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Economic Rebellion

Why is there so much dissatisfaction about how economics is taught at universities? Peter Day explores why the subject has changed over a generation and why that matters.

Why is there so much dissatisfaction about how economics is taught at universities? Since the financial crash, many students have been in revolt in the UK and overseas, determined to change the content of their courses. They are not alone. Employers and some economists share many of their concerns. Peter Day explores why the subject has changed over a generation and why that might matter.
Producer: Rosamund Jones.

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