Welcome to the DSEP Blog!

The aim of our blog is to encourage pluralist-based discussions. We will be reporting on wider economic issues in a pluralist context. We wish to create an open platform where people can share their own opinions on this, and so we would love to hear from you!


How you can contribute:

We are looking for people to get involved with this project, by contributing their own blog posts. These should be short pieces (about 300-600 words) about your own thoughts regarding current events or aspects of Economics as a subject.

Please email any posts to:


Post 1: Why do we need Economic Pluralism?

Post 2: Time’s Up for Androcentric Economics

Post 3: The Competition of Ideas

Post 4: The Importance of the Academic Strikes

Post 5: Energy in Economics

Post 6: Women In Economics: An interview with female Economics students at Durham

Post 7: An Interview with Maeve Cohen: Director of Rethinking Economics

Post 8: Durham Student Climate Strike: From Popular Protest to Economic Solutions

Post 9: Modern Times 

Post 10: Jimmy’s, Schumpeter and future hopes for Durham’s night life