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Paolo Ramazzotti, managing editor of the Forum for Social Economics, gave a talk about how to undertake policy-related research. Aimed at junior scholars, the session was

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The Review of Social Economy recently released more open access articles! We also released the author interviews with those articles. Check them out at the link below!

YouTube Channel: https://t.co/1RDbd7uoRk

Open Access Articles: https://t.co/YN1cItw2gt
Our Author Series is back this week with the paper "Public ownership, worker control, and the labour epistocracy problem," by Nicholas Vrousalis. It’s currently available as an open access article!

Article link: https://t.co/JInONo4DwV

YouTube link: https://t.co/jaEnPAm5H1