Advancing Economic Theory Multimedia
This is a selection of multimedia featuring GDAE Researchers working on applied economic theory. Learn more about the Advancing Economic Theory Program.
The New Economy Next System Teach-in 2016
Neva Goodwin (GDAE), Alice Maggio (The Schumacher Center), and Carlos Espinoza-Toro (JPNET) discuss the signs of a system shift as part of a Urban Environmental Policy and Planning Colloquium organized by the Tufts New Economy group and co-sponsored by GDAE on February 24th, 2016.
Rationality and Objectivity in Science and Policy (PowerPoint)
GDAE Researcher Brian Roach participated in the 2015 Tufts Environmental Literacy Institute for Graduate Students Workshop (TELI-G 2015). The event brought together graduate students from numerous disciplines to learn about environmental issues in an interdisciplinary framework. Dr. Roach gave a talk on “Rationality and Objectivity in Science and Policy” on January 16, 2015.
The Emergence of Local Sustainable Economies:
Stories of Resilience, Renewal and Rebirth (PowerPoint)
On October 2, 2013, GDAE Researcher Anne-Marie Codur gave a presentation that explores various examples in the Global South as in the Global North of the re-localization of the economy, including sustainable management of local ecosystems and natural resources, more equitable forms of economic enterprises such as cooperatives, and re-invention of money through local currencies.
A New Economics for a New Economy
On May 30, 2013, Neva Goodwin participated in the Institute for Policy Studies' "New Economy Transition Webinar Series." This 10 minute video covers Neva's lecutre on "A Life Serving New Economics Paradigm" and her thoughts on putting economic theory into context.
Coffee and Conversation at the College of the Atlantic
On July 31, 2012, GDAE Co-Director Neva Goodwin spoke with the College of the Atlantic trustee Hank Schmelzer. While engaging the audience to think about the need for alternatives to current economic theory, she raises questions of whether corporate goals create materialistic desires to respond to immaterial needs, trapping society in a culture of “no such thing as enough.”
GDAE Co-Director Neva Goodwin shares her thoughts on how economics have been taught in the past. The video was filmed by the New Economics Institute at their June 2012 conference on "Strategies for a New Economy."
Additional videos from the conference can be found here.
Creating New Curriculum to Address the Needs of the Time
GDAE Co-Director Neva Goodwin participated in a round-table discussion with Debra Rowe and Rob Johnson. They address what students learn – or should learn – about economics for a sustainable future and how these concepts can be embedded into the courses of multiple disciplines. Recognizing that most students will not go on to be economists, but all will go on to be citizens, the panel asks what content needs to be included, especially in introductory economics courses, that is not usually found there now.
This video was filmed as part of the New Economics Institute Conference on "Strategies for a New Economy" at Bard College on June 8, 2012. Additional videos from the conference can be found here.
Interview with Co-Director Neva Goodwin
On November 15, 2010, Neva Goodwin gave a radio interview to A Better World Radio, discussing GDAE's contextual economics approach and alternatives to GDP. Listen to the full interview.
Additional video content is available on the Globalization and Sustainable Development Program Multimedia page and GDAE's YouTube Channel.
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The mission of the GDAE's Theory and Education Program is to advance the theory, teaching and application of an economic understanding which will serve the essential goals of humanity-goals that must include the fostering of equitable societies in sustainable ecological surroundings.