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Policies for the City Region – serialised: Part 8, Jobs and Income.

We continue the serialisation of our report, Policies for the City Region. In this installment we focus on jobs and income, again suggesting ways in which we, in our region, can improve the availability, range and quality of jobs and … Continue reading

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STEADYSTATE Part Two: The Local and Regional Context

This is the second part of our interview piece  in Manchester’s Now Then magazine. Click HERE to read the interview.  Thanks to Ian Pennington at Now Then for inviting us and publishing our thoughts.  The first part, on the wider … Continue reading

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Viable Economy Launch

Steady State Manchester launched the Viable Economy pamphlet on 9 December 2014 at the Methodist Hall. Some thirty people came together to discuss and debate the contents of the Viable Economy and what people needed to do in order to … Continue reading

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“The Viable Economy” launches today

We are launching The Viable Economy today, Tuesday 9th December, 7-9pm at Central Hall, Oldham Street, Manchester. Book your free place HERE. More details of launch at the end of this post. Copies will be on sale there, or you … Continue reading

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We publish “The Viable Economy”

Today we publish “The Viable Economy”, a pamphlet for everyone concerned about the dangers we face from the current unviable economic system and who would like to explore an approach that integrates economic, social and ecological well-being. It suggests a … Continue reading

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Ecological Economics – curriculum, planet and social justice

One of the most focussed writers on the growth problem, former Oxfam economist Kate Raworth has just written a very fine piece on the struggle of economics students to broaden the narrow, neoclassical economics curriculum that dominates University economics teaching.  … Continue reading

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In Place of Pay Inequality launched

Can campaigning around pay equity deliver significant improvements in economic, social and ecological justice? These were some of the questions explored when 30 people gathered on 2nd April 2014 to launch our latest report. The exciting energy present suggested that … Continue reading

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