Doughnut Economics (ebook) by Raworth, Kate
Raworth, Kate (author)

Doughnut Economics ebook

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The book that redefines economics for a world in crisis.Relentless financial crises. Extreme inequalities in wealth. Remorseless pressure on the environment. Anyone can see that our economic system is broken. But can it be fixed?In Doughnut Economics, Oxford academic Kate Raworth identifies the seven critical ways in which mainstream economics has led us astray - from selling us the myth of 'ra...
Ebook 118,24 DKK
Authors Raworth, Kate (author)
Published 6 April 2017
Length 384 pages
Genres Economic theory and philosophy
Language English
Format epub
DRM LCP
ISBN 9781473517813
The book that redefines economics for a world in crisis.Relentless financial crises. Extreme inequalities in wealth. Remorseless pressure on the environment. Anyone can see that our economic system is broken. But can it be fixed?In Doughnut Economics, Oxford academic Kate Raworth identifies the seven critical ways in which mainstream economics has led us astray - from selling us the myth of 'rational economic man' to obsessing over growth at all costs - and offers instead an alternative roadmap for bringing humanity into a sweet spot that meets the needs of all within the means of the planet. Ambitious, radical and provocative, she offers a new cutting-edge economic model fit for the challenges of the 21st century._____________________________________________________*The Sunday Times Bestseller**A Financial Times and Forbes Book of the Year**Winner of the Transmission Prize 2018**Longlisted for the FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award 2017*'The John Maynard Keynes of the 21st century.' George Monbiot, Guardian'This is sharp, significant scholarship . . . Thrilling.' Times Higher Education'Raworth's magnum opus . . . Fascinating.' Books of the Year, Forbes'[Raworth's] biggest question . . . is one that terrifies all mainstream economists: is 'growth' endless?' Andrew Marr, Spectator'A compelling and timely intervention.' Caroline Lucas MP, Books of the Year, The Ecologist