In search of a new paradigm
The great economic recession of the previous decade has served as a motive to start a conversation regarding the goals, priorities and tools of economic policy. The pandemic fuelled the need for this conversation, by challenging dogmas and questioning one-way solutions.
The goals of our Economic Justice project are -among other things- to analyse the tendencies of the global as well as the Greek economy, trace the forming perceptions regarding economic policy and create a space for dialogue on alternative economic thinking.
The project started in January 2022. Email: email@example.com
All public discussions regarding financial matters have three things in common: First of all, they seem to be overly technical and hard to understand. Secondly, they‘re presented as abiding to some irreversible natural order that justifies their unpleasant nature, in order for an “ultimate goal” to be achieved. Thirdly, they affect the citizens’ everyday life more than any other public policy.
Those three traits seem to be rather contradictory to one another. How can economic policies be so relevant to our lives and yet be that incomprehensible? And if they‘re affecting us so much, why are they usually unpleasant? And what is that “ultimate goal” that those policies are supposed to serve?
The great economic recession of the previous decade has served as a motive to start a conversation regarding economic policy goals, priorities and tools. The pandemic fuelled the need for this conversation, by challenging dogmas and questioning one-way solutions.
The goals of our project “Economic Justice: In search of a new paradigm” are:
Under the project’s umbrella, Eteron is striving: