The D-Econ blog series is a collective initiative to bring together contributions from academics and activists who share the vision of decolonisation and diversification of economics. The blog seeks to facilitate conversations that explore and emphasize how varied axes of power relations, such as gender, class, race, caste, colonialism, religion, and sexuality among others, affect participation in the academy, limit knowledge production, and contribute to its colonisation. Through this engagement, it seeks to enrich the economic study of society with a plurality of perspectives and methods rooted in objective realities of marginalised and oppressed communities.
We are happy to receive contributions in the form of articles, opinions, and rich media content (photographic, and audio and video material). We welcome original contributions of up to 1500-2000 words and short commentaries and book reviews up to 1000 words.
Entries can be addressed to members of the editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carolina Alves is an economist with an interest in international macro-finance, macroeconomic theory, Marxist economics and Latin America.
Aditi Dixit is a historian with an interest in social and economic history, development, and global histories of labour and capital.
Surbhi Kesar is an economist with an interest in political economy, development economics, applied microeconometrics, specifically informality, capitalist transition in labour surplus economies, and issues of growth and exclusion.
Deepak Kumar is an economist with an interest in political economy, development, philosophy, and social justice.
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- Kanta Ranadive: a Forgotten Indian Political Economist,19 September 2022
- Diversification and Decolonization in a 4°C World: Quantifying the Underrepresentation of Global South Scholarship in Climate Economics, 7 June 2022
- Decolonising Economics Teaching Part 2: Some Thoughts on Pedagogy, 22 April 2022
- Decolonising Economics Teaching Part 1: Some Thoughts on the Curriculum, 22 April 2022
- Galileo and neoliberal academia: A critical assessment of UK higher education, 9 March 2022
- The Continuing Mode of Colonial Repression, 16 January 2022
- A Detoxed Heterodox Praxis to Lead Authentic Diversification and Decolonisation of Economics, 9 November 2021
- Decolonising Knowledge in the Medium of a Monolithic Language, 5 September 2021
- Knowledge, Power, and Economics: D-Econ Blog Launch, 15 August 2021
Decolonising Economics: Teaching and Pedagogy