curricula in the Netherlands. Currently he and his colleagues are following that up with the project “Economy Studies”, a book containing proposals of how to improve economics curricula in universities worldwide. This project has received support from the ISRF Flexible Grants for Small Groups (F5).
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