Today’s economic model no longer suits our needs. It’s time we start realising that the economy is not an inevitable law of nature, but something we create ourselves. To get a grip on this subject, we need to explore it more thoroughly and stretch our thoughts about economy and society. What kind of economic thinking fits our 21st century society? Can we find alternative systems that are not based on permanent growth?
With articles from biologists, artists, hackers and designers, this publication offers new insights and inspiration for rethinking and reshaping our economy. Let this be a starting point for dialogues that step out of our existing frame of thought, enabling many ideas to ourish and co-exist in the future.
With contributions from Josef Bares, Daniel de Bruin, Dan E. Burr, Paolo Cirio, Meredith Degyansky, Michael Goodwin, Monique Grimord, Ilan Katin, Thomas Kern, Nicholas McGuigan, Jennifer Lyn Morone, Mark van der Net, Brett Scott, Timothy Smith, UBERMORGEN, Pablo Velasco, Lenara Verle and including the latest article from evolutionairy biologist Geerat Vermeij.