The Mint Magazine the home of fresh thinking economics, brings together opinion, analysis and humour to provide engaging stories about economic policy and research. Each issue features thinkers from all parts of the economy including Nobel Prize winners, cutting edge investors and social scientists. Published quarterly, this magazine is an invaluable resource for students and professionals keen on staying up to date with the ever-changing economic debate.
The theme for this issue is the food system and subjects include alternative meat, financialisation, freshness, disinvestment, food deserts and more.
We also have a range of other economic topics including limited liability and risk, climate change and capitalism, and the Green New Deal with Michael Jacobs.
Plua we look at Nobel Prize Winners 50 years after the prize was invented including Steve Keen on Nordhaus’s questionable climate change modelling.
Lastly our range of regular columnists looks at women’s’ pensions, addressing the social divide and failures in teaching economics.