New Economies for Sustainability

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Introduction (Luise Li Langergaard).- Chapter 1. Economy, Growth and Sustainability:  Shortcomings of mainstream economics’ growth visions (Jesper Jespersen).- Chapter 2. Heterodox Economy, pluralism and sustainability: A way ahead? (Leonhard Dobush and Jakob Kapeller).- Chapter 3. Economic Philosophy and Sustainability. Concepts of economic Transition (Gilles Campagnello).- Chapter 4. Deliberative Democracy in Social and Solidarity Economy (Jean-Louis Laville).- Chapter 5. Sustainability and Social and Solidarity Economy (Linda Lundgaard Andersen and Lars Hulgård).- Chapter 6. Responsibility and business economics for sustainable development (Ludger Heidbrink).- Chapter 7. Circular economy and sustainability (Thomas Budde).- Chapter 8. Eco-feminist Economics and sustainability (Jonas Egmose).- Chapter 9. Communication and economics of sustainability (Peter Seele).- Chapter 10. Ecological Economics (Ove Kai Pedersen/Vivi Storsletten) .- Chapter 11. Ecological Economics for the future (Inge Røpke).- Chapter 12. Ecological Economics and responsibility (Pedro Frances Gomez).- Chapter 13. Responsibility and transition in the perspective of ecological economics (Siri Carson).- Chapter 14. Alternative forms of economic organizing (Sine Nørholm Just).- Chapter 15. Teaching heterodox macro-economics ( Ole Bjerg and Rasmus Hougaard Nielsen).- Chapter 16. The French convention school and the economics of sustainability (Søren Jagd).- Chapter 17. A critical theory of economics: Emancipation and sustainability (Luise Li Langergaard).- Chapter 18. Philosophy of Management and sustainability (Jacob Dahl Rendtorff).- Chapter 19. Economic Liberalism and the State (Rune Møller Stahl).- Chapter 20. Business ethics and transition to sustainability (Kristian Alm).- Chapter 21. Conclusion (Luise Li Langergaard).
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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

11.12.2021

Herausgeber

Luise Li Langergaard

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Springer

Seitenzahl

266

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Luise Li Langergaard Ph.D. and Associate Professor in Social Entrepreneurship at Department of People and Technology, Roskilde University. Has a background in political philosophy and business administration and works in the intersection between political philosophy and economy and social science. Her research centres on social entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability in relation to changes in the welfare state, organization of production and economy, as well as citizenship and democracy. Her particular interest is on critical and normative perspectives on the democratic and political dimensions of social innovation, social change and citizen-engagement. 

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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11.12.2021

Herausgeber

Luise Li Langergaard

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Springer

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266

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24,1/16/2 cm

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639 g

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1st ed. 2022

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Englisch

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  • New Economies for Sustainability
  • Introduction (Luise Li Langergaard).- Chapter 1. Economy, Growth and Sustainability:  Shortcomings of mainstream economics’ growth visions (Jesper Jespersen).- Chapter 2. Heterodox Economy, pluralism and sustainability: A way ahead? (Leonhard Dobush and Jakob Kapeller).- Chapter 3. Economic Philosophy and Sustainability. Concepts of economic Transition (Gilles Campagnello).- Chapter 4. Deliberative Democracy in Social and Solidarity Economy (Jean-Louis Laville).- Chapter 5. Sustainability and Social and Solidarity Economy (Linda Lundgaard Andersen and Lars Hulgård).- Chapter 6. Responsibility and business economics for sustainable development (Ludger Heidbrink).- Chapter 7. Circular economy and sustainability (Thomas Budde).- Chapter 8. Eco-feminist Economics and sustainability (Jonas Egmose).- Chapter 9. Communication and economics of sustainability (Peter Seele).- Chapter 10. Ecological Economics (Ove Kai Pedersen/Vivi Storsletten) .- Chapter 11. Ecological Economics for the future (Inge Røpke).- Chapter 12. Ecological Economics and responsibility (Pedro Frances Gomez).- Chapter 13. Responsibility and transition in the perspective of ecological economics (Siri Carson).- Chapter 14. Alternative forms of economic organizing (Sine Nørholm Just).- Chapter 15. Teaching heterodox macro-economics ( Ole Bjerg and Rasmus Hougaard Nielsen).- Chapter 16. The French convention school and the economics of sustainability (Søren Jagd).- Chapter 17. A critical theory of economics: Emancipation and sustainability (Luise Li Langergaard).- Chapter 18. Philosophy of Management and sustainability (Jacob Dahl Rendtorff).- Chapter 19. Economic Liberalism and the State (Rune Møller Stahl).- Chapter 20. Business ethics and transition to sustainability (Kristian Alm).- Chapter 21. Conclusion (Luise Li Langergaard).