Rebuilding Macroeconomics is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and is part of the Institute for Global Prosperity at University College London (UCL). Our long-term aim is to transform macroeconomics back into a policy relevant social science. Our strategy is to support interdisciplinary research and new methods of analysis in macroeconomics.
Symposium on Systemic Recovery
26./27. April 2021; Online
Co-organizers with The Fields Institute and the OECD
We have six research hubs which each addresses a specific “real world” macroeconomic issue.
Catalogue of video recordings of past conferences and workshops
Authors who have received support, or been an active participant in research hubs.
Complexity in Macroeconomics:
Our contribution to economic issues and policy debate
OUR RESEARCH HUBS
Rebuilding Macroeconomics is structured around a concept of Research Hubs. Hubs are places for scholars, policymakers and practitioners to coalesce around substantive ‘real-world’ macroeconomic policy questions.
OUR LATEST RESEARCH PROJECTS
Rebuilding Globalisation and Macroeconomics, from the Grassroots
Why is corporate accountability generally difficult to enforce throughout global supply chains, and how can we encourage legal change?
Developing an Economy of Belonging
Exploring the interactions between social security and popular acceptance of globalisation, this projects aims to shed light on the relationship...
Country capabilities, product complexity, and finance in the EU
This research project studies the extent to which globalization reinforces structural inequalities between nation states in the Eurozone, and which...
Dr Claudius Gräbner