Our economic model is broken, with longstanding structural weaknesses in how we organise our economy and for whom. Our future will depend on our capacity for institutional reimagining, and on our ability to rethink and reshape how we produce and distribute wealth in more democratic and sustainable ways than present. A decade on from the financial crisis of 2008, the conditions are ripe for change. Shifts of the required magnitude have been achieved before and we believe are possible to do again. This issue considers our economic future, the type of economy we want to build, and the institutional turns that can help us find our way to a future of shared plenty.