Economics Learning Resources

New Economics Foundations short series on the history of Neoliberalism. Tim Jacksons Prosperity Without Growth & Kate Radorths lecture introducing her book Doughnut Economics. David Bollier’s very accessible book Think like a Commoner introducing the history and principles of commoning followed by Elinor Ostroms The Future of the Commons. Beth Stratford talk on the housing market.

Multi-stakeholder Co-op workshop

Held by Stir magazine and facilitated by Bristol’s own Kate Whittle this workshop was a participatory process for exploring how to balance different stake holder interests along co-operative value lines and explore the benefits and obstacles faced by existing MSH co-ops. Kate emphasised that like all co-operative models, co-operative skills are the most essential element of organising in […]