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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:

  • Bull and Bear
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    The Production of Scarcity and Famine
    9th July 2014
    Eclectic Articles, Economics, Poverty
    We can all trade in the stocks, futures and derivatives markets these days by...
  • Gabriel Siles-Brugge
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    Podcast: Dr Gabriel Siles-Brugge talks about the background to TTIP
    18th April 2015
    Eclectic Articles, Economics
    Dr Gabriel Siles-Brugge, Lecturer in Politics at the University of Manchester, talks about the background...
  • ethnic food
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    Ethnocentrism and Country of Origin Effects: Ethnocentrism and Consumers by Doreen Soutar
    16th July 2014
    Economics, Poverty
    This literature review is divided into three main sections: This section looks at The...
  • Intellectual property
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    Intellectual Property: History, Public Domain and Ideas by Alex Dunedin
    14th September 2015
    Economics, Poverty
    The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) refers to the 'products of the mind: inventions,...
  • Country of Origin Effects
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    Ethnocentricism and Country of Origin Effects: Literature Review by Doreen Soutar
    11th June 2014
    Economics
    The literature review is divided into three main sections: the first section looks at...
  • Slow Food Eleanor Cunningham
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    Sustainable Business: Interview With Eleanor Cunningham Owner of Edinburgh Larder
    26th April 2015
    Economics, Sustainability
    This is an interview with Eleanor Cunningham who opened the Edinburgh Larder in 2009....

 

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