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The Difficult Divide

Lucy Hannah discusses the urban-rural gap in the UK, and what can be done to close it. In recent decades, the fading salience of the…

Trigger Warning

Nina Davies explores how a violent military take-over in Myanmar triggered large-scale economic protest and community unrest. A little over a year ago, dreams of…

More than a Mural

Rory Small examines the effects of Northern Ireland’s troubled past on its communities today.  From 1969 until the late 1990s, ‘The Troubles’ presented Northern Ireland…

Won’t you be my neighbour?

Evan Bennett discusses the necessity of sustainable transport in developing interconnected communities. A Hole In The Plan On September 8th 2000, the United Nations published…

The Drivers of Change

Arthur Johnson explores the influence of numbers when joining communities to elicit change. The ones that are ‘Zeros’ Historically, communities have driven change. Steve Jobs…

Economics Society: A Year in Review

This academic year has been extremely exciting for the University of Edinburgh Economics Society. As the committee came together to discuss the direction of the…

Two Years of Econ Soc’s EDI

The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee (EdEconSoc EDI) was introduced in the 2020-2021 academic year, making it one of the youngest affiliates of the Economics…