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Sustainability of the non material resources in the society. Provocation for the margins of economy.
Peter ACS, Csilla FILO, Zoltan WILHELM

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  • 1. INTI Conference Huelva 2013 21st-22nd November Social Innovation and new ways of governance for the socioecological transition Sustainability of the non material resources in the society. Provocation for the margins of economy. Peter ACS; Csilla FILO; Zoltan WILHELM 2013.11 Huelva (Spain)
  • 2. Agenda • Exposition of the area – What are the base questions the activity are related with it. • Soctira Research Institution – Institutional answer for the needs • Project preparation – Call FP7-INFRASTRUCTURES-2013-2
  • 3. Exposition of the area • The sentence „the economic growth creates base conditions, and allowing sustainability and wellbeing” is a problematic sentence. – The problem is not about what does in means, the problem is what remains hidden by. It is less than half of the truth. 1. Economic position does not entail wellbeing in society level at all. 2. Better economic growth in presupposing equal material conditions, always based on human potential, creativity and well-being principles.
  • 4. Base problem • Samuelson leads hes famous foundative economic book* with the quote: „It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we can expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest” Adam Smith (1776) The Wealth of Nations Samuelson-Nordhaus (1998) Economics. Mcgraw-Hill, New York 16. Ed.
  • 5. Misunderstanding the notion of Interest • What does it means interest? To look at it a little closer: What does it mean reala assets: „This capacity is a function of the real assets of the economy: the land, buildings, machines, and knowledge that can be used to produce goods and services.” Bodie-Kane-Marcus (2009) Investments. McGraw-Hill, New York (Ch. 1.1) 8. Ed. The drive (motivation), the social resource is missing from the list.
  • 6. Misunderstanding the notion of Interest • Interest is basically what the people want (mostly cultural) or really need (mostly psychological) for their happiness and well being. What they need is researched many times: – Positive filings, Absence of negative filings, Self-esteem, Optimism, Resilience, Competence, Autonomy, Engagement, Meaning and purpose, Supportive relationship, Trust and belonging – Mental capital of well-being: Foresight Annual Review 2008 p. 13 • These are the resources we also has to keep sustainable. This is the mission of Intelligent Europe,
  • 7. SOCTIRA mission To keep sustainable the non material resources: Positive filings, Absence of negative filings, Self-esteem, Optimism, Resilience, Competence, Autonomy, Engagement, Meaning and purpose, Supportive relationship, Trust and belonging. • To put spotlight on these resources, and best practices saving and developing them is the mission of SOCTIRA • This is the mission of Territorial Intelligente
  • 8. • SOCTIRA is a nonprofit research organization founded in 2011. • SOCTIRA means: Society Communication and Technology Institute for Research and Action.
  • 9. Call FP7- INFRASTRUCTURES-2013-2 Strategic prioritisation: • Across the work programme there has been a strong focus on priority areas having a high European addedvalue, including support to other EU policies, and a high potential impact. • Support to standardisation (e.g. Support for the Coherent Development of Research Policies and Science in Society) • EU research policy to develop an open and competitive European Research Area(ERA), which is a core element in the research and innovation agenda of the Commission, as defined in the Innovation Union flagship.
  • 10. Participants: Participant no. Participant organisation name * 1 (Coordinator) SOCTIRA Nonprofit Ltd Country 2 Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences Finland 3 Universidad Huelva Spain 4 Université de Franhe - Comté France 5 Université de Liège Belgium 6 Poznan University of Economics Poland Hungary
  • 11. Proposal: Proposition How? Why? What?
  • 12. Call FP7- INFRASTRUCTURES-2013-2
  • 13. Thank You!