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Doughnut Economics : Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist, Paperback / softback Book

Doughnut Economics : Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


Discover the bestselling book that reveals how mainstream economics has led us astray - and what we can do to fix it, now with a new afterword. *The Sunday Times Bestseller**A Financial Times and Forbes Book of the Year**Longlisted for the FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award*Relentless financial crises.

Extreme inequalities in wealth. Remorseless pressure on the environment. Anyone can see that our economic system is broken. But can it be fixed?Oxford academic Kate Raworth has identified seven critical ways in which mainstream economics has led us astray - from selling us the myth of 'rational economic man' to obsessing over growth at all costs - and offers an alternative roadmap for bringing humanity into a sweet spot that meets the needs of all, within the means of the planet. Ambitious, radical and provocative, Doughnut Economics offers a new cutting-edge economic model fit for the challenges of the 21st century. Praise for Doughnut Economics:'Raworth's magnum opus . . . Fascinating.' Books of the Year, Forbes'At last – an economic model that won't destroy the planet . . . the John Maynard Keynes of the 21st century.' Guardian'This is sharp, significant scholarship . . . Thrilling.' Times Higher Education'A book you will need to know about . . . If only 10% of the ideas get implemented, the world will be a much better place.' Dr Duncan Green, Professor in Practice in International Development at LSE'[Raworth's] biggest question . . . is one that terrifies all mainstream economists: is 'growth' endless?' Andrew Marr, Spectator'A compelling and timely intervention.' The Ecologist


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