DEAL collaborates with researchers and analysts who are engaging with the core concepts of Doughnut Economics, and enabling them to be made visible through data and analysis.
This page provides a space to showcase research-led tools, stories, and other scholarly resources that build upon the core concepts of Doughnut Economics, within the broader movement for new economic thinking and doing.
A collection of useful tools and resources for scholars to dive deeper into Doughnut Economics, and to explore results of Doughnut-inspired research.
Research updates and stories from scholars engaging with the core concepts of Doughnut Economics.
A study led by the DEAL Team's Andrew Fanning tracks nations' progress relative to the Doughnut since the early 1990s
University of Leeds researchers propose four Doughnut-inspired strategies for the UK to recover from the Covid-19 crisis
Researchers quantify national responsibility for ecological breakdown across 160 countries over the past 50 years
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