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Creating alternative futures: the end of economics

Author: Henderson, Hazel ; Schumacher, Ernst FriedrichPublisher: Berkeley Publishing Corporation, 1978.Language: EnglishDescription: 403 p. ; 18 cm.ISBN: 425037150Type of document: Book
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Print HB100.5 .H46 1978
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Creating Alternative Futures The End of Economics Contents Foreword Introduction PART ONE: THE END OF ECONOMICS Chapter One Recycling Our Culture Two The Exhaustion of Economic Logic Three The Finite Pie: The Limits of Traditional Economics in Making Resource Decisions Four Sharing the Resource Pie Five The Entropy State Six Let Them Eat Growth Seven Japan: Industrialism's Bellwether Eight The Great Economic Transition Nine Inflation: The View from Beyond Economics Ten A Farewell to the Corporate State Eleven Constraints Affecting the Future of a Resource-Intensive Industry: Packaging Twelve Autopsying the Golden Goose PART TWO: CREATING ALTERNATIVE FUTURES Thirteen Coping with Organizational Future Shock Fourteen Creative Social Conflict: New Approaches to Social Mediation vii 1 9 11 27 34 63 83 93 106 113 137 153 169 194 223 225 237 Fifteen Democratizing Media Sixteen Information and the New Movements for Citizen Participation Seventeen Forcing the Hand of the De-Regulators Eighteen Awakening from the Technological Trance Nineteen Technology Assessment Twenty The Decline of Jonesism Twenty-one Citizen Movements for Greater Global Equity Twenty-two Pluralistic Futurism Twenty-three The Emerging "Counter-Economy" Epilogue 269 277 297 303 327 339 351 371 400

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