Economists of the Commons

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Arnsperger, Christian

Full Profile: Christian Arnsperger on the Economics of Sustainability

Bio: Christian Arnsperger

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Brown, Ellen H.

Full Profile: Ellen Brown on the Economics of the Credit Commons

Bio: Ellen Brown

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  • Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System and How We Can Break Free (Revised and Updated) By Ellen Hodgson Brown.


Brown, Marvin T.

Full Profile: Marvin Brown on the Economics of the Commons

Bio: Marvin Brown

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Butcher, Allen

Full Profile: Allen Butcher on Allocation Mechanisms for Community Economics

Bio: Allen Butcher

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Hoeschele, Wolfgang

Full Profile: Wolfgang Hoeschele on the Economics of the Commons

Bio: Wolfgang Hoeschele

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  • Wolfgang Hoeschele. The Economics of Abundance: A Political Economy of Freedom, Equity, and Sustainability. Gower Publishing, 2010

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Available via http://www.icape.org/b5-Hoeschele.pdf



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Quilligan, James

Full Profile: James Quilligan on Achieving a Commons Economy

Bio: James Quilligan

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Ronfeldt, David

Full Profile: David Ronfeldt on Commons Policies

Bio: David Ronfeldt


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Schor, Juliet

Full Profile: Juliet Schor on the Plenitude-Based Commons Economy

Bio: Juliet Schor


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Verzola, Roberto

Full Profile: Roberto Verzola on the Commons-Oriented Economics of Abundance

Bio: Roberto Verzola


Articles:

  • Verzola, Roberto, Undermining Abundance (Counter-Productive Uses of Technology and Law in Nature, Agriculture and the Information Sector)(July 14, 2008). INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE, Gaelle Krikorian and Amy Kapczynski, eds., Zone Books, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1160044


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Wainwright, Hilary

Full Profile: Hilary Wainwright on the Economics of the Commons

Bio: Hilary Wainwright


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  • Co-Creative Labor, Productive Democracy and the Partner State: By Hilary Wainwright. a very important text to reset government policies for the p2p age. The text discusses: 1 A value revolution in labor; 2 Re-constituting industrial strategies based on co-creative labor ; 3 The Co-Creative Economy needs a Partner State [3]