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The Human Economy / Edition 1

The Human Economy / Edition 1


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ISBN-13: 9780745649795
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 12/14/2010
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.40(d)

About the Author

Keith Hart is Emeritus Professor at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Jean-Louis Laville is Professor of Sociology at the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers.

Antonio David Cattani is Professor of Sociology at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.

Table of Contents

Building the human economy together (Keith Hart, Jean-Louis Laville & Antonio David Cattani).

Part One: World society.

Globalization (Thomas Hylland Eriksen).

Global public goods (Philip Golub & Jean-Paul Maréchal).

International organizations (François-Xavier Merrien & Angèle Flora Mendy).

Development (Keith Hart & Vishnu Padayachee).

Alter-globalization (Geoffrey Pleyers).

Part Two: Economics with a human face.

Plural economy (Jean-Louis Laville).

Ecological economics (Sabine U O'Hara).

Feminist economics (Julie A Nelson).

Fair trade (Alfonso Cotera Fretel & Humberto Ortiz Roca).

Labour economy (José Luis Coraggio).

Microcredit (Jean-Michel Servet).

Informal economy (Keith Hart).

Part Three: Moral politics.

Citizenship (Paulo Henrique Martins).

Corporate social responsibility (Anne Salmon).

Welfare (Adalbert Evers).

Gift (Alain Caillé).

Moral economy (Chris Hann).

Communism (David Graeber).

Part Four: Beyond market and state.

Third sector (Catherine Alexander).

Solidarity economy (économie solidaire) (Jean-Louis Laville).

Community participation (Marilyn Taylor).

Local development (John M Bryden).

NGOs (David Lewis).

Social capital (Desmond McNeill).

Social enterprise (Jacques Defourny & Marthe Nyssens).

Social entrepreneurship (Lars Hulgård).

Part Five: New directions.

Community & complementary currencies (Jérôme Blanc).

Digital commons (Felix Stalder).

Mobility (John Urry).

Alternative energy (Arnaud Sales and Leandro Raizer).

Worlds of emancipation (Antonio David Cattani).



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