Woody Tasch, Marco Vangelisti, Mary Berry and Joel Salatin from the Slow Money 2014 gathering.
Articles: alternative economics (152)
Can leading alt-economic and social movements find ways to work more closely together?
78 percent of Americans believe that too much power is concentrated in the hands of a few huge companies.
The banking system makes it tough for local businesses to get their hands on startup money. But creative entrepreneurs are finding solutions.
Building societies aren’t well-known for their radicalism, yet the sector’s origins lie in a movement of citizens co-operating to extend the ownership of property and, by implication, the vote.
A Q&A with John Boik founder of the Principled Societies Project and author of the book Economic Direct Democracy: A Framework to End Poverty and Maximize Well-Being.
A diversity of kindred approaches to alternative economics has been evolving.
As businesses increasingly embrace a not-for-profit culture, an end to overconsumption on a finite planet could finally be in sight.
The problems with how we get our food are a microcosm of the problems with our economy.
A key element of the Fair-Coop vision is a cryptocurrency, Faircoin, which has been designed to adapt the block-chain technology of Bitcoin with a more socially constructive design.