11.03.2020
Hooked on Growth: Rewiring Institutions for Wellbeing

A new policy paradigm needs to emerge that is capable of thinking broadly and ecologically about wellbeing, sustainability, and justice.

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02.03.2020
Questioning Our Limits to Leave Scarcity Behind

Rather than insisting on external limits, environmentalists should call for society to make its own. The way forward is to organise an alternative project based on different view of the good life.

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08.12.2019
The Green New Deal: The Answer to Schnaiberg’s Treadmill?

Ana Rusan traces some of the social and environmental consequences of New Deal America through the sociology of Allan Schnaiberg.

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13.03.2019
Global Means

Sociologist and thinker reinvents the institutions of the liberal global order. Fly through a 30-year rescue of social rights and the environment from the ravages of unbridled globalisation.

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09.11.2018
Beyond the Choke Hold of Growth: Post-growth or Radical Degrowth?

Part two of an interview with key thinkers at the Post-Growth 2018 conference at the European Parliament.

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31.10.2018
The Politics of Post-Growth

At the Post-Growth 2018 conference at the European Parliament, key thinkers discuss today’s possibilities for imagining a world beyond growth.

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09.10.2018
Ending the EU’s Growth Mantra

An interview with European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager on whether the time has come to leave growth behind.

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01.06.2018
Work in a World Without Growth

With growth-driven economies surpassing environmental limits, a job guarantee could offer a way to a sustainable economic system.

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04.01.2017
Collaboration is Just a Strategy – Overcoming the Limits of the Commons

Although the commons are no silver bullet solution to society’s ills, combined with the common good and other alternative models they can form the basis of a fairer and more sustainable economic order.

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18.04.2016
Extending the Tobin Tax – the Full Robin Hood Tax

“How is all of this going to be paid for?” This difficult question has struck campaigns for the advancement of welfare since the 1970s, ever more frequently and intensely since the financial crisis of 2008 and resulting austerity measures that were put in place in our European liberal societies.

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