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Title: Navigating Systems Transition (Short version)
Authors: Lewis, Mike
Keywords: social economy
Issue Date: 22-Mar-2017
Abstract: Revealing the contours of the next system, conceptually and practically, the following examples fall under the banner of “cooperative economic democracy.” Rooted in territories, and operating at multiple levels, cooperative economic initiatives represent both means and ends. Their influence in ushering in the next system, however, will depend on binding diverse actors together to support federated strategies that force broader system changes.
Description: Abridged version; focus on role of social economy and co-operatives
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2149/3554
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