The Uneconomics debate ran for nine months during 2012, and featured nineteen articles and interviews. Part of its purpose was to usher in a greater diversity of critical and analytical perspectives on economic matters, from academic disciplines that don't typically get a public hearing. It sought to broaden public debate regarding economic institutions and policies, and challenge elite views of the financial crisis. Highlights of the debate were two interviews, one with Andy Haldane, Executive Director for Financial Stability at the Bank of England, and another with David Potter, founder of Psion, both of which provided fascinating and critical perspectives on financial governance, from those 'inside' the establishment.
The articles below appear in reverse chronological order, with Will Davies' concluding overview at the top.