Prioritisation is overlooked. Here’s how the next 20 years could look for economists

Scarcity. A word that is at the heart of our pursuit of economic enlightenment, the idea of which sharpens the blurred lines that we construct between the discipline of economics and neighbouring psychology and political science. Economic thought has often been shepherded by the age-old problem of organising limited resources in a world where…

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