Christian Arnsperger, né en à Munich, est un économiste. Docteur en sciences économiques de l’UCLouvain (Louvain-la-Neuve), il est professeur à. Christian Arnsperger’s blog – Thinking about how to protect and regenerate natural, social, and cultural capital within a genuinely circular economy. Christian Arnsperger, University of Lausanne, Institut de Géographie et Durabilité Department, Faculty Member. Studies Transition to sustainable economies.

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Cohen, Rawls and the advent of an analytical dialectics more. The avenues traced out in this short paper therefore constitute a complement to the cutting-edge discussions on the Green Economy put forward by UNEP.

The Limits of Complexity Economics 4. The structure of economic knowledge 3. christan

Instead of remaining stuck in the limitations of post-neoclassical theory, we should make the move toward a new paradigm that, in the name of science, promotes objectivity as well as subjectivity, and material causality as well as chriistian awareness. Ethique de l’existence post-capitaliste: Pour un militantisme existentiel Paris, Cerf, more.

What role s for ethical and sustainable banks? The Use of Critical Knowledge about Society 6. How did these cultural traits emerge — whether through continuation or through breaking away — from the relationship to nature and to material goods that characterized the British culture of the 17th and 18th centuries? Individualism, intrumentalism, and equilibrium 5. The political philosophy of macro-management Part III: The toolbox of Full-Spectrum Economics How does our anxiety about our finitude and our fragility, or even our mortality, as well as our quest for a meaning in life, influence our ways of spending, consuming, saving, arnseprger investing?



A full-spectrum critique Language becomes an essential part of economic interactions, and economists themselves need — as part and parcel of their scientific endeavor — to ask questions about their own motivations and emotions. Remember me on this computer. Towards an existential ecological economics] more. Ivan Illich and our current sustainability crisis more. SSBs relinquish the overarching motive of profit maximization, which in principle lends them significant curistian to shape an alternative socioeconomic vision and to translate it into action.

For the web version of this think piece, see http: However, that view itself is, as I argue, fundamentally flawed because it rests on unspoken assumptions about rationality, markets and social optimality that have been thwarted by the chdistian financial meltdown. At the same time, the North-American culture of consumption, mobility, housing, and urbanization still appears as the role model to be emulated by the rest of the world, and especially by the better-to-do social segments in emerging and developing economies.

To thrive in that new context, banks would need to mutate into the business model already known today as social and sustainable banking, but adapted to the necessities of the post-growth green economy. Wage Bargaining with a Price-Setting Firm more.

Money, energy, and sustainability: This would modify the structure of costs and prices and the regulatory and legal framework in such a way that profit-maximizing banks will finance only green investment and production projects. Phoenix is a gigantic artificial desert oasis, engineered from scratch starting in the s on the very lands that, for four centuries up to the s, harbored the ancient Hohokam civilization with its elaborate irrigation systems.


The Full Spectrum project”, which I published in the same journal in see above. Is either of the familiar figures of homo economicus and homo sociologicus — as antagonistic as they might be on other counts — still relevant for grasping the new relationship we require today between humans and nature?

It draws together three of the most significant strands in contemporary reflection on “alternative” money: EconomicsMonopolistic Competitionand Objective function. This paper in French argues that a transition beyond the current economic system is both desirable and elusive, and that, therefore, several well-constructed steps need to be taken.

This third — and penultimate — installment continues, once more, where the previous post left off. TerritorialityCircular Economyand Urbanism and complexity. christiah

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Opportunities and challenges more. It also suggests a framework within which economics could include within its core assumptions agents’ efforts directed at modifying their own rationality. Unsustainable oasis in the Sonoran Desert: