New Economy Movement
A New Economy -- Diverse & Innovative
GreenPolicy360 continues development of a New Economy with "Eco-nomics"
- Eco-Watch 2019
New Economic Thinking
In the U.K. the Green New Deal Group began to use the term "Green New Deal" in 2007 and launched a landmark report on 21 July, 2008 calling for a "Green New Deal". The group consisted of two former directors of Friends of the Earth, the Guardian's economics editor, Larry Elliott, the Green Party MEP Caroline Lucas and Andrew Simms of the New Economics Foundation...
A Global Green New Deal by Edward Barbier
- Published by Cambridge Press / 2010
New Economics in the U.K.
Rebooting the UK’s Green New Deal
Lessons from the last 10 years – and challenges for the next
Green New Deal
Economics for the Many, edited and with an introduction by John McDonnell, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, features contributions from the participants in his New Economics conferences, including Nick Srnicek, Ann Pettifor, Prem Sikka, and Guy Standing. It covers topics from housing, public ownership, and fairer international trading systems to industrial policy for the twenty-first century and how to tackle tax avoidance and regional imbalances. Together, the essays in this volume lay out a vision for a new economics, one that works for the many, not the few.
In her essay 'To Secure a Future, Britain Needs a Green New Deal', Ann Pettifor makes a compelling case for change in the way Britain handles renewable energy.
The era of procrastination, of half measures, of soothing and baffling expedients, of delays, is coming to its close. In its place, we are entering a period of consequences.
Britain needs a Green New Deal to Build a Sustainable, Stable Economy
If Britain is to secure a sustainable, stable and liveable future for the people of Britain, then implementation of the Green New Deal will be vital. Not just for the sake of the ecosystem, but also for the sake of rebuilding a stable, sustainable economy.
New Economics in the U.S.
Alliances, Coalitions, Cooperatives, Networks --- New Economy Models
A developing new American eco-nomics that looks to multiple political-economic solutions.
Among the working models being advanced are:
The New Economy Coalition (NEC) based in Boston, Massachusetts, formerly known as the New Economics Institute. It is a network of over 100 organizations working for what it describes as the "New Economy Movement".
New Economics Institute / Via Wikipedia
The roots of the NEC lay with the Schumacher Center for a New Economics (formerly the E.F. Schumacher Society) which was founded in 1980. In 2010, the NEC partnered with the New Economics Foundation (NEF) to create a new organisation called the New Economics Institute to promote alternative economic models.
New Economics Network
The New Economics Network was created by in 2009 as a loose network of about two hundred organizations working for a 'new economy'. In a lecture for the National Council for Science and the Environment Gus Speth said the organisation wanted to create a sustainable and caring economy.
In 2013, "New Economics Institute" merged with New Economy Network to became the "New Economy Coalition".
The New Economy movement is often referred to as just "the new economy". It considers that the current economic system needs to be restructured. The theory is based on the assumption that people and the planet should come first, and that it is human well-being, not economic growth, which should be prioritized. It draws on an aggregate of alternative economic thought that challenges the fundamental assumptions of mainstream neoclassical and Keynesian economics. Some of the approaches it includes a ecological economics, solidarity economy, commons, degrowth, systems thinking and Buddhist economics.
Gar Alperovitz described the New Economy movement as “... a far-ranging coming together of organizations, projects, activists, theorists and ordinary citizens committed to rebuilding the American political-economic system from the ground up." In 2009, Sarah van Gelder wrote, “The new economy is about increasing quality of life, improving health, and restoring the environment."
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- Books by Joseph Siglitz -- https://www.amazon.com/Joseph-E.-Stiglitz/e/B000APIKRK
- Joe Stiglitz, "Out in front" -- https://www.ineteconomics.org/search?q=stiglitz
- A new vision, a paradigm shift in development @GreenPolicy360
Via Yes! Magazine - David Korten / 2001 ... Reclaiming the Commons
Via Sojourners / 2013 ... Reclaiming the Commons
Community-Wealth generation - Democracy Collaborative / ... Reclaiming the Commons
Resources for practitioners and policy makers working to build community wealth and a new economy
Gar Alperovitz (note relation to Gaylord Nelson, founder of Earth Day) - Video Keynote at the AAAS Climate Change Summit / American Association for the Advancement of Science's Summit on Climate Change Resilience and Governance
Next System Project - http://democracycollaborative.org/content/next-system-project
Community-wealth generation focus areas:
- Democratization of Wealth
- Community Wealth Cities
- Community Wealth InfoGraphics
- Community Wealth Interviews
- Community Wealth Map
- Wealth Videos
- Anchor Institutions
- The Cleveland Model
- Community Development Corporations (CDCs)
- Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs)
- Land Trusts (CLTs)
- Cooperatives (Co-ops)
- Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)
- Green Economy
- Individual Wealth Building
- Individual Wealth Preservation
- Local Food Systems
- Municipal Enterprise
- New State & Local Policies
- Outside the U.S.
- Program Related Investments
- Reclaiming the Commons
- Social Enterprise
- Responsible Investing
- State Asset Building Initiatives
- State and Local Investments
- Transit Oriented Development
- University & Community Partnerships
- Worker Cooperatives