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Category Archives: Viable Economy
Bemused by the many promises on offer from the political parties? One way to evaluate them is against our “policy checker” based on our Viable Economy framework. We want to live in a world that is viable, rather than one … Continue reading
Is now the time to grasp opportunities and make the best of them? The highly successful film Demain which a packed audience saw in Manchester on Wednesday night suggests just that. The showing was organised by the Kindling Trust and … Continue reading
A report on our café conversation on Well-Being and the Viable Economy: Monday 23 May. We had vibrant (and noisy) discussions about well-being and the viable economy at the latest of our Steady State Manchester conversations. We used Ketso (www.ketso.com) … Continue reading
We went to Chorlton and Whalley Range Green Festival on Saturday and ran an activity to help people engage with us. We took some of the ideas that underpin “official” thinking on devolution and economic development in the city region … Continue reading
Did you know that there are 5.4 million small and medium-sized firms (those employing less than 250 people) in the country as a whole, employing some 23 million people? They are the heart of the economy and of any future … Continue reading