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The Living Economy covers a variety of topics from agricultural methods and policy to health and world trade reform. Contributors come from a wide diversity of countries and continents including the USA, Europe, Africa, and the Far East. Each section is worth reading in its own right, for itself and, indeed, by itself. It is a book to be browsed through, reflected upon and enjoyed at one’s leisure. Together the contributions form a rich tapestry of insights and inspirations. They are in no way a simple repetition of Schumacher’s thoughts.
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Living Economy: New Economics in the Making. Ekins, Paul Whitfield was born on July 24, 1950 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Arrived in England, 1957. 09460/?tag prabook0b-20. The Living Economy a New Economics in the Making. Son of John Robert and Lydia Mary (Daukes). Bachelor of Science in English, Imperial College School and Technology, 1971. Master of Science in Economics, Birkbeck College, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Birkbeck College, 1996. General secretary Green Party, 1979-1982.
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He is a former member of the Green Party
He is a former member of the Green Party. Ekins was a prominent member of the UK Green Party (now the Green Party of England and Wales) in the 1970s and 80s. He left in 1986 after controversy over reforms he and others were promoting to streamline Green Party structures
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Authors and affiliations. Part of the Economy & Environment book series (ECEN, volume 13). Abstract. This paper seeks to answer the question: does the achievement of environmental sustainability necessarily mean a reduction in rates of economic growth? If not, under what conditions can the two objectives be met simultaneously? Keywords. 1986 The Living Economy: a New Economics in the Making, Routledge Kegan Paul, London, 242–256. Jacobs, M. (1991) The Green Economy, Pluto Press, London. Lecomber, R. (1975) Economic Growth versus the Environment.