The Rebuilding Macroeconomics Network will include renowned academic macroeconomists, policy makers, leading heterodox economists and scholars from outside of economics. Involvement in research meetings is invited will be publicised widely at ‘town hall’ style meetings, so that anyone can suggest future research directions. We will disseminate our findings to the widest possible audience, reporting on both those projects that succeed and those that fail.

Professional researchers from a range of disciplines and backgrounds are invited to apply for funding to undertake research projects relevant to the Network’s aims.

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