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by Ross V.G. Dobson

Author: Ross V.G. Dobson
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Black Rose Books (July 23, 1993)
Pages: 235 pages
Category: Perfomance
Rating: 4.3
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An examination of the processes by which we have been made dependent on the global market economy and how we may break our addiction through the application of a Local Employment and Trading System (LETS). -Liz Shepard, UK LETS coordinator "A simple and practical way to initiate community economic development. -"Journal of Economic Literature".

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The book also warns of the dangers to food supplies in particular, and to the environment generally, if we continue on the path of. .Data in the book relate mainly to the UK though figures from the USA and Europe are also included.

The book also warns of the dangers to food supplies in particular, and to the environment generally, if we continue on the path of globalization. The authors are all environmentalists of varying backgrounds: Norberg-Hodge for example is also a linguist who studied under Noam Chomsky at MIT. We have many problems facing us today in saving our planet but the authors have focused on continuing and adequate food production as one of the key issues; and this has other implications

Dobson, Ross V. (1993). Montreal: Black Rose Books. Short-circuit: Strengthening local economies for security in an unstable world.

Dobson, Ross V. Cite this chapter as: Milani B. (2002) From Opposition to Alternatives. In: O’Sullivan . Morrell . O’Connor . eds) Expanding the Boundaries of Transformative Learning. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

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The sharing economy was hardly inspired by the needs of the rich

The sharing economy was hardly inspired by the needs of the rich. But in some ways it suits them perfectly. The whole idea depends on people having spare assets that they are willing to rent out to total strangers. On the other side of the market, bustling plutocrats are an ever-present source of demand for temporary accommodation and bursts of luxury. The system can even have a strange public-relations benefit. The same constraints that affect the wider sharing economy-NIMBY pressure groups who put their interests above the common good and regulators who fail to adapt to new technology-find echoes in the luxury market.

An examination of the processes by which we have been made dependent on the global market economy and how we may break our addiction through the application of a Local Employment and Trading System (LETS). "A most intelligent appraisal of LETS."--Liz Shepard, UK LETS coordinator¶ "A simple and practical way to initiate community economic development."--Journal of Economic Literature