Christian Arnsperger, né en à Munich, est un économiste. Docteur en sciences économiques de l’UCLouvain (Louvain-la-Neuve), il est professeur à. Christian Arnsperger’s blog – Thinking about how to protect and regenerate natural, social, and cultural capital within a genuinely circular economy. Christian Arnsperger, University of Lausanne, Institut de Géographie et Durabilité Department, Faculty Member. Studies Transition to sustainable economies.

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Remember me on this computer. What is neoclassical economics? How did it emerge from the British culture chgistian the 17th and 18th centuries? Comments welcome, please do not quote without author’s permission.

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Making the planet sustainable will therefore require us to understand the deep roots of the U. Couldn’t economic and social policies that are more sensitive to the existential experiences of social actors improve the efficiency of technical measures such as ecological taxation, green stock-market investment or the capture and exploitation of atmospheric carbon — and couldn’t human beings who are better reconciled with their existential finitude move beyond green capitalism and build more strongly sustainable economic alternatives?

In this paper in GermanI offer a detailed discussion of the content of the “Plain Money” reform project “Vollgeld-Reform” in German championed a. This allows the discipline of economics to be opened up to surprising new dimensions which the standard positivism which pervades even front-line mainstream approaches such as complexity and behavioral economics systematically neglects: At the same time, the North-American culture of consumption, mobility, housing, and urbanization still appears as the role model to be emulated by the rest of the world, and especially by the better-to-do social segments in emerging and developing economies.


Greg Cajete Bernalillo NM north of Albuquerque is not a place where we would have stopped of our own accord.

Growth-oriented and growth-generating banks would gradually falter because of the necessary slowdown of the economy as a whole. Probing the “moralization of capitalism” problem: The Limits of Complexity Economics 4. We need a new generation of entrepreneurs as well as new macroeconomic conditions to allow those entrepreneurs to flourish. A mixture of settlement and movement prevailed in this vast region for millennia — with a complexity that is still baffling historians today, and with a number of enigmas still unsolved.

Most mainstream economists today have abandoned neoclassical economics and have, for very sound reasons, attempted to move beyond it. Ecological transition, noetic transition, and democratic experimentalism] more. The project is based on a modernized version of the “Chicago Plan” approach which had been devised in the mids by Irving Fisher and his colleagues from the Chicago School. The quest for Full-Spectrum Economics 9.

The project is based on a modernized version of I will also discuss some ways in which Switzerland’s federal political structure, as well as its participatory democratic system, enhance the virtues of monetary federalism.

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Conventional banks do — albeit often only implicitly — pursue a view of the common good and of how money ought to be produced and circulated. Economic MethodologyTeaching undergraduate economicsand Social role of economists.

Chirstian environmentally oriented complementary currencies — whether local or global — provide credible answers to today’s ecological challenges? How can we better understand the complex articulation between money creation, bioregionalism, and ecological sustainability? This short address asks how money and finance impact environmental sustainability.


What economic anthropology of spatiality and territoriality do we need in order to ground, support, and lend more coherence to various concrete processes of economic relocalization such as ecotourism, ecovillages, bioregionalism or short circuits of food provision?

What is money and how is it created in our modern economies? In this chrsitian, I want to dwell on one of those cycles: A hypothetical diachronic scenario more. A full-spectrum critique What Does Economics Describe? Opportunities and challenges”, which I published in the same journal in see below.

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Game theory and strategic interaction 7. The Missing Link” see Books section above.

Can Competition Ever be Fair? Using a tool which I call “Portfolio Microworld Analysis” PMAI suggest that in order not to be fooled by christixn banks say in their marketing and communications strategies, we need to test the socioeconomic coherence of the “model economy” that actually transpires from their loan and investment portfolios, as well as from their fund sourcing and capital collection criteria, as evidenced in their balance sheet and other financial statements.

Democratic experimentalism and the co-evolution of norms more. Foreword by David Colander 1. A critical reappraisal of E.