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 of this issue is the Circular Economy including interviewing Tom Szaky, a leading circular economy entrepreneur plus articles on the circular economy in Ireland, Nigeria and Spain, and a review of Stahel’s latest book.
• We talk to Randy Wray about Modern Monetary Theory with articles by Stephany Griffith-Jones and Natalya Naqvi on a National Investment Bank, Stuart Astill on getting real with pensions, Frances Coppola reflects ten years after the Greek debt crisis.
• As COP25 comes to an end, Charles Seaford examines climate change economics and Silke Helfrich and David Bollier explore the radical potential of rethinking the Commons.
• Alan Freeman examines data on the North-South global divide and Erald Kolasi and Blair Fix look a new aspect of the problem with GDP.
• Plus economic institutional innovation in Kenya, economics and violence, the truth about girls and Economics A levels and more.