As I said to a young graduate who sought careers advice from me this summer on how she might get into economic justice campaigning, become a chartered accountant first. PhDs and other qualifications might be all very useful, but grounded experience and having some real world exposure to what you want to talk about doesn’t half help.
Hasn’t he missed a bit there? If you want to campaign about economic justice might it not be worth staying awake in your economics lectures? So that, you know, you know something about economics?