There’s no such thing as the ‘free market’ – excerpt from Doughnut Economics | Kate Raworth on Twitter

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“Next time someone sings the virtues of the ‘free market’, remind them that there’s no such thing. All markets are embedded, in ways that determine who gains the benefits and who bears the costs and risks.”

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Watch “”Planetary health: does our planet have boundaries?” with Prof Yadvinder Malhi and Kate Raworth” on YouTube

Oxford Martin School Streamed live on May 2, 2018 There is mounting evidence that the planet’s capacity to sustain a growing human population, expected to be over 8 billion by 2030, is declining. The degradation of the planet’s air, water and land, combined with significant loss in biodiversity, is also resulting in substantial health impacts,… Read More

From Pathogenic Human Interferences to Anthropogens to Allostatic Overloads to Doughnut Economics to the Cancer Stage of Capitalism

On October 3, 2015, I gave the Keynote Address at Operation Rescue’s Inaugural fundraiser entitled “The Secret to a Healthy Nation.” Present at that function was the Attorney General who encouraged me to write a paper expounding on the subject matter which I did within two weeks. (Please see: The Secret to a Healthy Nation – in-depth… Read More

“What is Economics?” by Kate Raworth

Published on Nov 12, 2013 Here’s an introduction to economics that you won’t get in class (or in the textbooks). The first of three videos, each 10 minutes long. Published on Nov 18, 2013 Why the discipline of economics depends on your world view. It’s a whirlwind tour through different approaches to economic thinking, so… Read More