Marc Saxer

The Economy of Tomorrow – How to produce socially just, resilient, and green dynamic growth for a Good Society, 4th edition

The Economy of Tomorrow (EoT) project brings together Asian economic thinkers with their counterparts from Europe to explore three key questions.

  1. What would an economic development model need to look like to serve as a compass for the overcoming of economic, ecological and social crises?
  2. Which discourse could help to level the political playing field for progressive policies?
  3. On which platform could reform-oriented actors join forces in a broad rainbow coalition for the political struggles over the new development path?

This paper outlines the EoT development model for socially just, sustainable and green dynamic growth, and begins to translate the technical language into a political communication tool.

Saxer, Marc

The economy of tomorrow

how to produce socially just, resilient, and green dynamic growth for a good society
New, 2016

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