Humans, values, structures, good science and rebellions in Social Ecological Economics
“The importance of social, political, ethical and institutional factors is something which ecologists are not trained to detect, and economists are trained to neglect”.Clive Spash
The brilliant “Economics for Rebels” podcast is back again with a new episode!
This week, host Alexandra Köves (Uni Corvinus) speaks to Clive Spash (WU Vienna) about Social Ecological Economics, the lack of dialogue between disciplines, especially mainstream economics, and much much more.
Link to the podcast below.
Previous episodes include:
- Julia Steinberger on “living well within limits”,
- historical waves in Ecological Economics with Inge Ropke,
- the need for a new Ecological Macroeconomics by Louison Cahen-Fourot,
- the problem of rentier power in social-ecological transformation with Beth Stratford, and many more!
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