This is a post with five brief reviews of books that I consider to explore economic relations, one way or another.
Although politicians say they want solutions, they don’t need them as much as they need opening up disagreements.
Thanks to Feminisms and Degrowth Alliance FaDa, my spring has included international research and activism, although my research visit was postponed.
Nine years ago I attended the first high profile degrowth seminar in Finland. While I was new to the topic, the argumentation made sense and I became increasingly involved with the degrowth movement that debates and advocates for giving up on our cultural and political dependency on economic growth. In September 2018, there was a historical … Continue reading Open letter and petition: Europe, it’s time to end the growth dependency
Serge Latouche’s book Farewell to growth (translated by David Macey, orig. Petit traité de la décroissance sereine) is a classic in degrowth literature. I first familiarised with it in 2010, when I attended my first degrowth conference in Finland entitled Alternatives to the growth economy. It was a high-profile meeting organised by The Finnish Association for … Continue reading Browsing through books: Farewell to growth by Serge Latouche