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Visualizing a Plenitude Economy

Visualizing a Plenitude Economy

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Social Enterprises and the Social Economy: Ownership Matters 17 September 2015 co-authored with Nancy Neamtan Walmart is not Greenpeace. A story about expressive capacity « flow On a community currency related Skype chat that I’m a part of, there’s been a conversation that cycles around now and again about how the various national jurisdictions respond to community currencies, how they are likely to try and shut them down (as they did in the 30′s), and what to do about. Arthur Brock responded saying: “I think the most effective way to avoid being shut down (or even taxed for that matter) by the powers that be is to operate using non-monetary currencies that don’t look like money or compete in the same space as money. We use dozens of these a day and they’ll never be able to even attempt to shut all of these types of things down.” Synchronisticly I had just seen an article on the “The game-based economy” which I think neatly illustrates Arthur’s point.

Measuring happiness: will 2012 be a happy new year? My previous blog was set against the coalition's apparent retreat from major themes such as 'big society' and the happiness agenda, in the face of sometimes overwhelmingly miserable economic news and forecasts. Since then, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published its initial investigations into subjective wellbeing. Counterintuitively, this found a surprising 76% of Britons rated satisfaction with their lives at seven out of 10, or higher. The ONS has also begun a consultation on the domains and measures that should be included in a National Index of Wellbeing. This process ends on 23 January.

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Bernard Stiegler : « Le marketing détruit tous les outils du savoir Texte publié intégralement dans la revue Soldes [1], que vous pouvez vous procurer dans l’une de ces librairies ou lors de l’événement organisé au Point éphémère à Paris le 24 mars (voir à la fin de l’article). Peut-on sortir de l’ère industrielle ? J’ai la conviction profonde que ce qu’on appelle humain, c’est la vie technicisée. [FR] Le nouveau paradigme - P. Herlin - Prix spécial Turgot 2011 Changer de paradigme pour retrouver une croissance durable "La finance est devenue folle" clame-t-on partout, souvent avec raison, mais aussi avec fatalisme. Que faire ? Quel lien peut-on établir entre richesse et bien-être ? Nous avons montré précedemment que le niveau de vie avait beaucoup plus progressé que les statistiques ne peuvent le laisser croire. Nous sommes devenus, avec la croissance économique, beaucoup plus riches. Sommes-nous pour autant plus satisfaits de notre bien être ? Cette question intéresse évidemment les sciences sociales: l'économie d'abord parce que l'une des finalités de cette science est la satisfaction des besoins en luttant contre la rareté, la sociologie ensuite parce que la quête du bonheur et du bien être devient central aujourd'hui.Voici quelques apports des sciences économiques et sociales.

Caught in Our Own Words System diagram of the vicious cycle of the Industrial Economy (red, top) and the virtuous cycle of the Natural Economy (green, bottom) Jeff Clearwater and Ferananda Ibarra* led a presentation on (Charles Eisenstein et al’s) Sacred Economics and Sharing Economies the other day while I was in Eugene OR (thanks to fellow communitarian and alternative economies enthusiast Tree Bressen twisting their arms to add Eugene to their current West Coast speaking tour). One of the ideas they presented that I found particularly inspiring was this: Much of what we believe, and much of what we are trying to change, is rooted in the terminology, the language we use to discuss it.

L'économie collaborative s'invente en France : gardons notre avance Consommation collaborative, production distribuée, finance participative, éducation et savoir ouverts: ces mouvements nés de la rencontre de l'innovation numérique et sociale sont les piliers d'une nouvelle économie : l'économie collaborative dont la France est pionnière. Consommation collaborative, production distribuée, finance participative, éducation et savoir ouverts. Ces mouvements nés de la rencontre de l'innovation numérique et sociale sont les piliers d'une nouvelle économie : l'économie collaborative.

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