Realistic analysis of economics


From 2008 to 2015 LFMI had been organizing an annual economic courses “Realistic economic analysis” for social and humanities students and young professionals, in order to enhance their existing knowledge of economics.

WHAT? Lectures on unconventional links between social sciences delivered by academics and professional practitioners and aimed at broadening horizons by discussing the possibilities of applying economic logic and reasoning in other social contexts: politics, philosophy, history, morality, etc.

WHO IS INVOLVED? The lectures are intended for students, teachers, professionals and others eager to take a critical and unconventional look at social reality.

Previous years:

»» 2015 Realistic Analysis of Economics 

»» 2013 Realistic Analysis of Economics II