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African Economics - The Foregone Alternative By H. Kwame Afaglo
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With Africa showing signs of economic progress, it is worth reviewing its performance, whiles benchmarking it against advanced economies, with the intention of accelerating its growth. African... More > Economics - The Foregone Alternative brings to forth proposals to drive Africa into an advanced economic status, with insights into factors as: population dynamics, health, energy sources, human resource, remittances, external debt, international trade, inflation, interest rates, regionalism and common currency.< Less
African Economics - The Foregone Alternative By H. Kwame Afaglo
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With Africa showing signs of economic progress, it is worth reviewing its performance, whiles benchmarking it against advanced economies, with the intention of accelerating its growth. African... More > Economics - The Foregone Alternative brings to forth proposals to drive Africa into an advanced economic status, with insights into factors as: population dynamics, health, energy sources, human resource, remittances, external debt, international trade, inflation, interest rates, regionalism and common currency.< Less
Alternative Economics: Reversing Stagnation By Marc Batko
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This anthology “Alternative Economics: Reversing Stagnation” includes articles and poems on new priorities, assumptions and policies. The appendix "Myths of the Economy"... More > describes 29 state myths, labor myths, business myths and state myths. The financial sector should be shriveled and the public sector expanded. The myths of self-healing markets, efficient financial markets, nature as a free good, external and sink, infinite growth in a finite world, quantitative growth and the exact sciences eclipsing qualitative growth and the human sciences (history, literature, play, language, sociology, political science, philosophy) and private opulence next to public squalor (cf. John Kenneth Galbraith) must call us to rethinking – individually and collectively. Alternative Austrian, Swiss, Polish and German economists can alert us to the bankruptcy of austerity policy and fiscal policy aiding capital at the expense of workers and the environment.< Less
Alternative Economics - Morganist Economics Perspectives Volume I By Peter James Rhys Morgan
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This booklet contains a series of articles commenting on the financial crisis. Explanations of the main causes of the financial crisis are provided along with descriptions of the operations and... More > processes of the institutions involved. Critiques of the actions implemented by governments and central banks are included along with alternative solutions, which may provide remedies and new insights to the difficulties seen in the financial sector in recent years. There is no favoured political stance though some articles may have left or right wing leanings. The booklet looks at the financial crisis purely from an economic perspective, with an agenda of promoting ideas intended to create progress. As the booklet is the first volume of articles putting forward the progressive Morganist school of economic thought, the emphasis of the content is to provide new discussions and develop original approaches to economic and financial policy.< Less
EUCLID Supplemental Textbook: Economics - Alternative Perspectives, Antal Fekete By EUCLID // John Jay School of Business and Economics
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A EUCLID Supplemental Textbook which offers alternative approaches to economics and monetary theories. This textbook is a compilation of papers by Prof. Antal Fekete.
Are Economic Sanctions a Humane Alternative to War, or are they Simply another Tool of Coercion? By Farrukh Khan
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Sanctions have been in use since time immemorial for shaping interstate relations between nations and to coerce weaker nations into submission. However, since the end of the Cold War, the use of... More > sanctions as a tool for statecraft has seen a dramatic increase as developed nations have tried to avoid costly military confrontations. The most prolific and efficient use of sanctions was witnessed during the Gulf Crisis, when attempts were made to weaken the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein prior to a military confrontation. This brief essay presents a discussion about whether sanctions are a humane alternative to war or simply another tool for coercion in statecraft.< Less
Are Economic Sanctions a Humane Alternative to War, or are they Simply another Tool of Coercion? By Farrukh Khan
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Sanctions have been in use since time immemorial for shaping interstate relations between nations and to coerce weaker nations into submission. However, since the end of the Cold War, the use of... More > sanctions as a tool for statecraft has seen a dramatic increase as developed nations have tried to avoid costly military confrontations. The most prolific and efficient use of sanctions was witnessed during the Gulf Crisis, when attempts were made to weaken the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein prior to a military confrontation. This brief essay presents a discussion about whether sanctions are a humane alternative to war or simply another tool for coercion in statecraft.< Less
The Conquest of Bread: A Critique of Capitalism and Feudalist Economics, with Collectivist Anarchism Presented as an Alternative By Peter Kropotkin
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The Conquest of Bread is Peter Kropotkin's famous critique of capitalism, wherein he excoriates that system in favor of anarcho-communism; a form of government he believed could ensure fairness for... More > all. Kropotkin had an alternate vision of the way society, work, and population should be organized - in The Conquest of Bread, he interweaves his plans for a social revolution with critiques of the prevailing orthodoxy. We receive outlines of how his propositions will eliminate poverty and scarcity - conditions Kropotkin believed were artificially enforced in order to maintain control upon the working populace. As a philosopher and scientist, Peter Kropotkin abhorred the manner in which abject poverty characterized industrialized society. He also held a great resentment for centralized authority of government and the owners of capital, which he felt acted in concert to undermine the majority of humanity.< Less
Introduction to Build Alternative By Gian Singh
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Twenty first century dawned with a search for viable alternative to what we are going through. An attempt is called for.
The Governance of Globalisation: Is it Time for an Alternative Approach? By Farrukh Khan
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The world today is a much smaller place as compared to the world of the past because of advances in transportation and telecommunications technologies. In an era of instant communications, the world... More > as we know it changes rapidly and often no one is in charge. The ability to trade globally and transfer capital anywhere has radically transformed the way in which the world works. Those who support globalisation insist that although many legitimate concerns do exist, they should not be permitted to hinder the free flow of goods and capital around the world. It is claimed that trade between nations will prevent war and ultimately result in greater global prosperity. However, the opponents of globalisation argue that along with free trade, the concerns associated with disparity of wealth, protection for the environment and issues related to the dignity as well as security of labour should also be addressed.< Less

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