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How do we re-inject equitable relationships, towards humans and the planet, into market relations ?
 
How do we re-inject equitable relationships, towards humans and the planet, into market relations ?
  
[[Adam Arvidsson]] comes close to the P2P Foundation thinking, in terms of analysis. His foundational essay is [[Valuing the Ethical Economy]].
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[[Adam Arvidsson]]'s work is closely related to P2P Foundation thinking, in terms of analysis. His foundational essay is [[Valuing the Ethical Economy]] and his earlier writing is reflected in a book on the [[Ethical Economy]].
Adam is the author of the excellent [[Brands]] and is writing a full book on the [[Ethical Economy]], but the earlier series of draft on the [[Ethical Economy Book Project]] are no longer representative of the current form that the book will take,
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though they are still of great interest.
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As he explains:
  
 
"We use the term 'ethical economy' not because we think that present productive conditions are necessarily nicer or more socially conscious,  
 
"We use the term 'ethical economy' not because we think that present productive conditions are necessarily nicer or more socially conscious,  
 
but because the economy of technologically enhanced networks of cooperation puts the ethical dimension of human existence directly to work."
 
but because the economy of technologically enhanced networks of cooperation puts the ethical dimension of human existence directly to work."
  
(Quoted on the [[Ethical Economy]] page.)
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His last book looks at how the commons emerged in the 12th century, for example in the forms of guilds, and how they influenced the market economy until the 15th century, including 'ethical economy' based thinking in the Italian city-states, and how a nee period is emerging today, in which the declining middle class of the North, and the upcoming poor in the Global South, are creating 'capital poor, labour intensive' models, using the commons to create a new kind of capitalism that works for them. See: Changemakers. The [[Industrious Future of the Digital Economy]].
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==Useful learning resources==
 
==Useful learning resources==
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===Introductory===
 
===Introductory===
  
 
* The [[Ethical Economy]] page describes both the book of that name and the concept.
 
* The [[Ethical Economy]] page describes both the book of that name and the concept.
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===Deeper Study===
 
===Deeper Study===
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* [[Crisis of Value and the Ethical Economy]]
 
* [[Crisis of Value and the Ethical Economy]]
 
* [[Capitalism and the Ethical Economy]]
 
* [[Capitalism and the Ethical Economy]]
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** [[Ethical Circuit of Value]]
 
** [[Ethical Circuit of Value]]
 
** [[Ethical Surplus]]
 
** [[Ethical Surplus]]
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==Related Categories==
 
==Related Categories==
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* [[:Category:Collaborative Economy|Collaborative Economy]]
 
* [[:Category:Collaborative Economy|Collaborative Economy]]
  
 
[[Category:Economics]]
 
[[Category:Economics]]

Latest revision as of 12:32, 14 January 2020

How do we re-inject equitable relationships, towards humans and the planet, into market relations ?

Adam Arvidsson's work is closely related to P2P Foundation thinking, in terms of analysis. His foundational essay is Valuing the Ethical Economy and his earlier writing is reflected in a book on the Ethical Economy.

As he explains:

"We use the term 'ethical economy' not because we think that present productive conditions are necessarily nicer or more socially conscious, but because the economy of technologically enhanced networks of cooperation puts the ethical dimension of human existence directly to work."

His last book looks at how the commons emerged in the 12th century, for example in the forms of guilds, and how they influenced the market economy until the 15th century, including 'ethical economy' based thinking in the Italian city-states, and how a nee period is emerging today, in which the declining middle class of the North, and the upcoming poor in the Global South, are creating 'capital poor, labour intensive' models, using the commons to create a new kind of capitalism that works for them. See: Changemakers. The Industrious Future of the Digital Economy.


Useful learning resources

Introductory

  • The Ethical Economy page describes both the book of that name and the concept.


Deeper Study


Related Categories

Pages in category "EthicalEconomy"

The following 88 pages are in this category, out of 88 total.