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Doughnut Economics
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Doughnut Economics
Doughnut Economics
Doughnut Economics
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Doughnut Economics
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Doughnut Economics

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A presentation held by Kate Raworth at the Green Economy Workshop in Stockholm 10-11/2 2014.

A presentation held by Kate Raworth at the Green Economy Workshop in Stockholm 10-11/2 2014.

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  • 1. Doughnut Economics Kate Raworth Senior Visiting Research Associate Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford www.kateraworth.com @KateRaworth
  • 2. Raworth (2012) based on Rockström et al (2009)
  • 3. Occupy Harvard, November 2011 “Dear Professor Mankiw— Today, we are walking out of your class, Economics 10, in order to express our discontent with the bias inherent in this introductory economics course…” Rethinking Economics, Birkbeck / LSE June 2013 “We are thirsty for new ways of thinking. The economics we have been studying does not fit the economy we are living in…We deserve new explanations and new responses to the economic, environmental and social crises evolving on our planet.“ Post Crash Economics Society, Manchester, Oct 2013 “The world has changed, the syllabus hasn't – is it time to do something about it?”
  • 4. Scale Speed Networks Thresholds Feedbacks
  • 5. The idea of progress “Humanity can affect the functioning of its own life supports systems. There are tipping points we are pushing on. How does this change our definition of progress?" - Katherine Richardson Metaphors We Live By, Lakoff and Johnson (1980)

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