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The Ragged University project views economics in sustainable, equitable and local terms. In part it is about exploring what this means and identifying a humanised perspective of people in the ordinary business of everyday life:

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    Corporate MOTing: Hints and Tips on Interpreting Business Reportage Part Three: SWOTS, PESTS, and CSR by Doreen Soutar
    26th August 2016
    Economics
    So welcome to part three. A quick recap on the first two parts: if...
  • Pay inequality
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    Pay Multiples: Policies on the Relationship Between Top Pay and that of the Rest by Benjamin Irvine
    11th October 2014
    Economics
    Despite the requirement in the guidance notes for Local Authority Pay Policy Statements to...
  • The Chocolate Tree
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    Independent Business: An Interview With Ali Gower Owner Of The Chocolate Tree
    6th November 2013
    Economics, Ragged Podcasts
    This is an interview with Ali Gower exploring various aspects of The Chocolate Tree...
  • Income Inequality
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    The Environmental and Social Costs of Inequality by Benjamin Irvine
    31st August 2014
    Economics, Poverty
    In the 10 years to 2008 the top 20% of earners in the North...
  • welsh economic regeneration
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    Understanding How to Support a Local Economy
    30th August 2012
    Economics
    These notes are summarised from the Key Findings of the Economic Scrutiny Committee Short...
  • Class division
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    Class, Opportunity and the Lesser Minds Problem; A Ragged University Response
    30th October 2018
    Economics, Education, Poverty, Sociology
    What follows is an annotated and extended version of a paper which was accepted...

 

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