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Rethinking Economic Growth


Josh Farley explains the concepts and implications of money as debt, GDP as a measure of the economy, and economic degrowth in this video interview recorded at the Montreal Degrowth Conference.

Editorial Notes: Joshua Farley is a PCI Fellow. He is also a Fellow of the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics and a Professor in the Community Development and Applied Economics faculty at the University of Vermont.

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