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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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13.03.2019
Unconditional Freedom 2049

A comic on European basic income and what it meant for one family among millions.

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13.03.2019
Doughnut Economics for a Thriving 21st Century

An interview on daring to dream and designing economics to regenerate life and community, to thrive rather than to grow.

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30.12.2018
Reshaping Globalisation with A Green Trade Strategy

Donald Trump’s trade wars have triggered a long-overdue discussion on the downsides of international trade. What is the green response?

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17.10.2018
A Fair Share: Reclaiming the Commons with Basic Income

Drawing on the experience of the Alaskan oil fund, this interview unpicks the links between basic income and ecological sustainability.

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17.10.2018
Basic Income: Insights from Finland

As the Finnish experiment draws to a close, social policy expert Heikki Hiilamo explains what’s next for basic income in Finland.

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10.10.2018
The New Urban Crisis: Beyond the Superstar City

Richard Florida’s critical assessment of inequality within and between cities diagnoses the problem, but fails to offer real answers.

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24.08.2018
The New Urban Crisis: A Manifesto For the Status Quo

Growing inequality has become a hallmark of many cities. For this reviewer, Richard Florida’s latest book is a worrying prescription for more of the same.

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03.08.2018
A Sufficiency Vision for an Ecologically Constrained World

With global production pushing the planet past its limits, a shift from growth to sufficiency in rich countries is now an imperative

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27.05.2016
The EU Printed €700 billion as a Desperate Plan to Save the Economy. It Failed. What Now?

In order to evade another economic earthquake similar to or even bigger than the Greek crisis and to reinstate the trust in the Euro, the European Central Bank (ECB) took extraordinary measures to boost growth, raise inflation and indirectly lower the indebtedness of the Eurozone Member States: they started the Quantitative Easing (QE) program.

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