Updates from the Future Markets Consultation

Structural Change and the Green New Deal with Ann Pettifor

Economist Ann Pettifor outlines her take on the need to press for structural change within the financial and economic systems to tackle the climate crisis, rather than allowing the responsibility to be piled on to individuals and their communities“; fragment from an RSA event in December 2019. Upcoming Monday Pettifor is one of our guests in the next online dialogue of the Future Markets Consultation, this time on the topic of reconciling markets and ecology.

Work: Democratize, Decommodify, Remediate

“Left to their own devices, most capital investors will not care for the dignity of labor investors; nor will they lead the fight against environmental catastrophe. Another option is available. Democratize firms; decommodify work; stop treating human beings as resources so that we can focus together on sustaining life on this planet”, says a recent manifesto that has meanwhile been signed by more than 3.000 scholars / scientists and that was now also submitted as a viewpoint for the Future Markets Consultation.

The Effects of Contemporary Capitalism on Everyday Life – Recording Live Cast Now Available

The recording of our live cast on the effects of contemporary capitalism on everyday life (12 October) with sociologist Isabella Ferrera & economist Josh Ryan-Collins is now available. The interview with Ferreras and the interview with Ryan-Collins, part of the episode, are also available as separate videos.

Is There Sufficient Room for Local Communities in a Globalized Economy?

In a recent dialogue economists Raghuram Rajan and Paul Collier both defended their view that local communities should be re-empowered again. Yet Collier called it ‘dumb’ to reverse globalization. But can we have our cake and eat it, Ilse Oosterlaken wonders. Would it not be necessary to make economies more local before local communities can thrive again?

Participate & Contribute; The Future of Capitalism Concerns Us All

“Major signs of a new era! At the same time, the question remains how strong this wave of financial and economic innovation is. And where can a different kind of economy really take shape? In the US, the strong but wing-limp country beyond the ocean for many years? In China, where individual freedom is the key to every budget? This is where Europe comes into play, next to the US the largest economy in the world.”

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