In Extraenvironmentalist #75 we discuss our global systems of money and finance with Ben Dyson of Positive Money UK and Brett Scott author of The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance: Hacking the Future of Money.
Articles: alternative economics (96)
Worldly Women Philosophers is an active contribution to the transformation of economics, exploring one significant group that economic history has overlooked – women.
Cosmopolitanism has become a powerful current in the development of alternative globalisation discourses.
FLOK Society is a government-sponsored project to imagine how Ecuador might make a strategic transition to a workable post-capitalist knowledge economy.
It was predicted in the 1930 by the economist John Maynard Keynes that thanks to the technological innovations, people in the twenty-first century will not have to work more than 15 hours a week. But here we are in the twenty-first century and many people in the industrialized world are in a …
The global economy is growing beyond the capacity of the biosphere. How can we change this?
What’s exciting to me is that this new approach challenges the way we usually do business, even in the non-profit world.
In Extraenvironmentalist #71 Brian Czech discusses his new book Supply Shock: Economic Growth at the Crossroads and the Steady State Solution. Then, Karl Fitzgerald of the Renegade Economists joins us to talk about Henry George, land bubbles and real estate speculation.
This is an Italian translation of the joint Post Carbon Institute/Transition Network report Climate After Growth: Why Environmentalists Must Embrace Post-Growth Economics and Community Resilience.
By 'Open Source Finance', I don't just mean open source software programmes. Rather, I'm referring to something much deeper and broader. It's a way of framing an overall change we might want to see in the financial system.