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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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New video from The RSA on Doughnut Economics | Doughnut Economics

http://oxfamblogs.org/doughnut/rethinking-economic-growth/new-video-from-the-rsa-on-doughnut-economics?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+DoughnutEconomics+%28Doughnut+Economics%29 Really useful video that sets out the argument about growth in the context of both socioeconomic justice and ecological constraints.

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