On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, our Director Mark Pennington interviews Dr. Danielle Guizzo from University of Bristol. This episode is titled “Cultures of Expertise in Economics”. This episode explores the way in which the discipline of Economics has evolved over the years, the way economists achieved their status as scientific experts, and how pluralism and diversity may be promoted within the wider discipline.

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The Guest

Dr. Danielle Guizzo is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Bristol. Her research expertise is on the History of Economics, Political Economy and Economics Education. She is currently working on topics such as the intellectual communities in economics and the sociology of the economics discipline, educational policy and economics education, the history of policymaking and economic expertise, and diversity and decolonisation in economics.

She is also a co-founder and steering group member of of D-Econ (Diversifying and Decolonising Economics), and an affiliate researcher at Autonomy.

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