Presentation of the Programme

The economics of the post-war boom, which found social balance in economic growth, are now impossible for environmental reasons.

It has become vital to develop a new macroeconomic model, as well as to develop new microeconomic stakeholders, and a new balance between work, production and consumption that respects the planet’s biophysical limits and promotes a quality-oriented organisation of labour.

Sub-Programmes and Partners Supported

1. Reforming Socio-Economic Thought. Macroeconomic Approaches

2. SSE, Local Currencies, Commons, Resources – Microeconomic Approaches

3. Other Ways of Working and Consuming