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Circulation Economics
Circularity, pluralistic values and communicative co-operation are of special importance to reach the goal of sustainability. In this book the authors argue that a new economics must be based upon an organic world view where economy, nature and culture are interconnected. The economic challenges of tomorrow will only to a limited extent lend themselves to being managed by the neoclassical and mainstream economic paradigm. It is necessary to make changes on both structural and individual levels and to modify individual habits and values concerning consumption and lifestyle. Each chapter in the book is illustrated with practical examples written by practitioners and academics and is built upon a progressive Scandinavian experience.

Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Group in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xxiv(24)

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New Economics for Sustainable Development
pp. 1-20(20)
Authors: Ingebrigtsen, Stig; Jakobsen, Ove

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The Historical Context
pp. 33-56(24)
Authors: Ingebrigtsen, Stig; Jakobsen, Ove

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A Turn Towards Circulation Economics
pp. 65-92(28)
Authors: Ingebrigtsen, Stig; Jakobsen, Ove

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Circulation Economics
pp. 109-136(28)
Authors: Ingebrigtsen, Stig; Jakobsen, Ove

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The Function of Banks in the Economy
pp. 137-148(12)
Author: Berglund, Svein

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Economy and Nature
pp. 149-180(32)
Authors: Ingebrigtsen, Stig; Jakobsen, Ove

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Environmental Issues in Architecture
pp. 181-188(8)
Author: Nygård, Marius

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Economy and Culture
pp. 195-232(38)
Authors: Ingebrigtsen, Stig; Jakobsen, Ove

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The Communicative Arena
pp. 249-274(26)
Authors: Ingebrigtsen, Stig; Jakobsen, Ove

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The Socially Active Municipality
pp. 275-284(10)
Authors: Barstad, Jostein; Wang, Lars

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pp. 285-326(42)

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