THE END OF NEO-LIBERALISM AND THE BEGINNINGS OF INTEGRAL ECONOMICS
A burgeoning policy shift from neo-liberal economics is underway, with leadership by presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio). His platform positions stem in part from his negative experiences with neo-liberalism when he was Mayor of Cleveland more than 30 years ago. Although his response as Mayor was based on confrontation politics, examples of community-based economies built on collaborative planning, ownership, and management have since become more widely known. We can now show that the successful Grameen Bank and the Mondragon Cooperatives were constructed on principles consistent with Integral Science.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA
Publication date: 01 June 2004