Jointly hosted with the Alternative Organisations and Transformative Practices Research Cluster, this seminar brings together two cutting edge thinkers on the link between sustainability transformation and alternative forms of economic organisation, Prof Peter North and Prof Maria Daskalaki.
In this seminar, CUSP researcher Sarah Hafner will be presenting some of the findings from her CUSP project, using empirically-calibrated, ecological macroeconomic system dynamics modelling to explore sustainable prosperity in light of the low carbon transition.
In their book ‘The Economics of Arrival: ideas for a grown up economy’, Dr Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams suggest that growth leads to a point of ‘arrival’, where the work of growth is done and its continued pursuit brings mounting harm. New priorities emerge—a shift from acquiring more to making ourselves at home with what we already have. Join the authors for a short presentation, followed by a discussion on the legitimacy of growth with Tim Jackson and Irene Guijt.
This conference aims to explore from a multidisciplinary perspective the role of risk and uncertainty in the Anthropocene. It invites papers that explore the specific logics, strategies, forms of knowledge and technologies that different actors are, or should be, using to approach risk and uncertainty.
Fergus Lyon leading a conference stream at the 2019 International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC) in Glasgow. The conference organisers invite abstracts for papers and panel proposals—closing date for submissions: 28 Feb 2019.
Rethinking Economic Policy in the EU | 2018 Post-Growth Conference w Tim Jackson, Brussels 18-20 Sept 2018
Please note that any views and opinions expressed in the seminars are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of CUSP, its partner institutions or the ESRC.