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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:

  • phil-green-no-tax
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    Podcast: Richard Murphy, Taxation, Secrecy Jurisdictions and the Joy of Tax by Alex Dunedin
    24th November 2016
    Citizen Journalism, Economics
    This article is a response to the presentation given by Richard Murphy on his...
  • stockmarket
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    A Short History of the Stockmarket
    14th February 2014
    Eclectic Articles, Economics
    The stock exchange (aka stockmarket) is “A physical and electronic market in which government...
  • 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...
  • Stock market
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    The Banking Game: Literature Review Part Two by Doreen Soutar
    18th August 2014
    Economics
    The Banking Game: Analysis of the extinction of the bank as trusted institution and...
  • Joseph Stiglitz
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    Joseph Stiglitz Talks About Creating A Learning Society
    14th September 2014
    Economics, Poverty
    Joseph Stiglitz talks about the latest in his long line of books exploring economic...
  • Waste Hierarchy
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    Podcast: International Waste Management; Crises and Opportunities by David Brown
    2nd May 2015
    Economics, Ragged Podcasts, Sustainability
    Here David Brown, Waste Development David Officer for Derbyshire County Council, gives a talk...

 

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