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The handbook of diverse economies / edited by J.K. Gibson-Graham, Kelly Dombroski
Cheltenham ; Northampton : Edward Elgar Publishing
xix, 546 pages
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1. Introduction to the handbook of diverse economies : inventory as ethical intervention / J.K. Gibson-Graham and Kelly Dombroski -- Part I: Enterprise -- 2. Framing essay: the diversity of enterprise / Jenny Cameron -- 3. Worker cooperatives / Maliha Safri -- 4. Self-managed enterprise: worker-recuperated cooperatives in Argentina and Latin America / Ana Inés Heras and Marcelo Vieta -- 5. Community enterprise: diverse designs for community-owned energy infrastructure / Jarra Hicks -- 6. Eco-social enterprises: ethical business in a post-socialist context / Nadia Johanisova, Lucie Sovová and Eva Fraňková -- 7. Enterprising new worlds: social enterprise and the value of repair / Isaac Lyne and Anisah Madden -- 8. Anti-mafia enterprise: Italian strategies to counter violent economies / Christina Jerne -- 9. State and community enterprise: negotiating water management in rural Ireland / Patrick Bresnihan and Arielle Hesse -- 10. independent and small businesses: diversity amongst the 99 per cent of businesses / Peter North -- 11. Homo economicus and the capitalist corporation: decentring authority and ownership / Jayme Walenta -- Part II: Labour -- 12. Framing essay: the diversity of labour / Katharine McKinnon -- 13. Precarious labour: Russia's 'other' transition / Marianna Pavlovskaya -- 14. The persistence of informal and unpaid labour: evidence from UK households / Colin C. Williams and Richard J. White -- 15. Paid and unpaid labour: feminist economic activism in a diverse economy / Megan Clement-Couzner -- 16. Caring labour: redistributing care work / Kelly Dombroski -- 17. Non-human 'labour': the work of earth others / Elizabeth Barron and Jaqueline Hess -- 18. Collectively performed reciprocal labour: reading for possibility / Katherine Gibson -- 19. Informal mining labour: economic plurality and household survival strategies / Pryor Placino -- 20. Migrant women's labour: sustaining livelihoods through diverse economic practices in Accra, Ghana / Chizu Sato and Theresa Tufuor -- Part III: Transactions -- 21. Framing essay: the diversity of transactions / Gradon Diprose -- 22. Gleaning: transactions at the nexus of food, commons and waste / Oona Morrow -- 23. Direct producer-consumer transactions: community supported agriculture and its offshoots / Ted White -- 24. Direct food provisioning: collective food procurement / Cristina Grasseni -- 25. Alternative currencies: diverse experiments / Peter North -- 26. Transacting services through time banking: renegotiating equality and reshaping work / Gradon Diprose -- 27. Fair trade: market-based ethical encounters and the messy entanglements of living well / Lindsay Naylor -- 28. Social procurement: generating social good through market transactions, directly and indirectly / Joanne McNeill -- 29. Sharing cities: new urban imaginaries for diverse economies / Darren Sharp -- Part IV: Property -- 30. Framing essay: the diversity of property / Kevin St. Martin -- 31. Commoning property in the city: the ongoing work of making and remaking / Anna Kruzynski -- 32. Community land trusts: embracing the relationality of property / Louise Crabtree -- 33. Urban land markets in Africa: multiplying possibilities via a diverse economy reading / Colin Marx -- 34. A slow food commons: cultivating conviviality across a range of property forms / Melissa Kennedy -- 35. Free universities as academic commons / Esra Erdem -- 36. Diverse legalities: pluralism and instrumentalism / Bronwen Morgan and Declan Kuch -- Part V: Finance -- 37. Framing essay: the diversity of finance / Maliha Safri and Yahya M. Madra -- 38. Islamic finance: diversity within difference / Gemma Bone Dodds and Jane Pollard -- 39. Rotating savings and credit associations: mutual aid financing / Caroline Shenaz Hossein -- 40. Indigenous finance: treaty settlement finance in Aotearoa, New Zealand / Maria Bargh -- 41. Community finance: marshalling investments for community-owned renewable energy enterprises / Jarra Hicks -- 42. Hacking finance: experiments with algorithmic activism / Tuomo Alhojärvi -- Part VI: Subjectivity -- 43. Framing essay: subjectivity in a diverse economy / Stephen Healy, Ceren Özselçuk and Yahya M. Madra -- 44. More-than-human agency: from the human economy to ecological livelihoods / Ethan Miller -- 45. On power and the uses of genealogy for building community economies / Nate Gabriel and Eric Sarmiento -- 46. Techniques for shifting economic subjectivity: promoting an assets-based stance with artists and artisans / Abby Templer Rodrigues -- 47. Affect and subjectivity: learning to be affected in diverse economies scholarship / Gerda Roelvink -- 48. Diverse subjectivities, sexualities and economies: challenging hetero and homonormativity / Gavin Brown -- 49. Journeys of postdevelopment subjectivity transformation: a shared narrative of scholars from the majority world / Anmeng Liu, S.M. Waliuzzaman, Huong Thi Do, Ririn Haryani and Sonam Pem -- Part VII: Methodology -- 50. Framing essay: diverse economies methodology / Gerda Roelvink -- 51. Translating diverse economies in the anglocene / Tuomo Alhojärvi and Pieta Hyvärinen -- 52. Reading for economic difference / J.K. Gibson-Graham -- 53. Field methods for assemblage analysis: tracing relations between difference and dominance / Eric Sarmiento -- 54. Visualizing and analysing diverse economies with GIS: a resource for performative research / Luke Drake -- 55. Working with indigenous methodologies: Kaupapa Māori meets diverse economies / Joanne Waitoa and Kelly Dombroski -- 56. Action research for diverse economies / Jenny Cameron and Katherine Gibson -- 57. Focusing on assets: action research for an inclusive and diverse workplace / Leo Hwang -- 58. How to reclaim the economy using artistic means: the case of company drinks / Kathrin Böhm and Kuba Szreder -- Index
"Theorising and illustrating diverse, more-than-capitalist economies, this broad-ranging Handbook presents ways in which it is possible to imagine and enact other ways of being. It gathers together empirical examples of diverse economic practices and experiments from across the world, framed by in-depth discussions of key theoretical concepts. Organised into thematic sections, the Handbook moves from looking at diverse forms of enterprise, to labour, transactions, property, and finance as well as decentred subjectivity and diverse economies methodology. Chapters present a wide diversity of economic practices that make up contemporary economies, many of which are ignored or devalued by mainstream economic theory. Pushing the boundaries of economic thinking to include more than human labour and human/non-human interdependence, it highlights the challenges of enacting ethical economies in the face of dominant ways of thinking and being. Economic geography, political economy and development studies scholars will greatly appreciate the empirical examples of diverse economic practices blended with theory throughout the Handbook. It will also benefit policy-makers and practitioners working within diverse economies, or looking to create more ethical ways of living"--
Includes bibliographical references and index
9781788119955 (cased) (ISBN)
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