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Rethinking Economics Waterloo Inaugural Conference was a huge success!

Rethinking Economics Waterloo (REW) is co-founded by Alexandra Kraushaar, Masters of Arts Philosophy Candidate, University of Waterloo and Geoff Evamy Hill, Bachelor Knowledge Integration Candidate, University of Waterloo. REW is the local chapter of Rethinking Economics, a global “grassroots” network of students, thinkers, and citizens who seek to give voice to new and marginalized economics narratives […]

In The News!

Faculty of Arts wrote a news article about Rethinking Economics Waterloo Inaugural Conference! We are so excited to share it with you! Check it out! https://uwaterloo.ca/arts/news/rethinking-economics-students-ask-important-questions

New conference sessions have been added!

We have added two new sessions to the conference line up! Check it out: TIME Event 8:30 – 9:00 Registration 9:00 – 9:15 Intro to the conference and the movement here in KWAli & Geoff Why rethink economics?  Why bring it to Canada and uWaterloo? 9:15 – 10:00 Ecological EconomicsPeter Victor – York Discussing ecological […]

RE Waterloo Conference Registration

You can register here!!! OR http://www.eventbrite.com/e/rethinking-economics-waterloo-inaugural-conference-tickets-14957514328?aff=efbevent

Rethinking Economics Waterloo February 7, 2015 Conference

We’ve been really busy planning the Rethinking Economics Waterloo Conference 2015! Here are some more details: Rethinking Economics Waterloo Conference 2015 Saturday February 7, 2015 | St. Paul’s University College, University of Waterloo Rethinking Economics is a student movement and organization whose purpose is to challenge the current paradigms in economics and economics education; not […]

Rethinking Economics Waterloo Conference 2015

Rethinking Economics Waterloo Conference 2015 Saturday February 7, 2015 | St. Paul’s University College, University of Waterloo Rethinking Economics is a student movement and organization whose purpose is to challenge the current paradigms in economics and economics education; not simply for the sake of being critical, but for the sake of developing a deeper understanding […]