Economics & Technologies: Visual & Audio

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  1. A business based on the dung of rescued indigenous cows. She sells cow dung products but not milk to save native cows of India (checked on 9 Sep. 2020)
  2. Revaluation of Nature – a SynTalk on this suject – an audio-discussion using concepts from economics (Prof. A. K. Enamul Haque, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh), conservation studies (Dr. Ullas Karanth, Wildlife Conservation Society, Bangalore), & philosophy and economics (Dr. Aseem Shrivastava, New Delhi); hosted and moderated by Rajat. (checked on 2 Feb. 2017)

  3. Knowledge Swaraj and Responsible Research and Innovation – renegotiating the social contract between Science, Technology and Society by Professor Wiebe E. Bijker (Maastricht University, The Netherlands, and Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway) – distinguished lecture at the University of Hyderabad. (checked on 10 Oct. 2017)

  4. Going Local: the solution-multiplier – A brief animated introduction to localization. (checked on 2 Feb. 2017)

  5. World Consumption Cartogram by (checked on 2 Jul. 2019)

  6. Dharani FAM Cooperative – K. Murugesan of Dharani FaM Cooperative, C.K.Palli, AP, on Organic millet marketing value chain delivering Good, fair, and clean food. . Presentation at Conf. “Revitalising Agrarian Economy and livelihoods. 18th March 2016 (checked on 22 Mar. 2017)

  7. On the Journey of Just Change at Vikalp Sangam II  – Stan Thekeakara gives a detailed account of the development of Just Change, the circumstances under which they moved from an activist role to that of entrepreneurship. However the important issue was that their entrepreneurship was guided by a certain sense of social relationships that adivasis hold dear. (checked on 22 Mar. 2017)

  8. Radical Ecological Democracy: Alternatives to Unsustainability and Inequality (keynote presentation at the 5th International Degrowth Conference, Budapest, 2 Sept 2016) (checked on 27 Jan. 2017)

  9. 4-part interview with Enric Duran of FairCoop and FairCoin, by Ashish Kothari, on his civil disobedience actions in Spain a decade back, his attempts at setting up alternative community-based economic tools since then, and his now-nomadic life. Location: Santarcangelo (Italy), on sidelines of the performing arts festival there, 7-8.7.2017. Part 1, 2, 3 and 4. Transcription of the interviews. (checked on 19 July 2017)

  10. Joel Morist I Botines of Cooperativa Integral Catalana (CIC), Barcelona, explains the work of the Cooperativa Integral Catalana in creating alternative economic and political spaces, and his own journey to reach what he says is now a state of ‘sober ecstasy’!  In 4 parts: part 1, 2, 3 and 4 (checked on 29 July 2017)

  11. बार्टर इज बेटर – वैद्य सुविनय दामले हे कुडाळ येथे वैद्यकीय व्यवसाय करतात. जे रुग्ण त्यांना फीचे पैसे देऊ शकत नाहीत, त्यांच्याकडे उपलब्ध अतिरिक्त वस्तू ते फीच्या ऐवजी स्वीकारतात. त्यांचे याबाबत अनुभव व विचार यांवर बार्टर इज बेटर (मराठी) ही चित्रफीत. याच विषयावर इंग्रजीतून लेख A pumpkin for the doctor. Ayurvedic practitioner Suvinay Damle encouraged poor villagers, who came to him for treatment and medicines, to pay in kind if money was a problem. About 10 percent of his practice still involves such barter. Watch a talk Barter is Better (in Marathi) by this practitioner. Read a story A pumpkin for the doctor on this subject.
  12. ओळख अर्थशास्त्राची – नोट-बंदीच्या संदर्भात पुण्याच्या सावित्रीबाई फुले विद्यापीठाच्या अर्थशास्त्र विभागाच्या प्रोफेसर रोहिणी साहनी यांनी प्रस्तुत केलेली माहिती. (checked on 25 Jan. 2017)

  13. A chat with Diego Isabel La Moneda of the Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WE-All), a growing group of people and organizations around the world focused on co-creating a new economic system. The goal of WE-All is to bring businesses, NGOs, policymakers, faith-based groups, academics and citizens all together into a coherent global new economy movement, with a vision for change and a set of strategies for how to achieve it. (checked on 28 Sep. 2018)

  14. Time banking is a process in which people offer to share their skills and resources with each other without charging money for them. Ruby van der Wekken, an activist with a Dutch-Indian family background, having worked in an environmental foundation and on development aid, based in Helsinki, talks of such an initiative in Helsinki, Finland. (checked on 8 Sep. 2018)
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